Attorney General’s office laying the groundwork for possible class action lawsuit against Odd Job Disposal

By Jim Newell Review Editor LANSING – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel’s Corporate Oversight Division is laying the groundwork for a possible class action lawsuit against now-defunct Odd Job Disposal, Inc. “We have seen a pattern of behavior from this company that is totally unacceptable: they knew they were closing, but continued to bill customers […]

Summer will sizzle at the Orion Center Thursday

Summer will sizzle at the Orion Center Thursday

Livia and Clara (4) enjoy their sno-cones at the Summer Sizzle in 2018. This year’s event is taking place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. June 20 at the Orion Center. Kids can enjoy carnival games, face painting, a bounce house (socks required), balloons, hot dogs and more, all free of charge. Chautauqua Express will […]

Scripps Middle School celebrates last day of school

Scripps Middle School celebrates last day of school

Seventh graders at Scripps Middle School applauded the eighth grade class on Friday as they walked out of the middle school for the last time. The eighth graders (now high school freshman) hugged and high-fived their old teachers, saying ‘goodbye’ to middle school and ‘hello’ to their next chapter, whatever that may hold. Photo by […]

Blanche Sims Elementary students celebrate the end of the school year practicing circus acts with Cirque Amongus

Blanche Sims Elementary students celebrate the end of the school year practicing circus acts with Cirque Amongus

By Jim Newell Review Editor Ladies and gentlemen, step right up, don’t be shy. You will not believe your eyes as the Blanche Sims Elementary students dazzle and amaze you with their burgeoning circus talents. As the school year came to a close last week, Blanche Sims students celebrated with Cirque Amongus on Wednesday, learning […]

Lions Club Jubilee rolls into downtown Lake Orion on Thursday

Lions Club Jubilee rolls into downtown Lake Orion on Thursday

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Get ready for a weekend of summer fun in your very own Downtown Lake Orion. As the carnival rolls in, fireworks roll out, the beer tent pops up and everyone winds down. It’s the annual Jubilee, where both adults and little ones are sure to find fun and entertainment. Starting […]

Lions Club hosts 74th annual flare night on June 28

The Lake Orion Lions Cub is sponsoring the 74th Annual “Light up the Night” flare night on June 28. Local lake residents will light thousands of 30-minute red safety road flares around the shoreline of historic Lake Orion and surrounding lakes at 10 p.m. This longest annual unique event was started in 1945 as a […]

Lake Orion man arrested in hit-and-run accidents in the village

Lake Orion man arrested in hit-and-run accidents in the village

By Jim Newell Review Editor A Lake Orion man has been arrested after crashing into an electrical pole and a home in the Village of Lake Orion and then leaving the scene of both accidents. The incident began around 8:10 p.m. Monday when a man driving a white 2002 Chevrolet SUV was apparently traveling southbound […]

LOCS Board of Education holds ‘Truth in Budget and Taxation’ hearing, approves technology bid awards

By Megan Kelley Review Writer With the end of the year approaching, LOCS is working toward amending their final budget for the 2018-2019 fiscal year and adopting a new budget for the 2019-2020 fiscal year. The financial aspects of the meeting were kicked off with Assistant Superintendent of Business and Finance John Fitzgerald heading the […]

Village Council approves Lake Orion Challenge

By Jim Newell Review Editor A proposed triathlon in downtown Lake Orion is on after the Lake Orion Village Council voted 5-0 on Monday to approve the permit for the Oct. 5 event. Councilmembers Ray Hammond and David Churchill were absent from the meeting. The Lake Orion Challenge had faced opposition from 40 downtown businesses […]