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Tuesday, 2018 Nov 20th

A substantial majority of the voters in the City of Saline voted yes on the proposal to legalize recreational marijuana in State of Michigan, but the City of Saline, like many other Michigan municipalities, isn’t ready to allow it to be sold commercially in the community.

Government

Monday, 2018 Nov 19th

The Saline football team finally ran out of bullets against Clarkston, as it fell 21-3, in the MHSAA Division state semifinal at Okemos High School Saturday.

Sports

Helen Richards said her archival work for the Pittsfield township began years ago thanks to a small request from township supervisor and neighbor Bob Lillie.

Government

Lasley, Mary L.; of Waterford, MI, passed away peacefully on Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 102 years of age. Mary was born on March 21, 1916 in Buffalo, NY to the late James Fanzini and Jennie Paligia.

Obituaries

Pittsfield Charter Township Municipal offices will be closed Tuesday, November 20, 2018 from 11:30AM-1:00PM for an employee appreciation luncheon.

All non-administrative operations such as Public Safety patrols and services as well as Parks & Recreation classes, programs, and activities during that time period will be uninterrupted.

If you have any questions or require additional information call (734) 822-3135.

Government

Sunday, 2018 Nov 18th

Saturday, 2018 Nov 17th

The SEC Red champion Saline girls swim and dive were one of the top performers at the MHSAA Division state championship preliminary round, held at Eastern Michigan University Friday. But things didn’t go quite as hoped for the Hornets, who need to make up too much ground to catch Brighton, Harrison and Skyline – the frontrunners after Friday’s competition.­

Sports

Friday, 2018 Nov 16th

When Saline stormed off the field, celebrating its game-winning defensive stand from inside the two yard line in the regional championship triumph over Rockford, even veteran coach Duane Wilson was speechless.

Sports

Let's talk about something serious: bullying. Not only is it hard for kids to admit when it's happening to them, even if they admit it, parents and teachers don't always know what to do. Thoughts flood your mind: Do I step in or let them "build resilience" and handle it themselves? Will they be bullied worse for tattling? How do I know that my kids are safe?

Health

Thursday, 2018 Nov 15th

If you love home-made cakes, pies and cupcakes, baked from scratch using natural ingredients, you’re going to love what’s coming to downtown Saline.

Business

Andrew Parrish told the board Gym America has more equipment which should allow for more practice for Saline High School gymnasts.

Schools

Devoted father, beloved son, brother, uncle, nephew; Kenn Kaye, 46, of Ann Arbor, Michigan passed away peacefully on October 29, 2018 with his family by his side.  A friend to all, Kenn’s kind smile and gentle demeanor endeared him to everyone he met. Kenn is survived by his son Gunnar Michael Kaye (10) of Allen Park, Michigan; parents Dennis and Dorothy (Jaworski) Kaye of Ann Arbor, Michigan; sister Bethany (John) Burnett of San Francisco, California; niece Gabrielle Chen of Oakland, California; and uncle Ron Jaworski of Wyandotte, Michigan.

Obituaries

Wednesday, 2018 Nov 14th

Announcing the 2018 Ride With Santa Coloring Contest

The Ride with Santa Coloring Contest is back!  Enter your coloring sheet for a chance to win a seat next to Santa in his sleigh at the 43rd Annual Saline Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 5:30pm.

Community

Of the more than 100 Washtenaw County students who were recognized by the National Merit Scholarship program for the class of 2019, most of the 20 Saline students who were counted among them when the recipients announcement was made last September stood up to be recognized this week.

Saline High School Principal David Raft beamed with pride as he read the names of his most distinguished scholars among the current senior class that has learned and grown under the roof that he is responsible for at 1300 Campus Parkway.

Schools

Tuesday, 2018 Nov 13th

Students from FFA chapters across Michigan attended the 212° and 360° Leadership Conferences.

Grace Popa, Kaitlyn Higgins, Amanda Jedele, Sydney Masters, Emily Finkbeiner, and Annie Rothfuss, members of the Saline FFA Chapter, attended the event November 8-9, 2018 in Lansing, MI.

Schools

Every year Saline FFA competes in the Michigan FFA State Broiler contest. This year they took the gold, not once, not twice, but 3 times! A clean 1, 2, 3, sweep.

What is a broiler contest?

Schools

Join the Saline High School Choirs and Orchestra for their annual Masterworks performance! The evening will feature various works by each of the ensembles and culminate in a collaborative performance on Haydn's "Little Organ Mass." The concert is Monday, Nov. 19, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Ellen Ewing Performing Arts Center at Saline High School.

Come for the Bake Sale after to support the SHS Choir's trip to Europe this Spring!

This event is free to the public.

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