Jordan, Judah roads closed at Baldwin

By Jim Newell Review Editor As part of the ongoing Baldwin Road reconstruction and widening project, the intersections of Jordan and Judah roads at Baldwin Road were closed on Monday. The Road Commission for Oakland County also is working on finishing the Gregory Road at Baldwin Road construction and is expected to reopen that section […]

2018 Primary Election Results

2018 Primary Election Results

Parks & Rec., NOTA millage requests approved Orion voters decisively passed all three millage requests in Tuesday’s primary election, based on unofficial results posted by the Oakland County Elections Division. Local voters also narrowed the fields in some contested candidate races, setting up the races for the Nov. 6 general election. Orion Twp. Parks and […]

Horseshoes state championship comes to Lake Orion on Saturday

Horseshoes state championship comes to Lake Orion on Saturday

Senior Olympics comes to the pits on Aug. 15 There’s a double dose of activities down at the horseshoe pits this weekend, with some of the best players in Michigan converging on Lake Orion for the two days of competition. The Lake Orion Horseshoe Club hosts the Michigan State Doubles Championship on Saturday, with opening […]

Orion Twp. woman injured in hit-and-run on Morgan Rd.

  Sheriff’s Office seeks information on vehicle, driver   By Jim Newell Review Editor An Orion Township woman suffered broken bones and her dog was killed after a hit-and-run accident on Morgan Road last week. Oakland County Sheriff’s deputies are looking for information on the driver of a white SUV who struck the woman, 66, […]

Village Council to fill two vacant seats until Nov. 12 meeting

Four candidates set for Lake Orion election slate in November The Lake Orion Village Council has four seats up for election in November with four candidates filing for the positions. The three candidates with the most votes will serve a four-year term, while the fourth highest vote-getter will serve a two-year term. Current Councilmembers Doug […]

Aug. 7 primary election ballot, precinct information

Candidate Elections The primary election is a partisan election so voters must cast their ballots in either the Democratic, Republican or Libertarian party sections of the ballot. Voters will cast ballots for governor, U.S. Senate candidates and Representative in Congress, 8th District. Locally, voters also will decided who will represent them in the state senate, […]

Orion voters to decide on three millage requests

By Jim Newell Review Editor When Orion voters head to the polls on Tuesday they will have three millage requests to consider, each of which provides funding for different services to the community. Orion Township is requesting a millage for parks and recreation services and a renewal of the safety path millage. The North Oakland […]

Vote YES on NOTA millage renewal

Review Editorial It may seem hard to believe, but life isn’t all about that first person you see in the mirror every morning. Sometimes, you have to put yourself in someone else’s shoes. Voters in Oxford, Addison and Orion townships will have an opportunity to do just that when they face a millage renewal for […]

Tedder, Tedder, he’s our man!

Review Editorial Four candidates are running in the Republican primary for the 12th District seat in the Michigan Senate, but in our mind, there’s only one man for the job. We wholeheartedly support Jim Tedder and urge Oxford, Addison and Orion voters to do the same. We see Tedder as the only candidate who’s going […]

American Pickers is looking for unique collections

American Pickers is looking for unique collections American Pickers, the show that travels the back roads looking for hidden treasures, is heading back to Michigan in September. Mike and Frank of the popular show are on a mission to recycle and rescue forgotten relics, hoping to meet characters with remarkable and exceptional items along the […]

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