Fatal house fire claims the life of Orion Twp. woman

By Jim Newell Review Editor On Orion Twp. woman has died after a fatal house fire late Thursday night in the 800 block of Vernita Drive, one street over from Pine Tree. The fire occurred about 3:13 a.m. April 13, with the Orion Twp. Fire Dept. and the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office (OCSO) responding to […]

Girls track wins first meet over Rochester

Girls track wins first meet over Rochester

By Susan Carroll Review Writer The Lake Orion High School varsity girls track team is a young team, consisting of many freshman and sophomores, some that have never participated in the sport before, not even at the middle school level. While speaking with Coach Dave Hutson, one can hear the enthusiasm in his voice towards […]

Boys track team looks for sixth straight league title

Boys track team looks for sixth straight league title

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Lake Orion High School track and field team hopes once again to challenge for an OAA Red division title and started the season strong, defeating Rochester 81-47 in a dual meet last Wednesday. It was the Dragon’s first outdoor meet season, having had a bye week the first week […]

Village of LO prepares 2017-18 budget

Village of Lake Orion 2017-2018 Fiscal Year Budget A public hearing on the proposed 2017-18 fiscal year budget is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. May 8 in council chambers at the Village Hall, 21 E. Church St. The village council also has two budget workshops scheduled for May 17 and May 18. Both workshops begin at […]

Sheriff’s Department cites area businesses for selling to minors during liquor license inspections

By Jim Newell Review Editor Oakland County Sheriff’s Office (OCSO) deputies began conducting routine liquor license inspections at several businesses in Orion Township last week, citing three for selling to minors after employees failed to adequately check the identification of a police decoy. “The first seventeen inspections consisted of investigators conducting alcohol sales compliance checks […]

Orion Twp. Sheriff’s Office seeks information on cash register bandit

Orion Twp. Sheriff’s Office seeks information on cash register bandit

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office (OCSO) is looking for a suspect who broke into the PX2 Automotive on April 7 and made off with a cash register. Now, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office Orion Twp. substation is asking for residents’ help in identifying the man. Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call at 1:58 a.m. Friday […]

Boys varsity lacrosse determined to defend the OAA Red title

Boys varsity lacrosse determined to defend the OAA Red title

By Susan Carroll Review Writer Boys varsity lacrosse coach Brad Thomas has succesfully gotten his team off to a strong lead with a 3-0 record. With 3 games down, Coach Thomas feels that the boys have performed well on defense and have been efficient offensively. “This team is a hard-working group of young men and […]

Grazing the trail: goats munch along Polly Ann Trail

Grazing the trail: goats munch along Polly Ann Trail

By Elise Shire Oxford Leader Staff Writer A herd of 12 goats took to the Polly Ann Trail Saturday, April 8 to help nibble away at excess brush and invasive plant species. Many trail users paused to watch as the goats grazed away at brush between Burdick St. and Drahner Rd. “It feels fabulous to […]

Lake Orion Robotics Team 302 qualifies for state tournament

Lake Orion Robotics Team 302 qualifies for state tournament

Team 302 won the First Robotics competition in Howell last weekend, earning a trip to the state finals for the victory. And extra infusion of oil to the ego: the Dragons defeated archrival Team Rush of Clarkston in the finals. Now, Team 302 will compete in the state championships April 12-15 at the Ryder Center […]

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