Free Naloxone training Sept. 17

The Alliance of Coalitions, the North Oakland Community Coalition, the Orion Chamber of Commerce, the Lake Orion Police and Fire Departments will host a business Naloxone training at the Orion Community Center from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 17. It is encouraged that businesses bring their staff to this free informative and educational […]

Orion Twp. Board holds presentation on a proposed new township hall

By Jim Newell Review Editor Crowded offices, leaking walls, water damage to ceiling tiles, mold on the walls and wood beams supporting the basement ceiling in utility rooms. And when it rains, the township boardroom carpet becomes damp with moisture, said Orion Township Supervisor Chris Barnett. These are just some of the issues that Orion […]

Miracle League Field dream comes true

Township plans a spectacular opening night on Friday By Jim Newell Review Editor It’s been more than two years in the making but now the dream that was the Orion on Deck project – that has since grown into the Miracle League Field – is about to become a reality. Opening night for the Miracle […]

Lake Orion DDA seeks public input for Development Plan

As projects in downtown Lake Orion continue, the DDA (Downtown Development Authority) is looking toward the future with their development plan. Recently, the DDA created an online survey for the public to voice their input regarding upcoming or possible future projects. “Our sunset date is December of 2020, that means that we would be done […]

LOHS has new Asst. Principal

Lake Orion High School will kick off the 2019-20’ school year with a new Assistant Principal. Gretchen Hynes will be filling the role that was left vacant by Shawn Durso. Durso spent one year with the district before accepting a new position at Oak Valley Middle School in June. This is not Hynes’ first position […]

LOCS: SOS – Students Offering Support

LOHS students reach out to support peers Lake Orion Community Schools Superintendent Marion Ginopolis will regularly share thoughts and updates about district-related topics in The Review. Given the continued high rates of teens in crisis and suicide among adolescents and young adults, a number of years ago Lake Orion Community Schools initiated a promising and […]

It’s tiki time for a great cause!

It’s tiki time for a great cause!

A Luau by the Lake was held last Thursday at Northern Flooring & Interiors, raising more than $15,000 for renovation of a building at Crossroads for Youth that will be transformed into a residential dorm for girls utilizing their services. The project is being coordinated through Design for a Difference, coupling socially conscious businesses together […]

Big Rig Gig is a huge hit with the kids

Big Rig Gig is a huge hit with the kids

By Jim Newell Review Editor Fire trucks, police cars, a cement mixer, road commission construction vehicles, bulldozers and backhoes. The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office sent a SWAT vehicle. These were just some of the vehicles at this year’s Big Rig Gig at Friendship Park on Friday, giving kids the chance to climb on and through […]

Annual Coffee with a Veteran celebrates those who served

Annual Coffee with a Veteran celebrates those who served

The annual Coffee with a Vet event took place last Saturday at the Veterans Memorial located on M-24. Lake Orion Veterans spent their day together chatting about old times while enjoying coffee and donuts, burgers and hot dogs. Dozens of Veterans and non-Veterans braved the heat to hear from veteran speakers and visit. The ground […]