Township approves feasibility study for fire station #1

Twp. Sets 2016 millage rates By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer It was a busy night for township board members who approved funds for a feasibility study of fire station 1, voted to set the 2016 millage rates for the next fiscal year and granted funds for a handicap accessible play station at Friendship Park. […]

LO Art Center’s first photography show explores ‘The Artist’s Lens’

By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer From seasoned photographers using practiced methodology and sophisticated photo editing, to schoolchildren taking photos on their cell phones, the Orion Art Center’s first photography show featured an array of styles and talent. The Art Center’s first juried photography exhibit and competition, “The Artist’s Lens,” on Friday featured photographs from […]

Girls cross country team keeps getting stronger

By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer For a coach, nothing can beat having an experienced team of seasoned veterans who know your program and training regimen. But youth and enthusiasm can make up for a lot. A young Lake Orion High School girls’ varsity cross country team competed in the first jamboree of the season […]

Lady Dragon swimmers and divers off to a great start

By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer The LOHS Girl’s Swimming and Diving team looks to continue the success of the past, hoping to challenge for the league title and send its swimmers to the state meet. “The 2016-2017 Girls Lake Orion Swimming and Diving team is off to a great start,” said Head Coach Darin […]

Ed’s Zombie Walk returns to Lake Orion

By Georgia Thelen Review Staff Writer Ed’s Broadway Gift & Costume will be holding their 3rd Annual Zombie Walk in downtown Lake Orion on September 24 at 8 p.m. To celebrate Ed (Lloyd’s) 602nd birthday, zombie participants will be visiting 51 North, Lockhart’s, CJ’s, Valentino’s Ristorante and the American Legion Post 233 for hors d’oeuvres […]

Fired up Dragons thump Wildcats on special night of football

By Joe St. Henry Review Contributing Writer Playing in honor of his best friend’s grandparents, Lake Orion senior Max Horneffer scored a school record five touchdowns to lead the host Dragons to a thrilling 52-35 victory over Oxford in the second annual Pink Out football game last Friday. Horneffer led a balanced attack that generated […]

Clarkston Road eastbound to close Sept. 15

Update from Chris Barnett, Orion Twp. Supervisor: Eastbound Clarkston Road at M-24 will close September 15th at 9:30 a.m. in front of the Speedway Station will be closed in order to re-construct the intersection. The westbound lane will remain open. A lane shift will also occur at this time in that area. The official alternate […]

Yes, it’s me ‘Georgia’, just like the state

By Georgia Thelen Review Staff Writer Hello, can you hear me? I’m in Lake Orion dreaming about who we used to be when we were younger and free… Sorry Adele lovers, but I’m really not. Don’t hold it against me, but when I was young and free I was actually an Oxford Wildcat. I was […]

Village continues to debate $7.8 million water main project

By Georgia Thelen Review Staff Writer The Village of Lake Orion is currently drafting and debating plans to replace the aging water infrastructure with final decisions set by December. Hubbell, Roth & Clark, Inc. (HRC), the Village’s Engineering Consultant, was authorized to start work on November 9, 2015 regarding the MDEQ-mandated Water Reliability Study and […]