Mother Nature provided excellent weather for Saline Ladies Night Out on Thursday night. Ladies started out at Workout 1 and proceeded to visit various participating businesses where they found free gifts and discounts on food and merchandise.
The preliminary exam for Glenn “Al” Bates, accused of stealing $150,000 from the United States Department of Veterans Administration, has been set for 1 p.m., Oct. 16.
While lawmakers in Lansing continue to discuss a long term road funding solution, at thelocal level the Washtenaw County Road Commission is collaborating across county lines to make necessary road improvements with limited county road commission funding.
Saline Area Schools Superintendent Scot Graden said enrollment increased from 5,238 to 5,248. Graden said the district budgeted for flat enrollment. The district's financial budget should be unaffected.
The "Meet the Author" book signing event for Lawrence Earle Johnson Friday at the Two Twelve Arts Center for author Lawrence Earle Johnso
The Saline field hockey team celebrated the capping of an undefeated Division II regular season Monday night.
Saline Area Schools leaders and employees made hard choices for the progress of our schools. Now it’s time for the citizens to make ours for the advancement of our community.
The Saline Area Players will perform Murder & Mayhem at Mangiamo, complete with a dinner buffet, at 7PM October 16 & 17 & 23 &
Five Hornets placed within 17 seconds of each other as the Saline boys placed third at the Portage Invite Saturday.
The Saline girls cross country team finished second at one of the largest cross country meets of the season.
Freshman Maddie Luther starred for Saline at the MISCA meet held Friday and Saturday at EMU. She won the 500 freestyle in 5:05.23. She was second in the 200 freestyle, finishing in 1:54.08.
Cam McPherson took first place in diving, posting a score of 471.24 – besting Walled Lake Central’s Amanda Ling (462.25).
World War II veteran Carl Weller, author of For You the War is over, will speak about his book from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Saline District Library..
The free program is offered by the Saline Area Historical Society.
The Saline Post sent questions to the candidates Linda TerHaar, Lee Bourgoin, Jack Ceo and Heidi McClelland. Their answers are at the link.
Lee Bourgoin, former city administrator and finance director, is one of four candidates running for Saline City Council.
Linda TerHaar, a retired librarian, is the only incumbent among four candidates running for Saline City Council.
Former Deputy Police Chief Jack Ceo, husband and father of two grown children, is one of four candidates for Saline City Council
Heidi McClelland, business owner, wife and mother of three children, is one of four candidates for Saline City Council.