Taste of the Town raises approx. $10,000 for Lions Club, LO United Methodist Church community outreach programs

By Jim Newell Review Editor There were savory dishes galore and items better than any store at the 4th annual Taste of the Town fundraiser event Saturday evening. The Lake Orion Lions Club and Lake Orion United Methodist Church co-hosted the event at Kings Court Castle in Canterbury Village. This year’s festivities included cuisine from […]

VFW Post 334 donates $1,000 toward body armor for K9

VFW Post 334 donates $1,000 toward body armor for K9

Village Council approves purchase of police vests for reserve officers By Jim Newell Review Editor A police dog will patrol the area in greater safety after members of North Oakland VFW Post 334 donated $1,000 to help purchase body armor for the K9 officer. “(They) grew concerned over a recent increase in media reports of […]

Dear residents and visitors using Baldwin Road,

Since Baldwin Road has now received more road improvements in the form of roundabouts, I feel it is necessary to provide some instruction on how to use them properly. It seems the one at Baldwin and Indianwood roads has been understood, but the ones at Baldwin and Judah and Gregory roads have not received the […]

New Life and New Beginnings…

Recently, as a new day was beginning for me, I prepared breakfast and watched as the winter snow was falling. A new text message from a Unity member came in. It was a request asking me to go to a local hospital and meet with someone in her family whose spouse was very ill. Once […]

Girls Basketball face three more OAA White teams

  The Lady Dragons had a packed week of OAA White game play giving them an opportunity to improve their current record. First, the ladies traveled to Troy Athens High School to take on the Red Hawks for a second time. In their first meeting, Lake Orion dominated the game scoring their first OAA White […]

Girls Bowling team takes on regional tournament

Girls Bowling team takes on regional tournament

The Lake Orion’s girls bowling team had a busy week at several tournaments leading up to a secure spot at the state competition on March 1. The ladies started the week off on Feb 17 at Richfield Lanes for the Regional Tune Up Tournament. The Dragons qualified 2nd with 3,229 pins in their eight baker […]

Hearts for the Homeless

Hearts for the Homeless

On Valentine’s Day, nearly 100 St. Joseph middle school students created felt hearts and stuffed them with toiletries to help poor and homeless people in the Detroit area. The project was organized by middle school teachers Kris Fuhr, Lindy Cubba, Debbie Grimm, Carol Azizian, Lauren Galasso and Reem Mikha. On Feb. 23, religion teacher Lindy […]

Battle of the Books

Battle of the Books

Earlier this month on Feb. 8, Oakview Middle School hosted students from Oakview, Waldon and Scripps Middle Schools for the annual Lake Orion Community Middle Schools and Orion Township Public Library’s 2019 Battle of the Books competition. Teams comprised of three to six students raced to answer trivia questions about seven novels that were selected […]

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