Navy veteran’s family receives his Purple Heart 73 years after his death

By Jim Newell Review Writer It’s been more than 73 years since Harold Keener died during World War II while serving aboard the American gunboat the USS Plymouth PG-57, but on Friday the Navy presented his son, Donald Keener, with a long overdue recognition of Harold’s sacrifice to his country. Navy Commander James Semerad presented […]

Lake Orion children will shop with their police heroes on Dec. 14

The Lake Orion Police Department’s 8th annual Shop with a Hero program will take place on Dec. 14, and there is still time for people to support kids in need. The Shop with a Hero program raises money for children in Lake Orion to shop with Lake Orion Police Department officers. The officers accompany the […]

“Heroes on the Front Line” reveals truth on community epidemic

Opioid overdoses becoming prevalent in Orion and surrounding areas By Georgia Thelen Review Writer The North Oakland Community Coalition (NOCC) hosted “Heroes on the Front Line”, a panel discussion regarding the opioid epidemic in Oakland County on Nov. 28. Opioid and heroin addictions have more than doubled in Orion Township in the last three to […]

‘Tis the Season for a local author and illustrator fair

The Orion Township Public Library (OTPL) hosts The Giving Season: Local Author and Illustrator Fair this Saturday. More than 20 Metro Detroit authors and illustrators will share their works from 1-4 p.m. on Dec. 3 at the library. Books for all ages and readers will be available for purchase and signing, and children will also […]

Head out on the highway, looking for adventure…

By Jim Newell Review Writer There’s something about a good car, the open road and a destination unknown that appeals to the American spirit. That yearning to move, to get out and see the world, to hop in a car and “head out on the highway, looking for adventure in whatever comes our way,” as […]

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