Public Saftey

The OCSO Orion Twp. Substation responded to 344 calls from April 15-21, 2019   • Felony Arrests: 0 • Misdemeanor Arrests: 7   • Accidents: 13 Woman ignores ban, returns to store Deputies responded to Menards, 465 Brown Road, at 12:50 p.m. April 15 for a retail fraud. A loss prevention employee witnessed a shopper […]

LOHS boys lacrosse team improves record to 6-2 overall

Lake Orion’s boys lacrosse team took on Troy High School in their second OAA Red division game of the season on April 16. The boys secured another OAA Red victory against the Colts with a final score of 17-5. Senior Nicolo Ruffini led the Dragons in scoring with five goals. Sam Parillo and Joe Cady […]

LO track team crushes Rochester High to remain undefeated in OAA

LO track team crushes Rochester High to remain undefeated in OAA

The Lake Orion boys track team continued its undefeated streak in dual meets with an easier-than-expected victory over Rochester High School on April 17. The Dragons dominated the Falcons, winning 102-26. “But as always we work toward improvement, and in this case, we didn’t have to overload athletes to win, so they could work on […]

Dragon baseball beat Stoney Creek Cougars 5-1 in OAA Red match up

Lake Orion High School’s varsity baseball team hosted Stoney Creek on April 22 for the first game of their scheduled doubleheader. This is also Lake Orion’s second OAA Red league game of the season. The Dragons emerged from the low scoring battle victorious with a 5-1 win. Lake Orion credited pitcher Josh Slayton for the […]

Orion Twp. board begins the steps toward a single garbage hauler

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Orion Township Board of Trustees voted 6-1 during its meeting on Monday to begin the process of looking into a consolidated garbage service for the township’s approximately 13,000 households. Trustee John Steimel cast the lone nay vote. Trustee Brian Birney, a member of the township’s waste and recycling committee, […]

LOCS receives pre-labor day start waiver

By Megan Kelley Review Writer During a public hearing held on April 10, Lake Orion Community Schools spoke with Chad Urchike from the office of financial management within Michigan’s Department of Education in regards to a pre-labor day start waiver. Under Michigan law, schools must hold a public hearing before a waiver can be approved […]

Easter Extravaganza

Easter Extravaganza

The weather outside may have been frightful but the joy inside was delightful during the special needs Easter party on Sunday afternoon. Kids, full of smiles and friendship and energy, ran from game to game and got their faces painted in Easter and Superhero themes before refueling with a pizza and dessert lunch. The Easter […]

Measles outbreak reaches 38 in Oakland County

By Megan Kelley Review Writer As the number of confirmed cases of measles increases, so does the concern from Michigan residents. As for Lake Orion specifically, measles has not reached the area. However, the Lake Orion Community Schools Board of Education would be remiss to not address the growing concern. During the April 10 board […]

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