Pine Tree Center Field Day

Pine Tree Center Field Day

By Megan Kelley Review Writer The Pine Tree Center held their annual field day last Thursday. Hundreds of special needs and PHASES students spent their morning playing games, eating snacks and enjoying the weather with their friends. There were more than 100 volunteers including those from the LOHS class, Exploring Special Education, and the Waldon […]

It’s a great day on the lake for the Youth Fishing Derby

It’s a great day on the lake for the Youth Fishing Derby

By Jim Newell Review Editor The little tikes might be telling tall tales after Orion Township held its annual Youth Fishing Derby at Camp Agawam on Saturday, giving kids new fishing poles and families a chance to spend some quality time together on Tommy’s Lake. The Oakland County Kayak Fishermen bought kids’ poles for an […]

Front Street to be reconfigured into a two-way street this summer

By Jim Newell Review Editor Front Street west of Broadway Street will no longer be a one-way street, opening up to traffic in both directions later this summer. But a local apartment building will also be “reconfigured” in the process of making that stretch of Front Street a two-lane road. Front Street east of Broadway […]

Lake Orion alumni imagines a different kind of wall

Lake Orion alumni imagines a different kind of wall

By Megan Kelley Review Writer On Oct. 11, 2018 students at Renaissance High School in Detroit entered the building to find dozens of “secrets” taped to the wall. The wall, now known as the “Coming Out Wall,” featured secrets students had anonymously submitted to the school’s LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning) Alliance as […]

LOCS Science teachers present board with new tech. and resource request at May 22 board meeting

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Lake Orion’s Board of Education met last Wednesday to discuss some possible new additions to the district. Kicking off the meeting were teachers Jamie Kimber and Craig Schoon who gave a hands-on presentation of their Augmented Reality (AR) Sandbox. The two had originally gone to Lake Orion’s Assistant Superintendent of […]

4th annual Clergy, Cops and Kids fundraiser on tap for June 1

By Jim Newell Review Editor It’s time for another round of Clergy, Cops and Kids, the match that makes the lives of some of Orion’s residents a little better – and others a lot more fun. Clergy, Cops and Kids benefits the Lake Orion Police Association’s Kids & Kops programs and the Lake Orion United […]

Celebrate National Trails Day June 1 on the Paint Creek Trail

June 1 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., the Paint Creek Trailways Commission will celebrate its 21st Annual National Trails Day with free, family-friendly events in downtown Lake Orion. The theme of this year’s Paint Creek Trail National Trails Day event is bicycle safety. Attendees will receive a bike bell (while supplies last) as well […]

Public Safety

The OCSO Orion substation responded to 382 calls from May 20-26, 2019 • Felony Arrests: 1 • Misdemeanor Arrests: 4 • Accidents: 20 There was no stroller waiting for her Deputies responded to the 600 block of Conklin at 8:35 p.m. May 21 for a larceny report. An Orion Township woman, 30, reported she ordered […]