A patriotic community tradition got back on track Saturday as the Saline Area Historical Society and the American Legion Post 322 helped the community celebrate July 4.
More than a decade after U.S. 12 was designated a national heritage trail by the federal government, two of the women behind the effort have authored a book about the 212-mile road in southern Michigan. Gladys Saborio and Susan Kosky are residents of Saline, one of the communities along the Sauk Trail. Their book, published by Arbitus Press June 9, is called Michigan’s US-12 Heritage Trail: America’s Second Federal Highway.
Most Saline residents are familiar with the Depot Museum, a legacy of the railroad that once passed through our t
Historian and archivist Joe Oldenburg will present “Motor City Roots: the Beginning of Ford, Chrysler, and GM.” Get a behind-the-scenes look at the early auto industry in Detroit! Registration requested but not required; please call the Library at 429-5450 or email [email protected].