Check out those rides!

Check out those rides!

Lake Orion residents Jake LeTendre and his dad, John, check out the specs on a 1970 Dodge Challenger RT 440 at Culver’s weekly car show. The Challenger, which belongs to Oxford resident Danny Balinski, was one of many cars displayed at that week’s show. Photo by Cathy Kimmel-Srock. Culver’s hosts its Weekly Classic Car Night […]

Going for the gold: Library hosts TP Olympics

Going for the gold: Library hosts TP Olympics

By Cathy Kimmel-Srock Review Staff Writer It’s an everyday item that serves an important and functional use, but last week it was instrumental in a whole lot of fun for participants at the Orion Township Public Library’s Toilet Paper Olympics. According to youth librarian Linda Pannuto, it was a fun event that incorporated math. Inspired […]

Police chase ends in deadly car crash: Driver arraigned on charges

Police chase ends in deadly car crash: Driver arraigned on charges

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer A 75-year-old Independence Township man was killed after his vehicle was struck by a motorist attempting to flee from Sheriffs deputies following a prescription fraud arrest on Thursday. Deputies responded to a report of prescription fraud at the CVS Pharmacy in the 3400 block of Baldwin Road around 7:45 […]

Human rights resolution adopted

By Brian Marshall Review Editor The LGBT community in the Orion Township area came away satisfied after the July 5 Township meeting. The group has been lobbying for a Human Rights ordinance making it illegal to discriminate against anyone, namely those in its group. The township board approved a resolution that forbids discrimination of any […]

No boredom allowed: OAC camps offer summer fun

No boredom allowed: OAC camps offer summer fun

By Cathy Kimmel-Srock Review Staff Writer If the summer boredom blues have hit for your kids, then the Orion Art Center is here to help. The center’s annual summer art camps and classes have kicked off and are a fun addition to summertime. This week, the art center is hosting their annual nature camp, taught […]

Not too late for inaugural golf outing

Not too late for inaugural golf outing

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer Next Monday, the Orion Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting its first fundraiser golf outing at Paint Creek Country Club. The outing runs from noon to 10:00 p.m. and tickets are $150 per golfer. That includes 18 holes of golf at Orion’s only public course, a buffet lunch, two-hour […]

‘Trail puncher’ still at large

By Brian Marshall Review Editor The Orion Township Substation continues looking for a man who allegedly punched a 14-year-old girl on the Paint Creek Trail. On July 8, Orion Township LT Daniel Toth stated, “I just checked with everyone and we have received no further tips. I still think he is local and will turn […]

Father wants stolen memorial to daughter returned

By C.J. Carnacchio Leader Editor A wooden monument created by a local chainsaw carver as a touching memorial for a father’s deceased daughter was stolen in broad daylight in Brandon Township July 6. A giant peace symbol (see below) honoring the late Taylor Beth Woityra was taken from the yard of her father Christopher Woityra, […]

Scouts take over Camp Agawam

Scouts take over Camp Agawam

While it wasn’t an active crime scene, there was plenty of CSI activity at Camp Agawam last week as local scouts visited for their day camp, CSI: Cub Scout Investigators. The three day long camp was open to Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts and Webelos, as well as their siblings that are of cub scout age. […]

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