LOCS Elementary STEM coaches update board on program details

By Megan Kelley Review Writer The Lake Orion Community Schools Board of Education met on Feb. 13 at the Lake Orion Administration building and heard updates on the inaugural year of the STEM program at the elementary level. Due to an abundance of canceled school days, this was the first board meeting in five weeks, […]

Orion Area Youth Assistance seeks nominations

Orion Area Youth Assistance seeks nominations

The Orion Area Youth Assistance (OAYA) seeks nominations for their 26th annual Youth Recognition Awards Ceremony. The awards pay special tribute to outstanding youth in the community who have volunteered their time in the past year. This year, the OAYA has added a Personal Achievement Award category, in addition to the Community Service Awards. The […]

Taste of the Town returns to add a little flavor to Lake Orion

Taste of the Town 6 p.m. Feb. 23 Kings Court Castle in Canterbury Village, 2325 Joslyn Rd. Tickets: at the door or online at www.lakeorionlions.org By Jim Newell Review Editor Need a little something to spice up a Saturday night? The Lake Orion Lions Club and Lake Orion United Methodist Church host the 4th annual […]

35th annual Orion Twp. Firemen’s Ball is March 2

Each year, the Orion Fire Fighters Association (OFFA) holds their annual Fireman’s Ball at the Paint Creek Country Club in Orion Township. This year the event will be held on March 2. This fundraising event is one of the oldest annual events hosted in Orion Township, dating back more than 50 years. This event brings […]

ONTV’s 5 or 5 Food Drive surpasses 6,000 pound goal

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Orion Neighborhood Television (ONTV) 9th annual 5 or 5 Food Drive on Saturday was a festive telecast of local dance and music groups, entertainers and segments with local leaders talking about the Orion community. But the goal was clear: meet and surpass last year’s food drive total and help […]

Complaints about Odd Job continue

By Jim Newell Review Editor Orion Township residents are still having problems with their trash, recycling and compost being picked up on time, and the lack of service from Odd Job Disposal has left a foul stench in the minds of many. “The frustration is continuing,” said Orion Township Supervisor Chris Barnett. “As far as […]

NOTA buying $1.1M building to house itself

By C.J. Carnacchio Leader Editor It wasn’t a terribly long search. Less than a month after forming a real estate committee to find a new facility to house it, the North Oakland Transportation Authority (NOTA) has agreed to purchase a 20,000-square-foot building for $1.1 million. Located at 675 S. Glapsie St. in Oxford Village, the […]

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