LOHS Teens in Action promote positive choices over drugs and alcohol

By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer What would you choose instead of drugs and alcohol? That’s what some Lake Orion High School students asked while making a video in downtown Lake Orion for their Teens in Action group. LOHS Seniors Libby Cunningham, Brittney Tarkanyi and McKenna Carron and juniors Laura Hartman and Marc Hesse Jr. […]

Orion Township Board of Trustees Candidates

There are five candidates vying for four seats on the Orion Twp. Board of Trustees: Mike Flood, John Steimel, Brian Birney, Ron Sliwinski and Courtney Shafer. Shafer did not submit comments to the Lake Orion Review. Voters will vote for four candidates in the Trustee race. Michael Flood Jr (Mike) Family/Occupation: Wife, Lillian (married 47 […]

The LO Lions Club hosts annual Christmas charity auction Nov. 5

By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer It’s that time of year, with the yuletide season quickly approaching, and the Lake Orion Lions Club wants to make sure all Orion-area families enjoy the holidays. The Lions host their eighth annual “A Christmas for Everyone” charity auction this Saturday, benefitting the club’s Christmas Basket program. “The auction […]

Lake Orion Board of Education Candidates

This Tuesday residents will vote for Lake Orion Community Schools Board of Education members. There are five candidates running for four spots on the board. The candidates are: Scott Taylor Family/Occupation: I have been happily married to my wife, Jen for almost 13 years. We have 2 daughters, Natalee who is 11 and attends Oakview […]

Lake Orion’s football season ends with tough playoff loss to Romeo

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Writer Lake Orion’s return to the MHSAA football playoffs was short lived, with the Dragons falling to the Romeo Bulldogs in a hard-fought first round game last Friday, 14-3. Like much of the regular season, Lake Orion was haunted by turnovers, penalties and other mistakes against the defending state […]

Village roads could see major rehabs in future, council considers options

By Georgia Thelen Review Staff Writer Edward Zmich from Hubbell, Roth & Clark Inc. (HRC) presented the Village of Lake Orion councilmembers with their Roadway Assessment Management Plan (AMP) on Oct. 24 at the council meeting. HRC developed this AMP, which included a Pavement Condition Survey of all village owned roads, to provide a framework […]

‘Sensory rooms’ purpose intended to aid special needs students

LO schools had conducted investigation, worked with the parents to develop student plan By Georgia Thelen Review Staff Writer Recent allegations in the Lake Orion school district have left many residents wondering what emergency safety interventions and “cooler rooms” are and how they are used for special needs students in surrounding school districts. An emergency […]

Dutton Farms to host 4th Annual fashion show

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer Four years ago, Dutton Farm’s co-founder Jenny Brown attended a fashion show put on by Grace Centers of Hope benefiting women who were victims of violence. The women, who had graduated from the Grace Centers of Hope program, were the models in the show. She saw the opportunity to […]

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