100 mph motorcycle chase ends in LO, suspect in serious condition

100 mph motorcycle chase ends in LO, suspect in serious condition

By Jim Newell Review Editor A high-speed motorcycle chase that began on I-75 in Auburn Hills ended in Lake Orion after the driver of the Yamaha motorcycle hit a curb and crashed near the M-24/Broadway Street intersection early Monday morning. Police said the motorcycle was traveling at speeds greater than 100 miles per hour at […]

Get ready to have a fun time at the LO Jubilee and Fireworks Festival

Get ready to have a fun time at the LO Jubilee and Fireworks Festival

By Susan Carroll Review Writer Carnival rides, games and an entertainment tent lining the streets of downtown Lake Orion can only mean one thing — it’s Lion’s Jubilee time. June 22 at 5 p.m. marks the start of the annual Lion’s Jubilee, complete with an official ribbon-cutting by the Orion Area Chamber of Commerce at […]

Children’s Park gazebo gets refurbished this July with support from Home Depot, the Friends of the LOPD & American Legion Post #233

Children’s Park gazebo gets refurbished this July with support from Home Depot, the Friends of the LOPD & American Legion Post #233

Home Depot, the Friends of the Lake Orion Police Department and American Legion Post 233 are teaming up to renovate the gazebo at Children’s Park. Financing for the project comes from a $17,000 Home Depot Foundation Allowance Grant. “It’s really a community partnership with us, the Legion and the cops,” said Alana Hart, community outreach […]

Learning Options 2017 High School Graduation

Learning Options 2017 High School Graduation

By Susan Carroll Review Writer The Learning Options High School graduating class of 2017 was honored at commencement on Monday. The graduates were welcomed at the opening ceremony by Learning Options Supervisor Kristin Sliwinski, as she tearfully addressed the students. “We want you to know You Matter… You Are Enough…You Are Significant to This World.” […]

Pub crawl to benefit Lone Ranger festivities

By C.J. Carnacchio Leader Editor It seems like every fund-raiser out there these days involves either running or golfing or bugging people to buy some product they really don’t need. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to support a fantastic community cause by wandering from bar to bar, imbibing adult beverages and […]

LO Baseball Regional Semifinal on Saturday

The Lake Orion Dragons play Birmingham Brother Rice in a regional semifinal game at 12:30 p.m. June 10 at Clarkston High School. The winner of that game plays the winner of Rochester vs. Royal Oak in a regional final later that day. Dragon baseball wins Division 1 District 28 Title   On Saturday, the Lake Orion baseball team […]

LOCS starts Advocacy Committee

By Jim Newell Review Editor Lake Orion Community Schools Superintendent Marion Ginopolis took an unusual approach to combat the most pressing legislative issues affecting schools by forming a legislative advocacy committee. This committee is not, however, comprised of career educators or school board members. Ginopolis is calling on the power of the people – the […]

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