Saturday, 2012 Dec 15th
Saline Area Schools Superintendent Scot Graden assured parents the district is well-prepared for many emergency situations.
Friday, 2012 Dec 14th
Saline psychologist Smita Nagpal offers advice on helping children deal with the tragedy at Sandy Hook elementary.
City of Saline
Saline City Hall will be CLOSED on Monday, December 24, and Tuesday, December 25, 2012 due to the Christmas Holiday; regular business hours will resume on Wednesday, December 26, 2012.
The City of Saline is seeking proposals from real estate brokers/firms to sell real property located in the Edward F. Redies Industrial Park, Donald E. Shelton Industrial Park, Sauk Trail Business Park, and other properties located within the corporate limits of Saline. It is the intent of this Request for Proposal (RFP) to have the successful broker/firm, enter into a Professional Services Contract with the City to supply real estate services.
The Saline District Library's Youth Department tries to match readers with books and books with readers.
Kelsey Flanagan, Ericka Tapia and Erika Myers helped the Lady Hornets win at Saline Thursday night.
Thursday, 2012 Dec 13th
Saline defeated Ypsilanti and Skyline Wednesday.
Here's how to order the Schools of Rock DVD.
Open Saturdays from 9am-noon, November-April, Liberty School, 7265 Saline Ann Arbor Rd.
Here is what is available:
Fresh Local Produce is still abundant and comes from local farms
Baked Goods that are handmade and delicious including breads, muffins, cookies, candy, granola, donuts, pepperoni rolls, sweet rolls, prezels, flavored popcorn and much more. Also, gluten and dairy free baked goods.
The district turned a $1.5 million deficit into a $145,000 surplus, but questions loom about the impact of the reform in Lansing.
Wednesday, 2012 Dec 12th
Saline Main Street produced this brochure which brings to light many of the great holiday gifts which can be found in downtown Saline.
The Saline Stingrays youth swim program won their first Southern Michigan Swim League Championship since 2005.
State Rep. Rick Olson talks about Right to Work and Personal Property Tax.