Orion Twp. Fire Dept. Goodfellows sell The Review to support area families

Orion Twp. Fire Dept. Goodfellows sell The Review to support area families

By Susan Carroll Review Writer This past weekend Orion firefighters were out in full fire gear selling special editions of The Lake Orion Review. The proceeds from the newspaper sales will benefit local families this holiday season. The December weather was unseasonably warm and dry as the Goodfellows handed out newspapers at several locations throughout […]

The Orion Lighted Parade Group

The Orion Lighted Parade Group

The Orion Lighted Parade Group presented the 2017 ‘A Magical Christmas’ parade on Saturday evening in downtown Lake Orion. The parade is one of the largest lighted parades in Michigan, featuring more than 80 entries — floats, performers, community groups and holiday-themed entertainment for the entire family. And with this much Christmas merriment, we couldn’t […]

Orion Goodfellows embody the holiday spirit

By Susan Carroll Review Writer The Orion Township Firefighters Goodfellows will pull on their full fire gear to sell special editions of The Lake Orion Review from Dec. 1-3, with proceeds benefiting Orion families this holiday season. The Goodfellows will hand out newspapers at Panera Bread on Baldwin Road (in the Baldwin Commons), Hollywood Market […]

Brown Road gas line fire cause still undetermined

Brown Road gas line fire cause still undetermined

By Jim Newell Review Editor Investigators are still working to determine the cause of a pipeline rupture that created a massive explosion and fire off Brown Road a little more than a week ago. Debra Dodd, media relations for Consumers Energy, said results of the investigation should be in sometime in December. “The investigation regarding […]

Orion Twp.’s Lt. Dan Toth of the OCSO graduates from prestigious FBI National Academy

By Jim Newell Review Editor Orion Township’s top cop is now a graduate of the prestigious FBI National Academy, a 10-week professional course in Quantico, Va., for training U.S. and international law enforcement leaders in advanced techniques. Lt. Dan Toth, commander of the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office – Orion Twp. substation, graduated Sept. 15 as […]

Village accepts engineering proposal for water main replacement project

By Susan Carroll Review Writer The Lake Orion Village Council took action on several issues this month, including awarding the engineering contract for the nearly $8 million water main replacement project and drainage problems on Lakeview Street. The construction engineering for phases 1 and 2 of the water main replacement project was awarded to Hubbell, […]

The ‘Real Men’ of Oakland Cty. raise $52K for Cancer Society

The ‘Real Men’ of Oakland Cty. raise $52K for Cancer Society

By Jim Newell Review Editor The 16 men who participated in the first Oakland County Real Men Wear Pink campaign raised $52,707.92 in their collected efforts to support the American Cancer Society’s fight against breast cancer. The men pledged to wear a pink article of clothing every day in October – national breast cancer awareness […]

Explosion, fire rock Orion Twp. after gas line ruptures

Explosion, fire rock Orion Twp. after gas line ruptures

By Jim Newell Review Editor An explosion and fire shocked the south end of Orion Township Monday night after a natural gas main ruptured on the north side of Brown Road shortly before 10 p.m. Witnesses as far north as Waldon Road reported they felt the ground rumble when the explosion occurred and heard what […]

Ortonville shooter arraigned, faces 8 felony counts

Ortonville shooter arraigned, faces 8 felony counts

By Shelby Stewart Ortonville Citizen Staff Writer The suspect in the shooting of two people in Ortonville has been issued an 8 count felony warrant against him. He was arraigned on Nov. 17. Michael Quigley was taken into custody on Nov. 15 in connection with the shooting, and he currently has an 8 million dollar […]

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