Fun Times On The Road – Adult Version of Pac-Man

Are you having a fun time traversing the roads in Lake Orion as construction continues on Baldwin, Waldon, Maybee and Joslyn? Before one project is completed, another one begins and thus we have nonstop aggravation. Of course, when all of the construction is completed, we will supposedly have clear sailing throughout the community, which will […]

Your words have power

Years ago, while shopping for groceries at dinner time I overheard a mother who was not speaking very nicely to her child. I recall thinking: it’s dinner time and the young child is probably hungry, mom’s appearance looked like she was on her way home from work, both are tired and words are being said […]

LOHS girls cross country hopes to make a big impact in upcoming meets

By Megan Kelley Review Writer On Tuesday, the lady Dragons cross country team held Jamboree no. 2 hosting Clakston, Troy, Oxford, Rochester Adams and Birmingham Seaholm. Their fifth meet of the season ended with a team overall of 101 points and fifth place finish. The Dragons had one runner absolutely dominate the course, junior Sophie […]

Dragons lose to Lakers in epic 4 OT football thriller

Dragons lose to Lakers in epic 4 OT football thriller

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Contributor In a game that will be undoubtedly remembered as one of the most exciting in Lake Orion football history, the Dragons fell in four overtime periods to West Bloomfield last Saturday, 59-52. Lake Orion could not convert on fourth down during their final possession in overtime, giving the […]

GMB architects present site plans for several LOCS buildings

By Megan Kelley Review Writer On Sept. 11, during the scheduled LOCS School Board workshop meeting, architects Tom Van DeGriend and Mitchell Duyser from GMB Architecture and Engineering presented site-plans for a handful of bond projects. On the docket were plans for Orion Oaks Elementary and Carpenter Elementary and highlights for Webber Elementary and the […]

Undefeated Dragons stomp Wildcats to take Double-O rivalry trophy

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Contributor As rivalry games go, Lake Orion’s football matchup versus Oxford last Friday was not much of one, with the Dragons whipping the Wildcats, 35-0, to up their season record to 4-0 (3-0 OAA Red). Make no mistake, however, these two teams do not like each other. Combined, they […]

Village to pilot test 15-minute parking spots in downtown district

By Jim Newell Review Editor When it comes to parking in the Village of Lake Orion, problematic is an understatement. Two hours, six hours, 24 hours. Private parking lots. Shared-use lots. Take your pick. And now, 15-minute parking. Village officials are planning to test whether 15-minute parking spots in the downtown district will work. The […]