Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

Officer Ray Hammond of the Lake Orion Police Department poses with Luke Smith (left), dressed as a police officer, while Grant, Luke’s younger brother, dressed as a robber, takes to the shadows. LOPD officers patrolled the streets during the annual Halloween Parade last Wednesday — keeping the peace but also sharing stickers, smiles and the […]

Village of LO, LOPD honor employees during appreciation & awards evening

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Lake Orion Police Department and the Village of Lake Orion held their annual employee appreciation and awards ceremony Oct. 24, thanking employees for their service and honoring their achievements over the past year. Village Council President Ken Van Portfliet presented the village employee recognitions during a private ceremony and […]

Orion Twp. completes phase 1 of Clarkston Road Safety Path

By Jim Newell Review Editor Orion Township is a mile closer to connecting the Paint Creek and Polly Ann trails with the completion of a portion of the Clarkston Road safety path last week. Bikers and pedestrians can now use the path, which consists of an elevated wooden boardwalk along the north side of Clarkston […]

By Susan Carroll

The Lake Orion Village Council had a short meeting last Monday, postponing most of its agenda items until its November meetings. The council removed from its agenda the construction engineering proposals for water main phases 1 and 2; and the Paint Creek Trailway – interlocal and licensing agreement. These two agenda items will be placed […]

Fork n’ Pint restaurant to open Nov. 1

By Susan Carroll Review Writer The summer long wait, that turned into fall, for Lake Orion’s newest restaurant is finally over. Stocked with craft beers, many from Michigan, and a full line of liquor and wine, the eclectic menus have been printed and the staff is ready to serve customers. Fork n’ Pint, located at […]

Majewska gets 25-50 years for brutal murders

By C.J. Carnacchio Leader Editor Little Charley Lillian Hendrick’s life was a happy one filled with love until it was tragically cut short when she was brutally murdered by her own grandmother. Now, all that remains of little Charley are memories, photographs and the Oakland County Circuit Court record. Charley went to the beach and […]

OCSO/Golling hockey team faces off against Red Wings Alumni

By Jim Newell Review Editor When the combined Oakland County Sheriff’s Office and Golling Buick GMC hockey team faced off against the Detroit Red Wings Alumni squad on Oct. 14 for a charity hockey game, fans could see the smiles on the faces of the “older” kids. And while the Red Wings Alumni may have […]

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