I’m not a fan of New Year’s resolutions, just ask my husband. Having a house full of friends toasting the new year…yes. But coming up with a lis
There is new outdoor art at Saline District Library, and all are invited to discover what has been installed.
As part of this partnership, Saline Area Social Service is the sole recipient of all Simply Give program donations purchased at the Meijer store at 3145 Ann Arbor-Saline Rd in Ann Arbor.
Excess cans/bottles cluttering your house awaiting spring cleaning? Here is an opportunity to support the Saline Men's Basketball team by donating returnable cans/bottles to the program. Players at all levels will be canvassing the neighborhoods beginning 10 AM on Saturday, March 28th.
Many may recognize Dave Eberlein the guy in the green shirt and flipflops at all the Saline Main Street events. Eberlein's dedication and vision helped revitalize Winterfest. His fun-loving personality energized events for the public and civic volunteers.
Chef Sam Musto teaches about 100 students in the culinary arts program offered at Saline High School.
Jeanne Hess was hired as dispatcher in 1975 and then, after completing the police academy, she spent 9 more years on patrol, working the midnight shift in the City of Saline, before becoming the city’s assessor.
At Saline’s Two Twelve Arts, the artist of the month is photographer Sandee Soloway. On Friday night, Soloway’s family, friends and fellow art lovers met at the center for the artist’s reception.
Saline secured first place at Science Olympiad Regional Tournament held at Adrian College, on March 21. This is seventh consecutive team championship for Saline High School.
A month ago attendance at the Saline Community Substance Abuse Coalition meeting was low and the conversation was not very lively. The March meeting was an improvement. Eighteen people showed up, including three high school youth, to help in developing an action plan
Saline students attending were Christina Yuan, Riley Mitchell, Katie Gilbert, Max Ellsworth, and Jeremiah Leyden.
Speaking to the Saline Board of Education Tuesday, Principal Dr. Julie Helber reported that it was a busy time at Saline High School.
For the second straight game, the Saline varsity lacrosse team carried a one-goal lead into the dressing room at half-tiime. And for the second straight game, the Hornets went to the showers without the “W.”
Saline junior Stephen Jasina earned a 2nd Level Silver Award and a $600 scholarship for placing 7th overall. Saline senior Eric Winsor earned a 3rd Level Silver Award and a $400 scholarship for placing 8th overall.