L.O.Palooza to benefit wheelchair accessible park

By Georgia Thelen Review Staff Writer The second annual L.O. Palooza is Sept. 10 from 12-9 p.m. at the Wildwood Amphitheater. The music festival features live entertainment and plenty of activities for kids, including a crafting area, potato sack races, a bounce house and pony rides. There is a petting zoo from 1-4 p.m. In […]

Recount confirms Reilly as Republican candidate in primary election

By C.J. Carnacchio Leader Editor All the votes have been recounted and while the numbers changed a bit on both sides, the outcome did not. John Reilly, of Oakland Township, is still the winner and Joe Kent, of Addison Township, is still the loser in the Republican primary race for the 46th District seat in […]

LOHS graduates among winners of world championship drum competition

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer Last month, 17 Lake Orion High School alumni competed in the highest level marching band competition in the world. One competed on a team that took first place, while four others took third place. Described as the Super Bowl for marching band, the Drum Corp International World Championship is […]

A good friendship is music to the ears

A good friendship is music to the ears

Duo has been combining musical talents to create songs for over two decades   “I have a notepad with me and it may be a line I’ve heard in a restaurant or bar… I jot that line down and I may not revisit it for several months. Usually a song comes from a single idea.” […]

Suspicious substances found at GM Plant

General Motors has sent suspicious substances for laboratory testing after employees discovered an unknown white powder in separate locations at the plant on Brown Road in Orion Township. “We received a report of an unknown substance (white powder) on the floor outside of Gate 6 at Orion Assembly last Monday, Aug. 29,” said Javier Guzman […]

Last Call — Beloved Local Restaurant Christie’s Closes

Last Call — Beloved Local Restaurant Christie’s Closes

  Christi’s Bar and Grill of Lake Orion saw its last patrons on August 31 for one final farewell evening. What originally started as The Orion House 42 years ago, quickly evolved into something greater and even more successful when Nick Christi took over as the sole owner in 2005. Although his efforts were not […]

Back to School Time!

Back to School Time!

Second-graders at Blanche Sims Elementary first day of school included all kids’ favorite subject — recess. Photo by Georgia Thelen

Community invited to create ‘Outside the Lines’ with public library

By Georgia Thelen Review Staff Writer The Orion Township Public Library will be bringing the worldwide library program Outside the Lines to life around the community for the second year in a row, from Sept.11-17. The Orion Library is one of four libraries in the state to take part in these events in 2016 and […]

Dragons bite Cougars for win

Dragons bite Cougars for win

By Joe St. Henry Lake Orion Review Contributor Senior running back Chris Wilson led Lake Orion’s second half surge past Stoney Creek Thursday, as the Dragons picked up their first win of the season, 30-10, over the Cougars. Tied 3-3 at halftime in a tight defensive battle, Lake Orion made adjustments on offense during the […]

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