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Wednesday, 2012 Nov 28th

This year, the Saline Area Fire Department is collecting and wrapping toys for 143 Saline-area kids.

With no money in the budget, the Saline Police Department is turning to the community for help to buy weapons police say will help them do their job more efficiently and safely.

Police & Fire

The Hornets snapped a two-game slump with a 6-5 overtime win against Dexter.

Sports

Tuesday, 2012 Nov 27th

The school district's strategic framework review committee began work at a meeting at Liberty School Monday night.

Schools

The hard-working and ultra-competitive Chelsey Bishop, who led the state in scoring as a sophomore, received interest from more than a dozen schools.

Sports

Monday, 2012 Nov 26th

Five Saline residents reported their homes or vehicles were struck by vandals Nov. 21-22.

Police & Fire

There are no Brian Marl and Glenn Law supporters with the election behind us, Marl writes. There are only people who wish to do what is right for Saline.

Opinions

A Mass of Resurrection will be held at 5 p.m. Thursday at St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church.

Obituaries

The Saline Area Schools district began its strategic planning process Monday night. The process began with 75 people introducing themselves and speaking about their pride in the school district..

Here's a sample of what was said.

 

Everything we do, we do as well as possible

Transport team that brings kids safely to school each day.

Quality of education children receive

Excellence that is recognized throughout the state.

Never ending quest to be a little better each day

The city is replacing Allan Grossman, who has been city attorney for 52 years.

Government

Sunday, 2012 Nov 25th

Saline senior QB Tyler Palka earned special mention when the Associated Press named its Division 1-2 All-State football team.

Sports

Lessons learned from a season of watching Joe Palka's Saline varsity football team.

Opinions

Downtown Saline needs to capitalize on its historic architecture and develop as a center of activity and commerce, according to the Main Street baseline assessment.

Government

About 150 crafters and artists will sell their goods at Friday evenings event, which also raises money for Community Education and Saline Area Schools programs.

Shopping

Saline Area Schools and Ann Arbor teen center Neutral Zone will host program in support of the district's gay, lesbian and bisexual students on Dec. 13 at Liberty School.

Schools

Saturday, 2012 Nov 24th

Ever wonder what Christmas was like in Saline in the old days? You can learn Dec. 8-9 at the Rentschler Farm Museum.

History

Friday, 2012 Nov 23rd

Goals for the upcoming year include more events, a social media strategy and creation of an adopt-a-park program.

Government

Andrew Bonczyk, son of John and Cynthia Bonczyk, impressed city council with his plan to replace the community sign at the fire department. To help, with the $2,000 project, you can write a check to the Friends of the Saline Area Fire Department.

Government

Come out and see “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” in Downtown Saline Nov. 29-30 and Dec 1-2 at Stone Arch

The Saline Indoor Winter Farmers Market is a great place to shop for produce, baked goods, eggs, meat, honey, maple syrup, speciality items and gifts for the holidays.

Open 9am-noon every Saturday, November-April (closed March 16) at Liberty School, 7265 Saline Ann Arbor Rd.  It's nice and warm inside and the vendors are offering so many delicious produce and baked goods as well as practical items such as soaps and lip balms and beautiful items to give as gifts.

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