Friday, 2018 May 11th
The Saline Community Addiction Prevention Task Force and St. Joseph Mercy Health System are hosting a forum on vaping May 17 at Saline Middle School to explain the dynamics of the habit, discuss potential health impacts and make clear the legal issues attached to the use of electronic cigarettes.
Saline kept its SEC Red title hopes alive with two more wins Thursday at Saline High School.
Saline picked up a 5-3 victory over Skyline and a 7-1 victory over Monroe.
Ann Arbor Pioneer survived a late deluge of shots and escaped with a 0-0 tie when Saline visited for a varsity girls soccer contest Thursday. The Pioneers stormed the field in celebration as the game’s final seconds fell from the clock.
Thursday, 2018 May 10th
Winning $1 million playing the Michigan Lottery’s Casino Millions game led to a sleepless night for a Washtenaw County couple.
“I went to the gas station to turn in my wife’s winning instant tickets,” said Don Smith. “I had an extra $20, so I bought her two Casino Millions tickets as a surprise.”
“When my husband got home, he handed me a few tickets and I noticed there was a couple extra,” said Christina Faussett, of Saline. “I was going to wait a day to scratch the Casino Millions tickets, but I decided I’d go ahead and scratch them since I was already sitting there.
Multi-Platinum Record selling and #1 hit songwriter Gary Hannan and six-time Detroit Music Award winner Julianne Ankley will team up for an 8 p.m. show Saturday, May 12 at Stony Lake Brewing, 447 E. Michigan Ave., that Acoustic Routes Concerts promises will leave you captivated.
Get your friends together and lace up your cleats for a night of fun as we celebrate the 30th anniversary of Saline FC!
Artist Janet Kohler has three plein air paintings at the Saline District Library with several other plein air artists from the Ann Arbor Women Plein Air Painters.
Plein air painting is the act of painting outdoors. Artists in the show are: Jill Wagner, Martha Elchert, Lisa Brown Janet Kohler, Ruth Krzyzowski, Sandra Difazio, Sue Craig, Nancy Murray and Linda Klenczar.
The first Saline Area Schools Board of Education meeting for the month of May started out with trustees hearing a presentation by City of Saline Police Chief Jerrod Hart and Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Curt Ellis concerning the possibility of adding another school resource officer for the district.
Goodbye Heritage Elementary halls, middle school is just around the corner! Take time to get
ahead of the game, meet new incoming 6th graders and gain valuable tools to make
the middle school transition smoother.
This Mother’s Day weekend, let’s hope that the weather cooperates and we can enjoy everything that is happening in and around Saline! If it does rain, don’t let that stop you from going out -- there are plenty of interesting things to do all weekend long. Check out this weekend’s highlights fr
Saline Community Education and Great Lakes Educational Group are teaming up to help your child avoid the “summer slide.”
Saline pounded three home runs off Chelsea pitching, but it wasn’t nearly enough to prevent the Bulldogs from victory. Chelsea won 16-6.
Senior Cole Daniels went 4-for-4 with a home run and five RBI as Saline defeated Pioneer 7-3 to complete the sweep of the season series with the SEC Red Rivals.
Saline improved to 15-5 overall and 12-0 in the SEC Red.
Wednesday, 2018 May 09th
Saline High School is the eighth best high school in Michigan and 508th best in the nation in the recently released US News & World Report rankings.
Saline High School senior Jack Toor was one of 2,500 students named a National Merit Scholar by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
Among a sizable list of agenda items Monday night, Saline City Council trustees unanimously approved a 425 agreement with Pittsfield Township, carrying forward an annexation process initiated in 1981 that will make ready 72 acres of farm land for residential development.
Nora Udrys scored the game’s only goal as Saline defeated Skyline, 1-0, at Hornet Stadium, Tuesday evening.
Frances Finkbeiner, age 87, of Saline, passed away on Monday, May 7, 2018 at her home.
She was born on May 5, 1931 in Ypsilanti, MI, the daughter of Max C. and Eleanor (Foster) Ross. On August 1, 1948 she married Lloyd C. Finkbeiner and he preceded her in death on February 17, 2017.
Huron swept the singles and Saline swept the doubles as the teams tied their match Wednesday.