Flower Fair flourishes in Lake Orion this weekend

By Jim Newell Review Editor The 19th annual Lake Orion Flower & Art Fair returns to the village this weekend with 111 vendors, the scents of spring and the perfect opportunity to find a special gift for Mom. The fair, organized and run by the Lake Orion Downtown Development Authority (DDA), is from 11 a.m. […]

Orion Township Public Library announces cloudLibrary app

The Orion Township Public Library announced Friday that they will begin offering more e-books and downloadable audiobooks to the library’s patrons via the cloudLibrary app. With cloudLibrary, Orion Township residents will also be able to use virtual library cards. Library users will be able to use their virtual card for anything that previously required a […]

Sen. Rosemary Bayer hosts constituent events in Lake Orion

Sen. Rosemary Bayer released a list on Thursday outlining her plans to hold several constituent events throughout Oakland County. The upcoming series of community office hours and candid coffee chit chats will feature a stop in Lake Orion and one in Oxford as well. On May 13, Sen. Bayer will be at the Oxford Library […]

‘May the Fourth be with you’

‘May the Fourth be with you’

Darth Vader was sighted in downtown Lake Orion but he wasn’t blowing up planets or putting a stranglehold on anyone who showed a lack of faith in his powers. Vader (a.k.a. Stefan Andrew) greeted fans outside of Prime Time Comics & Cards in downtown Lake Orion for Star Wars and Free Comic Book Day. May […]

LOCS launches Dragon University, introduce LOHS flex time

By Megan Kelley Review Writer During the March 27 board meeting Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Heidi Mercer and spokes person for the Curriculum Committee Dana Mermell announced plans to begin a program called Dragon Staff University and introduce flex time at LOHS. During the April 24 meeting, Mercer announced that Dragon Staff University […]

A whole lot of fun at the OAYA Family Fun Fest

The Orion Area Youth Assistance hosted its annual Family Fun Fest on Thursday, providing a variety of activities designed to promote quality time for families. More than 400 people attended and enjoyed meeting police officers and firefighters, jumping in the bounce house, exploring the petting zoo, striking a pose in the photo booth, making crafts […]

Miracle League Field to open this summer

Miracle League Field to open this summer

By Jim Newell Review Editor The crack of a bat, the roar of the crowd, the high-fives and cheers – these are the things that make baseball such an endearing American game. And at the games soon to be played at Friendship Park, everyone plays, everyone has a great time – so everyone wins. That’s […]

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