Orion Twp. ranks as 79th ‘safest city’ in the nation

“We are extremely proud of our recognition as one of the safest communities in the entire nation! We have a phenomenal team and an amazing proactive approach. We’re grateful for our partnership with the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office.” — Orion Twp. Supervisor Chris Barnett By Jim Newell Review Editor Orion Township is one of the […]

World Championship Bound!

World Championship Bound!

Lake Orion High School Robotics Team 302 won the Miami Valley Regional robotics tournament on March 9. The win puts the Dragons into the FIRST Robotics World Championship in Detroit in April. Photo courtesy of Bonnie Witcpalek, Team 302. By Jim Newell Review Editor It’s Destination: World Championship for Lake Orion High School Robotics Team […]

DIA Inside/Out comes to downtown Lake Orion

The Lake Orion Downtown Development Authority is announced that they will be hosting the Detroit Institute of Arts Inside/Out art installation. From April 15 – July 15, visitors and residents will be able to stroll throughout Downtown Lake Orion and view weatherproof reproductions of some of the DIA’s original collections. There will be between 11 […]

Characters galore, and much more, during Storybook Tour

Lake Orion United Methodist Church celebrates “March is Reading Month” with Storybook Tour 2019, a live-action reading and reenactment of children’s stories. Guests will tour several rooms at the church, with costumed-characters reading favorite children’s stories to guests, who are invited to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ wit and wisdom. The event coincides with Dr. Seuss’ birthday, […]

Vrrroom! Cub Scouts in Pack 512 zoom toward the finish line during annual Pinewood Derby race on Saturday

Vrrroom! Cub Scouts in Pack 512 zoom toward the finish line during annual Pinewood Derby race on Saturday

By Jim Newell Review Editor Cub Scouts in Pack 512 from Carpenter Elementary had their sights set on the checkered flag during the pack’s annual Pinewood Derby race on Saturday at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. Cubmaster Diane Youngpeter said there are 46 kids, boys and girls, from kindergarten – 5th grade in Pack 512 this […]

Public Safety

The OCSO Orion Twp. substation responded to 372 calls from March 4-10, 2019  • Felony Arrests: 0 • Misdemeanor Arrests: 1 • Accidents: 14 Wheels go ‘round and ‘round – then go missing from pickup truck Deputies responded to the 300 block of Hi Hill Drive at 9:25 a.m. March 4 for a larceny report. […]

Spiritual, not religious, thoughts…By Linda La Croix

A couple years ago I read an Associated Press article which stated many people consider themselves spiritual, not religious. Spiritual, because they believe there is a “Higher Power,” that created our universe. And, spiritual because they do not believe you can limit the connection with that power. In other words, connecting to our Higher Power […]

Orion Area Youth Assistance seeks nominations

The Orion Area Youth Assistance (OAYA) seeks nominations for their 26th annual Youth Recognition Awards Ceremony. The awards ceremony begins at 6 p.m. May 16 in the Lake Orion High School Performing Arts Center. All nominations must be received by March 22. Those nominated for the Community Service Award will have a passion for volunteering […]