Summer sizzles at Orion Center Grand Re-Opening

Summer sizzles at Orion Center Grand Re-Opening

The Orion Center officially re-opened its doors in a grand re-opening last week. The center, which had been closed since a flood in February, houses Orion Township’s Community Programs Department, offers a variety of recreational and senior events, and is also available for rentals. Several of these services had to be postponed, cancelled or relocated […]

EDITORIAL: Vote ‘Yes’ on the sinking fund

Whether or not you have kids in schools, the one thing that touches everybody in the Lake Orion community is the Lake Orion Community Schools district. On Tuesday, August 2, they are asking area voters to pass a two-mill millage for a “Sinking” fund. The Lake Orion Review urges voters to support this request. As […]

Election Day finally on verge, mark your calendars

Election Day finally on verge, mark your calendars

By Brian Marshall Review Editor Finally, election day is here. Well almost. The primary elections in Orion Township are Aug. 2 with much on the line. Some examples: Orion Township police and fire departments are asking for millages to be passed. Both would run through 2019. The fire department indicates the money will continue to […]

Teacher concessions result in agreement: LOEA agrees to open contract, pay freezes to financially help district

By Brian Marshall Review Editor With the upcoming school year just around the corner, the Lake Orion School District and its teachers agreed on a “letter of agreement,” which consists of teachers accepting various concessions. The agreement forged last week concluded three months of intense negotiations between the sides. The terms, according to Lake Orion […]

Nail polish bandits identified with help of social media

By Brian Marshall Review Editor A Utica man has been arrested and charged with stealing a large amount of nail polish bottles from the CVS store on Broadway in Lake Orion. According to Lake Orion Chief Jerry Narsh, Derek Michael-Herbert Hill, a 26-year-old resident of Utica, and a female accomplice stole about 180 bottles of […]

LOHS sophomore lands lead in Meadow Brook performance

LOHS sophomore lands lead in Meadow Brook performance

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer Rochester Hills based performance group, the Peanut Gallery Players, will present Shrek the Musical at Meadow Brook, and a Lake Orion sophomore will play the role of the large green ogre. Jason Donaven will grace the stage as Shrek along with 62 other cast members. The idea to do […]

American Heritage Girls camp features leadership, understanding

American Heritage Girls camp features leadership, understanding

By Cathy Kimmel-Srock Review Staff Writer Over 60 girls and 20 adults from southeast Michigan were at Camp Agawam last week, braving the heat, camping out and developing character and understanding through the American Heritage Girls camp. American Heritage Girls, according to their website, is a “national character development organization for young women that embraces […]

Group lukewarm to human rights resolution

By Brian Marshall Review Editor The Lake Orion Village Council made a decision on Monday that was a positive for the LGBT community, but perhaps not a home run. The Council announced a Human Right Resolution barring discrimination. The exact wording of the resolution will not be released until the Aug. 8 meeting. Lisa Goyette, […]

‘Anything Goes’ at Orion Art Center

‘Anything Goes’ at Orion Art Center

By Cathy Kimmel-Srock Review Staff Writer It’s called “Anything Goes” and that’s because it does at the Orion Art Center’s all-media art show. Whether you like watercolor, photography, sculpture or jewelry, the show, running now until August 28, offers that and more. Orion Art Center Executive Director Lorene Porter explains the benefits of having an […]

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