Lake Orion/Orion Twp

Adults with Special Needs Welcome Rescue Goats to Dutton Farm

November 12th 2021

A pair of goats who’d originally been raised for meat are now living out their lives bringing joy to dozens of adults with special needs as the newest pets on Dutton Farm in Rochester.

Nov. 20 – Magic of Hope to Benefit North Oakland Community Coalition 

November 12th 2021

Anthony combines magic and his personal experience with anxiety and depression to make the stigma surrounding mental health disappear.

Nov. 18 – Sing and Stroll Tree Lighting in Lake Orion 

November 12th 2021

Join us in the Children’s Park in Downtown Lake Orion for an evening of Music, Dancing, Singing, Roasting Marshmallows, Cocoa, Entertainment Photo Opportunities and of course the annual lighting of the tree and streets.

Michigan Approves Two Year Vehicle Registration Option

November 11th 2021

House Bill 4117 allows drivers to choose a 2-year vehicle registration, improving the convenience of Secretary of State services.

Chris Ward Named Director of Oakland County Parks and Recreation

November 11th 2021

Oakland County Deputy County Executive Chris Ward has been named Parks Director for Oakland County Parks and Recreation.

Reporter Food: 313 Pizza Bar in Lake Orion

November 9th 2021

313 Pizza Bar is located at 37 East Flint Street in Downtown Lake Orion.  Dine in or order online at

Pictures from LO Palooza 2021

November 7th 2021

Since 2014 LO Palooza has been bringing together a day of live music and family fun to raise money for accessible recreational spaces.

Reporter Food: Sick Pizza in Oxford

November 6th 2021

With a variety of pies, subs, and salads Sick Pizza has been a welcome addition to the community.

State Touts Economic Impact on Women & Families with Repeal of Tampon Tax

November 5th 2021

Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed SB 153, the second half of a bipartisan package to repeal the tax on essential menstrual products,

Funding Available For Businesses to Set Up Apprentice Programs

November 4th 2021

More than $500,000 in funding is available to eligible employers to help offset the costs of launching a registered apprenticeship program.