VILLAGE OF LAKE ORION PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS The Village of Lake Orion Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a Public Hearing on Appeal No. A-16-07 at the Lake Orion Village Hall, 21 E. Church Street, Lake Orion, MI 48362, on Thursday, June 16, 2016 at 7:30 PM In the Council Chambers. […]


VILLAGE OF LAKE ORION PUBLIC NOTICE 2016 SWIMMING CLASSES – GREEN’S PARK Classes will be held for all swimming skill levels at Green’s Park in Lake Orion beginning Monday June 20, 2016. Registration begins Tuesday, May 10, 2016, at 9:00 a.m. at the Village of Lake Orion Offices, 21 East Church Street, Lake Orion, Michigan […]

Daniel M. Broderick, 64

Daniel M. Broderick; of Ball, Louisiana; and formerly of Lake Orion; age 64; passed away peacefully on Thursday, May 19, 2016. He was the son of “Dutch” and Pauline Broderick, both of whom preceded him in death. Dan is survived by his sisters Peggy (Rod Smith) Miller, Patti (Ron) Fern and Penny (Danial) Davies; and […]

Downtown demolition to begin this summer for Anita’s Kitchen

Downtown demolition to begin this  summer for Anita’s Kitchen

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor Kibbeh nyeh, made of freshly ground sirloin of lamb, cracked wheat, minced onions and spices, is served raw, and has been for generations. “The steak tartare of Lebanon!” as the Anita’s Kitchen menu describes it. Kibbeh nyeh is just one of the many recipes handed down from Jennifer Wegryzn’s parents, […]

Honor those who have served this Memorial Day

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor Lake Orion veterans and their comrades request the community’s attendance to many upcoming festivities at the Orion Veterans Memorial, including remembrances this Memorial Day. A 1 p.m. the commemoration will begin at Veteran’s Memorial. To honor the sacrifices of the United States military since 1776, members of the American Legion Post 233 […]

Advocates for sinking fund form Citizen’s Committee

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor Lake Orion Community Schools has one enthusiastic man behind the Citizen’s Committee who is rallying in favor of the 2016 sinking fund ballot election. Nate Butki, LOCS class of ’92, said it’s time the community takes action and supports the two mill sinking fund ballot proposal on August 2. Butki […]

Firefighters battle rooftop blaze at Indianwood Country Club

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer A fire that is believed to have started on a roof, caused an undetermined amount of damage to Indianwood Country Club last week. Upon arrival, Orion Township Fire Department crews found smoke and fire coming from the West side of building. Neighboring fire departments were asked to also respond […]

Marine Division stresses importance of boater’s safety with free class

By Meg Peters Review Co-Editor The National Weather Service has called for an 80 degree weekend coming up for Memorial Day, which means one thing: Lake Orion — the lake — is going to be active. Oakland County Lieutenant Dan Toth, former Marine Deputy, said Memorial Day weekend is typically the weekend that kicks off […]

Robotics Expo celebrates STEM and students

By Chris Hagan Review Staff Writer Members of Lake Orion’s FIRST Robotics team held an expo at the high school last week celebrating the team’s accomplishments. The event not only brought together students on the varsity robotics team, but it also included students in the elementary and middle school robotics clubs. The purpose was to […]

‘Corrosin Explosion’ takes first at the eCYBERMISSION state competition

A team of eighth graders from St. Joseph School in Lake Orion was among 60 regional finalists in the 14th annual eCYBERMISSION competition, one of several science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) initiatives offered by the U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program. Eighth graders Payton Bero, Charlie Haynes, Daniel Heuschele and Alex Weber (calling themselves “Corrosion […]

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