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Thursday, 2012 Nov 08th

Saline's old pumpkins went for a roll down the hill at Mill Pond Park before they were taken to the city's compost site.

 

 

Many people have asked why I endorsed candidates in local elections.

The simple answer is this: The Saline Post strives to be an advocate for the community.

That means promoting the good work done by local businesses and organizations, highlighting the achievement of the talented kids in our schools, covering the important issues facing the community and building relationships with people and organizations who are also advocating for the community.

Opinions

Wednesday, 2012 Nov 07th

Four candidates for school board ran in pairings, but voters mixed and matched.

Elections

In a surprise to no-one, Dean Girbach, David Rhoads and Lee Bourgoin were elected to the three open seats on Saline City Council. There were no other candidates on the ballot.

 

Elections

Gretchen Drsikell collected 26,646 votes to Ouimet’s 23,609 votes.

Elections

Saline's longtime mayor declared victory after midnight.

Elections

Tuesday, 2012 Nov 06th

 

Brian Marl will be the next Mayor of the City of Saline.

Marl finished with 2,614 votes (60.01 percent) to Glenn Law’s 1,711 votes (39.28 percent) according to unofficial numbers posted on the Washtenaw County website. Marl won each of the four precincts and carried absentee balloting.

At a post-election gathering at Mangiamo Tuesday night Marl told supporters that while Saline faces challenges, he’s ready to lead.

Elections

 

About 250 vendors will be selling one-of-a-kind items and gifts at the Saline Craft Show Nov. 10 at Saline Middle School. The 26th Annual Saline Craft Show takes place from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Shopping

The Veterans Day concert takes place at Saline Middle School at 4 p.m.

Arts & Entertainment

Turnout appears up in Pittsfield and down in Saline, compared to 2008 levels.

Elections

Saline resident Leo Babcock has a starring role in the Village Players' production of Sunset Blvd., which plays in Birmingham for the next three weeks.

Arts & Entertainment

The crash was at Moon Road and Michigan Avenue in Pittsfield Township.

Police & Fire

Monday, 2012 Nov 05th

The victory means Saline's seniors have won the SEC Red in each of their four years.

Sports

Brian Marl and Glenn Law tell us the key differences between them.

Elections

We asked school board the school board candidate pairings to illustrate the differences between the candidates.

Elections

The Saline Post endorses candidates in four local elections.

Elections

Pittsfield Township Police arrested a 42-year-old Westland man in connection with a burglary at Harvest Moon Cafe early Monday morning, according to a news release issued by the Pittsfield Department of Public Safety.

At about 1 a.m., police responded to a burglary alarm at Harvest Moon Cafe, 5484 W. Michigan Ave. Police located a suspect fleeing the business on foot, according to the report, and apprehended and arrested the suspect after a short foot pursuit.

Police & Fire

About 250 vendors will be selling one-of-a-kind items and gifts at the Saline Craft Show Nov. 10 at Saline Middle School. The 26th Annual Saline Craft Show takes place from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Shopping

Sunday, 2012 Nov 04th

At the start of the season, few expected a SEC and regional championships, let a lone, a top 10 finish in the state.

Sports

Elianna Shwayder ran the third fastest time in Hornet history and Lauren Green and Gillian Walter joined her on the all-state podium.

Sports

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