Equipped with latest technologies such as robotic laser cutting and welding applications as well as 3D non-contact metrology inspections, the new 33,000 sq ft facility will enable the company to expand its activities in the light manufacturing sector.
Recent police news includes thefts at CVS and Junga's Ace Hardware, a prowler near Hickory Lane and eggings of cars and homes.
The adult students at Two Twelve Arts are many and varied. Their works are being featured at the center for this month and the next. On the evening of July 24, many of the artists and their instructors were present to discuss their works over beverages and snacks.
Community Invited to Support 80th Anniversary of the Saline Community Fair
The Saline Community Fair is celebrating its 80th Anniversary in 2015.
Henry Ford's dam on the Saline River broke in 1968 when five inches of rain fell. Former Mayor Hubert Beach was censured and critciized by his council peers when his efforts to fix the dam went way over budget.
This week the series features the Saline Fiddlers Philharmonic. America’s premier youth fiddling show band from Saline, Michigan, astounds audiences every time the group takes the stage.
Saline City Council became the first local government to pass a resolution endorsing a proposal to renew a 10-year, .2 mill levy to fund county emergency communications infrastructure.
Saline City Council adopted a local street asset management plan at Monday’s council meeting – with the understanding that it hasn’t found the money to pay for the work.
The featured work includes caustic painting, paper collage, watercolor, linoleum cut printing, duct tape art, weaving, silk dyeing, acrylics, clothesline basket, layering collages, yupo painting, pastel landscapes, fused glass and more.
The public is invited to join Saline High School coaches, athletes, cheerleaders and marching band musicians for the second annual Pep Rally in downtown Saline Aug. 20. The event begins at 7 p.m.
The business will be called Trinity Child Care and Preschool, L.L.C. It will be in the westernmost unit of Saline Service Center, between the Mobil gas station and Baker’s Nook.
“I took the opportunity to apply here because it’s Saline. Saline is a place I’ve had my eye on. It is known state-wide as an educational powerhouse. I wouldn’t just leave my 20-year career in Hartland for any place. I knew Saline was a very special place. Now that I’ve been here, it’s absolutely true,” Evenson said.
The Saline Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the launch of an outstanding new resource for Saline visitors, residents and businesses alike – a new website located at www.VisitSaline.com. The website launch represents the next phase in the rol
“Lightly Salted” comes with a beautiful logo. But what do the words tell you? Yes, Saline was named for the salt springs that brought animals, native Americans and French fur traders to the area hundreds of years ago. But is salt bringing anyone to town today? What does “Lightly Salted” tell you about Saline, if you’re not from here? Anything that would convince you to visit?
What began as a fancy among friends has finally become a reality. The Salt Springs Brewery is proudly announcing their official Grand Opening at 6 p.m. Friday, July 31.