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Saturday, 2018 Nov 10th

The Saline Craft Show, in its 32nd year, is rated as one of the top 10 shows in Michigan.  This annual event is hosted on the grounds of Saline Middle School, 7190 N. Maple Road, Saline on November 10 from 8am – 3:30pm.  Again over 260 craft persons will showcase their most recent and exceptional work which includes decorative painting, stoneware, rugs, birdhouses, holiday decorating ideas, ceramics, calligraphy and clothing.


Friday, 2018 Nov 09th

What: Rockford (7-4) at Saline (10-1)
When: 1 p.m., Saturday (*Correction - Article originally stated the game was Sunday)
What’s at stake: The winner takes the regional trophy and advances to the semifinal against Clarkston (10-2).


About 20 people brainstormed ideas for a pocket park in downtown Saline Thursday night.

Downtown Saline

The City of Saline was one of more than 1,000 cities that saw protests Thursday evening after US Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigned at the request of President Donald Trump.


Thursday, 2018 Nov 08th

Wednesday, 2018 Nov 07th

Saline City Council wants Fairdene architect Damian Farrell to promptly submit plans for a 30-unit development at 207 S. Monroe St.


Salinians elected two trustees on the Board of Education and voted overwhelmingly in support of a City of Saline charter amendment allowing a five-year, 1-mill tax for road improvement.


Michigan became the 10th state in the country to allow the use of recreational marijuana. With 71 percent of precincts reporting, 57 percent of voters supported the proposal to legal recreational marijuana.


Tuesday, 2018 Nov 06th

The City of Saline’s inability to foresee how a new development and private road would impact a neighborhood has left city council between a rock and a hard place.


The Saline Area Girl Scouts are helping organize the event Sunday at the American Legion Hall.


Monday, 2018 Nov 05th

Join us for an interactive community listening session to share thoughts and ideas on the design and installation of a pocket park at Merchant Square.

Downtown Saline

Saline Community Education's Youth Theater Guild will present a stage adaptation of the children's classic, STUART LITTLE, at Liberty Auditorium, November 9 & 10 at 7:00 P.M.   This production, directed by SHS theater alum, Lindsey Zinbarg and produced by Rebecca Groeb,  has a 33- member cast of Saline students in grades 2nd-8th and will feature a special cameo performance by Superintendent Scot Graden.  Tickets are  $5.00 each and available at the door.  For additional questions, please contact Rebecca Groeb, Cultural Arts Specialist/Theater Manager, Salin


One of the best things about the Saline football team's great run is that every home game comes with another show by the Saline High School marching band.

The band will return to Hornet Stadium one final time this Saturday at 1 p.m., when the Hornets host Rockwood in the regional championship.

Should the football team advance, the marching band would have to take its show on the road.

Former Saline Mayor and State Rep. Gretchen Driskell, a Democrat, seeks to unseat Republican Tim Walberg, who is seeking his sixth term as US Representative for Michigan’s 7th Congressional District.


Sunday, 2018 Nov 04th

Every election cycle, The Saline Post interviews local candidates and speaks to leaders about issues on the ballot. It’s one of the ways The Saline Post covers local news.


This holiday season, Saline’s local community theater, Saline Area Players, will present a production they have never performed before. “Just in the Nick of Time” is a comedy by Linda Daugherty and is directed by SAP theater alum Barbara Day. Held at The Fifth Corner in Saline, there are four jolly opportunities to see this festive show- November 29 and 30 at 7:30 PM, and December 1 and 2 at 3PM. 

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