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 […]

Pedestrian in stable condition after being struck by a truck

An Orion Township woman sustained serious injuries but is in stable condition after being struck by a pickup truck while she was walking on M-24 on Thursday. The accident happened around 4:42 p.m. April 11 when the woman, 64, was walking southbound on the sidewalk on the east side of M-24 near Converse Court, said […]

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 […]

LO Horseshoe Club begins new season

The Lake Orion Horseshoe Club’s 2019 season begins at 7 p.m. May 7 and new and prospective members are welcome to join the oldest horseshoe club in Michigan. “Have you been telling yourself you would like to get some exercise, meet new people and have some exciting competition pitching horseshoes? Well the wait is over, […]

Welcome back Tyler!

Welcome back Tyler!

The Pine Tree Center’s faculty and students took time out of their morning to welcome back their friend Tyler Krueger for his first full day back at school in years. Not only is this the first full day of school that he has been able to attend since 2015, but it was his first day […]

Parking paradise or purgatory?

Village’s parking enforcement begins By Jim Newell Review Editor Finding parking spots in downtown Lake Orion can be problematic, but village officials hope a new parking plan and enforcement will help visitors to the business district find parking spots and create the necessary turnover in downtown lots. The village’s Passport parking enforcement system is up […]

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