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Tuesday, 2013 Aug 06th

The city is marketing eight pieces of commercial property for just north of $3 million.

Saline City Council plans to review a policy on penalties to late paying citizens and businesses after it denied American Soy’s request to waive a $3,278 charge for an overdue water bill.

In a wide-ranging discussion with Saline City Council, SPD Chief Larry Hrinik spoke about issues with on-car video systems, new dispatch training mandates, staffing issues and more.

The merger, expected to be completed in 4 to 6 weeks, would make the company the ninth largest in the U.S.

This year's Saline Street Machines show is held in honor of car enthusiast Gerald Feeman, of Gerry's Tires.

Monday, 2013 Aug 05th

The event takes place Oct. 3 at Mangiamo Italian Grill.

Campbell was a 2006 graduate of Saline High School.

Stierle, a lifelong farmer and member of the Freedom Township Zoning Board, died in a car crash on Michigan Avenue July 29.

City leaders will explain the circumstances that led to the recent budget and tax increase at a townhall meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Saline Senior Center.

About 60 people gathered Sunday afternoon for the unveiling of the latest Jane DeDecker monument at the Saline District Library.

The Washtenaw County Road Commission and Barrett Paving Materials, Inc. will begin railroad crossing repair operations on Stony Creek Road between Saline-Milan Road and Platt Road in York Township.

A video game system and games were stolen from a detached garage in York Township.

3,000 people stuffed the Saline High School bleachers, covered the hills and surrounded the track Sunday night as they watched Olympian Nick Willis win the Running Institute Mile.

The third annual Saline Summerfest Electric Car Show allows people to test drive electric vehicles and talk to owners about their experiences. It takes place Aug. 10 on Hall Street.

Sunday, 2013 Aug 04th

For the second time in two weeks, a person was injured by a vehicle turning on to Michigan Avenue at the four corners.

The Student Art Show at Two Twelve Arts Center was a clever exhibit with two purposes: showcasing the individual works of students while highlighting the variety of classes available for kids and adults.

The old alley behind Mangiamo and Brecon Grille is being out to a new use. Now it needs a name. You can help.

The The Probility Physical Therapy 5K offers $500 to the fastest male and female runners over the finish line.