Friday, 2019 Mar 22nd
Today we have another Good Morning Saline greeting from The Saline Area Players, who present Scrambled, Friday and Saturday at the Fifth Corner.
Saline Mayor Brian Marl and City Councillor Dean Girbach were among several people who spoke in opposition to a permit for the Andelina Farms wastewater system at a Michigan Department of Environmental Quality public hearing held Thursday at Saline City Hall. Also speaking out against the project was a representative for Pulte Homes – which is building another phase of Huntington Woods not far from where wastewater would be discharged into an unnamed tributar
Thursday, 2019 Mar 21st
Acoustic Routes Concerts returns to Stony Lake Brewing, 447 E. Michigan Ave., Saline, on Sunday, March 22 at 7:30 p.m. with Minneapolis-based guitar virtuoso Dakota Dave Hull.
As Michigan Department of Environmental officials come to Saline for Thursday’s public hearing on the wastewater treatment plan for Andelina Farms, the subdivision planned for Saline Township, west of the city limits, government leaders continue to meet with the developer.
Karrie Waarala and The Saline Area Players Present "Scrambled" at the Fifth Corner Teen Center Thursday, Friday and Saturday. For tickets and other information, click here.
Wednesday, 2019 Mar 20th
Saline Area Players had their last dress rehearsal Wednesday night and are ready to present Scrambled, a play written by Pat Cook, to the community. Shows are Thursday - Saturday nights at 7:30 PM. Tickets at the door are cash or check. Doors open at 7 PM to general admission seating - The 5th Corner, 211 Willis Rd. Steps lead to the entrance and theater area.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency is accepting comments on its plans to allow Paxton Resources to inject fluid underground to drill oil in Saline Township.
Saline Area Schools presented the annual String Fling at Saline High School Tuesday night.
Students from grades five through 12 fiddled in front of a large crowd in the gymnasium.
The concert began with the fifth grade orchestra performing Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 5. Then the middle school orchestras played. The first half of the show concluded with a performance by the middle school fiddle club.
The Saline Township Board of Trustees approved the 2019-20 budget at their meeting Monday night. The 2019-20 budget totals $649,086, an increase of $41,505 over the 2018-19 budget. The board approved budget includes $125,000 and $80,000 for road and bridge repairs. The township went over budget by $13,044 for recycling services.
Saline's Emagine Theatre is screening The Russian Five, the documentary about the Detroit Red Wings' legendary Russian hockey players who helped build Hockeytown. The film documents how former Red Wings owner Mike Ilitch and his staff smuggled Sergei Fedorov, Slava Kozlov and Vladimir Konstantinov into the United States just before the Cold War thawed. Then, coach Scotty Bowman brought Red Army legends Igor Larionov and Slava Fetisov to Detroit.
Tuesday, 2019 Mar 19th
Natalie June (Klapchuk) Springsteen, age 93, passed away on Sunday, March 17, 2019 in Saline. She was born on June 9, 1925, in Detroit, the daughter of George and Mary Klapchuk, who had emigrated to this country from the Ukraine and Poland. She was three years old when they to moved to Dowagiac, MI. When she was 4 years old, a talent agent from Hollywood saw her tap dancing and wanted to take her there, but her parents wouldn't let her. The family lived above their lunch restaurant, George's Place, on Beeson Street downtown until she was 14.
Stop in on Wednesday, March 20 from 11:30am-1pm and taste 10 different chili recipes.
Saline Area Fire Department
Saline Area Police Department
Saline Liberty Club
Saline Farmer's Market
The Alternative Chef
Heartland Health Care
Saline Area Schools Transportation
Oscar's Sports & Grill
This event is open to all. $5 entrance fee.
SASC is located behind Saline Middle School.
While Saline has joined a coalition of communities working toward long-term recycling efficiencies and improvements, there are pressing short-term considerations, too.
Monday, 2019 Mar 18th
The Saline Area Chamber of Commerce and City of Saline paid tribute to Saline's most dedicated citizens at the Saline Salutes banquet, Friday, at EHM Senior Solutions. About 100 people attended the event.
Citizen of the Year went to David and Priscilla Olsen, known for their community volunteerism. The Olsens are snowbirds and couldn't attend because they'd previously committed to attend a wedding. Gretchen Waters spoke on behalf of the Olsens and read a letter from David Olsen.
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Sunday, 2019 Mar 17th
Betty Jean Danneffel, age 92, passed away on Friday, March 15, 2019 in Saline.
She was born on June 4, 1926 in Grosse Pointe, the daughter of Herman N. and Marie (Burlingame) Bruce.
Betty was employed by the University of Michigan from January 1, 1960 to November 1, 1991, and was the Manager of Faculty and Staff Records for much of her career there. She was a member of the University of Michigan M Club, as an avid fan of all U of M sports; the Ann Arbor Civic Club; and was a member of the Kiwanis Club of Saline for many years, serving as Secretary from 1993 to 2008.
Robert Leroy Stapleton of Milan, Mich., age 90, passed away on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at his home.
Thousands braved icy roads and early morning snow squalls to visit the Saline Spring Craft Show at Saline Middle School Sunday morning. Organizers say the early morning crowds were a little lighter than normal because of the weather. But as road conditions improved but low temperatures and blustery wind remained, the popular spring craft show in a warm gymnasium became a more inviting idea.