Anita’s Kitchen to open this summer

Anita’s Kitchen to open this summer

Anita’s Kitchen Lebanese Cafe is located at 45 W. Flint St. in Downtown Lake Orion. If all goes well with remodeling, the restaurant will open in late June. Photo by Jim Newell. By Megan Kelley Review Writer As summer approaches, Lake Orion residents have much to look forward to. This year however, a new addition […]

Attorney General’s office to file lawsuit against Odd Job Disposal

By Jim Newell Review Editor and CJ Carnacchio Oxford Leader Editor The Michigan Attorney General’s office is investigating Odd Job Disposal, Inc. after three area residents submitted formal complaints against the embattled garbage hauler. “Two of the complaints alleged their contracted services weren’t rendered and the other is for failure to refund the consumer after […]

Wall of Excellence recognizes outstanding Dragon grads

Wall of Excellence recognizes outstanding Dragon grads

The second Wall of Excellence class, inducted last fall, featured (from left) innovator Bo Zhao broadcaster Greg Bowman, footwear designer Caroline Swierszczyk and Air Force commander James Ramirez. Photo by Jim Newell. By Jim Newell Review Editor An astronaut. An entrepreneur. An innovator. Is there a Lake Orion High School grad who’s gone above and […]

Public Safety – May 15, 2019

The OCSO Orion substation responded to 265 calls from May 6-12, 2019 • Felony Arrests: 1 • Misdemeanor Arrests: 3 • Accidents: 12 Construction workers put on defense Deputies were dispatched to the area of Baldwin and Judah roads at 9 a.m. May 6 for a truck pulling a trailer that, after driving all over […]

Hart, Kevin S.; 34, formerly of Lake Orion

Hart, Kevin S.; 34, formerly of Lake Orion

This is a sad time for the Hart family as we report the passing of our son, our loved one, Kevin Shaun Hart, on Monday, May 6, 2019. Our son Kevin passed away peacefully in his sleep. He was 34 years old. Kevin was born Dec. 4, 1984. He was a true believer in Heaven […]

CROP Walk raises funds to help fight hunger, intl. projects

CROP Walk raises funds to help fight hunger, intl. projects

On Sunday, May 5, 13 churches in Lake Orion and Oxford participated in the 37th annual Lake Orion/Oxford CROP Walk (Community Responding to Overcome Poverty) at Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church, led by coordinators Adam Mueller and Judy Bailey. Participating churches included Christ the Redeemer, Community of Christ, Echo Christian Fellowship, King of Kings Lutheran […]

Very one-sided

Very one-sided When it comes to pro-lifers, they always seem to put the blame on the women who are pregnant and seeking an abortion, but never a word on the men who get them pregnant and leave them. Why aren’t they protesting in front of the men’s homes like they do in front of clinics? […]

Dragon Sports – Week of May 15, 2019

Dragon Sports – Week of May 15, 2019

Captain and no. two Singles player Lauren Murray returns to a Dakota opponent. Photo by Megan Kelley. LO girls tennis goes on winning streak defeating Farmington and Avondale High Schools Lake Orion’s girls tennis team defeated Farmington High School 6-3 on the road on May 2. The ladies swept Avondale on May 8 9-0. Singles […]

Special Needs Prom is truly ‘A Night in Paradise’

Special Needs Prom is truly ‘A Night in Paradise’

Lake Orion United Methodist Church hosted “A Night in Paradise” on Friday, a prom for young adults 16 and older with special needs, It was an evening of food, music, games and other fun activities. Prior to the prom, there was a “Beauty Bar”, giving the young ladies who attended the opportunity to have their […]

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