Thursday, 2018 Mar 08th
If you’re wondering why the mass murder at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has stayed at the forefront of our minds, look no further than the students who’ve refused to let the outrage dissipate.
Saline High School students are among those working to keep this issue fresh in our minds. On March 14, at 10 a.m., Saline High School students will walk out of their classrooms.
Griffin Yaklich scored 18 points and Trevor Arico added 12 as Saline defeated Monroe 57-40 in Wednesday's district semifinal at Lincoln Consolidated High School.
The Hornets advanced to the district championship game against Belleville at 7 p.m. Friday at Lincoln. Lincoln upset Ypsilanti, 60-52, in the early district game Wednesday.
Wednesday, 2018 Mar 07th
BECAUSE WE STILL HAVE A FEW SPOTS LEFT, WE EXTENDED THE REGISTRATION UNTIL MARCH 14TH!
Damian Farrell, the developer behind the stalled Fairdene development on South Monroe Street, pledged to start demolishing the vacant, vandalized home on his property by next Monday.
The SEC co-champion Saline boys’ bowling team nearly pulled off an incredible upset at the state meet.
Bowling against the eventual state champs from Waterford Kettering in the semifinal, Saline was just 39 pins short of advancing to the championship.
Voters in the Saline Area Schools district will elect two members to school board in November.
Brian Woodruff, a pediatric neurologist who lives in Saline with his wife and three children, is the first to announce his candidacy.
Woodruff and his wife Amy are raising two daughters and a son who attend Saline Area Schools. Their daughters, Grace and Ella,attend Saline High School and Saline Middle School, and their son, Nate, attends Heritage Elementary School.
Tuesday, 2018 Mar 06th
An new ordinance banning food trucks in downtown Saline failed at the city council table Monday night.
Food trucks have become a more common site in the City of Saline in recent years. Stony Lake Brewery, which does not have a kitchen, often has a food truck outside. The Saline Farmers Market also had a food truck when it was located at the Rentschler Farm.
Tice is a 6'1 kicker with two years of eligibility remaining. Tice was at Michigan last season but did not see action.
"They told me the best player will play," Tice told GoVols247. "That's all I needed to hear."
A small crowd at city hall applauded after Saline City Council voted 6-0 Monday to approve add a non discrimination ordinance to the city code.
Monday, 2018 Mar 05th
Saline's sophomore guards were at it again. Arico scored a season-high 29 points while Yaklich netted 16.
Have you heard that Saline Area Players are doing a comedy this spring? The show is Murder for Dummies by Pat Cook. Although "murder" is in the title, it's really pure fun! Performance dates are April 12-14 at 7:30 PM at The 5th Corner, 211 Willis Rd. Full information is at the website, www.salineareaplayers.org and tickets are already on sale.
The Saline Fiddlers Philharmonic 2018 Hometown Show will set the stage for the group's upcoming “Lake Effect Tour” across the great lakes region. The show will feature new music by the Fiddlers, followed by a guest performance by acclaimed fiddler with local roots, Jeremy Kittel & Co.
The concert is at 7 p.m., April 14, at the Ellen Ewing Performing Arts Center in Saline High School.
Sunday, 2018 Mar 04th
The Music Man hit all the right notes at the Ellen Ewing Performing Arts Center this weekend, as the Saline High School Drama Club presented Meredith Willson’s The Music Man.
Danny Poupore -- the winningest wrestler in Saline High School history -- went out as a winner. The Saline senior lost his second match at the MHSAA wrestling finals at Ford Field Friday. Poupore, wrestling at 130 pounds, bounced back with four straight wins to take third place - his best finish ever at the state finals.
Poupore, a four-time all-state wrestler, kept his podium hopes alive with a 9-1 decision over Southgate's Logan Palshan on Friday evening.
The Saline gymnastics team qualified five athletes for the MHSAA individual finals, held March 10 at Rockford High School. The athletes qualified while competing at the regional held Saturday at Plymouth High School.
Senior Lisa Heider was won the bars to become regional champion. She scored 8.9. Senior Sarah Finkiewicz placed sixth on the bars with a score of 8.525 to earn all-regional honors.
Saturday, 2018 Mar 03rd
Annual Plant Sale: Saline Stone and Thistle Garden Club. Club members sell perennials, annuals, houseplants, and wildflowers from their own gardens. Master gardeners are on hand to answer gardening questions. Saturday May 19, 8 a.m.-11am, Saline District Library, 555 N Maple Rd, Saline, MI 48176 Great Prices!
The Saline Stone & Thistle Garden Club have tamed a bit of the walking path on the Depot Trail for our pollinators. Enjoy the host and nectar flowers as you stroll around our city. Members are usually there 9 am to 11 am on Monday and Thursday to answer your questions. Saline Depot address is 402 N Ann Arbor St. Please drop in, and enjoy the beauty of the bees!