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Tuesday, 2013 Apr 16th

Saline lost the opener 10-0 and was down 4-1 in the second game before battling back for the split in a matchup of two of Michigan's top baseball teams.

Monday, 2013 Apr 15th

Friday was a morning for family fun at the Saline Area Fire Department firehouse.

The annual Firehouse Friday open house, sponsored by W4 Country radio host Brian "Bubba" Cowan and Key Bank, featured a free breakfast, tours of the fire engines, crafts, visits from Saline Community Fair calves, and a chance for kids to meet the local firefighters.

"We love Firehouse Fridays. It's nice to bring the families down before school and let the kids get a chance to see the fire department and all our gear and equipment," Fire Chief Craig Hoeft said.

Sunday, 2013 Apr 14th

The new all-terrain vehicle should help the fire department battle field fires and brush fires and give the department more agility when it comes to off-road rescues.

The downtown Saline business has been making people look their best for 25 years.

 

The 2013 Saline High School football schedule has been finalized.  Highlights include the home opener on Friday, August 30 vs. A.B. Lucas Vikings (Division 1) from London, Ontario.  The program is a Ontario powerhouse with returning players on both sides of the ball and their coaches expect another strong team. The Hornets have never played a Canadian team. 

Saline Head Coach Joe Palka noted it was great opportunity for the students and the community.

Abbey Sovitch and Taylor Mulder scored for Saline's varsity soccer team.

Nick Karapas scored four and Tommy Hickey scored three to lead Saline.

Saturday, 2013 Apr 13th

The community recognized its most dedicated volunteers at the Saline Salutes banquet at Saline High School Friday night.

Jeff Dowling, Citizen of the Year, Joy Ely, Lifetime Achievement Award. Helen Martin, George A. Anderson Vision Award, and Sarah Chu, Youth of the Year, were honored at the annual banquet, sponsored by the Saline Area Chamber of Commerce.

Government officials from Saline City Council, Saline School Board, and the Michigan Legislature were on hand to help recognize the honorees in the ceremony in the Ellen A. Ewing Performing Arts Center.

Friday, 2013 Apr 12th

Come help Fiddlers ReStrung celebrate Spring with their 5th annual Rummage & Bake Sale on Saturday, April 27 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the cafeteria at Liberty School located at 7265 Saline-Ann Arbor Road in Saline.

There will be clothing, toys, cookware, books, electronics and much, much more gently used treasures.  There’s sure to be something for everyone!  We will also have delicious homemade baked goods for sale.

All proceeds benefit Fiddlers ReStrung’s Appalachian Joy tour to the southern states this summer.

 

 

 

Come help Fiddlers ReStrung celebrate Spring with their 5th annual Rummage & Bake Sale on Saturday, April 27 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the cafeteria at Liberty School located at 7265 Saline-Ann Arbor Road in Saline.

There will be clothing, toys, cookware, books, electronics and much, much more gently used treasures.  There’s sure to be something for everyone!  We will also have delicious homemade baked goods for sale.

All proceeds benefit Fiddlers ReStrung’s Appalachian Joy tour to the southern states this summer.

 

 

The Saline Area Fire Department hosts an open house and free pancake breakfast Friday morning.

Cancer survivor Jeff Dowling may live in Scio Township, but he's found a home Saline

Thursday, 2013 Apr 11th

 

Ever wonder what it would be like to be in charge of the artistic direction for a show?  Every director is different in how they approach a show and what innovations they add.  I caught up with our director for Saline Area Players’ production of Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka, Tami HIndes, and here is how she answered some of my questions.

 

Saline Main Street will select up to three buildings in our downtown Saline Main Street district that will receive no-cost design services to help facilitate the rehabilitation of the building’s facade.

The Saline Post exists as a community platform for journalism and for residents and organizations to share information.

One of the best ways to share information is the Saline Post's events calendar. You can use the events calendar to post garage sales, group meetings, banquets, fundraisers and anything else you want Saline to know about.

Art-A-Licious, downtown Adrian’s annual fine arts festival, is now accepting applications from artists who would like to exhibit and sell their work at this year’s fair, Sept 20-21.

Subway wants a drive-thru restaurant at 1010 E. Michigan, while Robison-Bahnmiller is planning an expansion and new parking lot.

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