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Tuesday, 2013 Jun 11th
A Washtenaw County judge granted a temporary restraining order preventing the apartment complex from changing its cable and internet provider.
Monday, 2013 Jun 10th
Imagine going to the theater, and in one night watching a star-studded cast, and seeing 11 musicals and 4 plays all in the span of 90 minutes. Then imagine following up this performance with a party in a premiere downtown restaurant in which you can hobnob with the stars and have hors d’oeuvres along with a cash bar. And imagine that this is all for the mere ticket price of $10. Well, you don’t have to imagine anymore, because that is what will happen when you come to
Here's a look at recent news from the Saline Police Department records.
The Farmers Market will run from 2 to 7 p.m. every Thursday from June 13 to Oct. 10 at the Township Hall which is located at the corner of Platt Road and Michigan Ave (6201 W. Michigan Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48108).
The Saline Fiddlers will tour England, Scotland and Wales on a trip that begins June 26.
Gordon has committed to the University of Arkansas for next season.
Saturday, 2013 Jun 08th
Alyssa Heren and Laura Vaccaro each had three hits and two RBI, while Kristina Zalewski took care of business on the mound.
Heren homered, doubled and tripled for Saline.
The game begins at 6:30 p.m.
Friday, 2013 Jun 07th
The four students qualified at the Business Professionals of America competition in Grand Rapids March 21-24.
Caleb Wittig's 70 led all golfers at the Regional. Saline advances to the state finals at MSU.
Thursday, 2013 Jun 06th
The one-room school house on Woodland Drive is considered a living history museum.
The SHS grad walked from Allendale to Traverse City raising money for the MS Society.
Niethammer has returned to Reinhart after working in the Jupiter, Florida real estate market for the past three years.
Leaky Tiki replaces Toppermost at the Summer Music Series Thursday.
Residents were surprised to hear the sirens on a Thursday.
The Summer Music Series is a big hit with people all around southeast Michigan! Why? Because on Thursday nights throughout the summer downtown Saline is filled with music, kids’ crafts, and fun.
Summer Music Thursday nights are a street party the whole family can enjoy. With warm summer evening weather, cool music, and kids’ crafts provided by Two Twelve Arts Center, there’s something for everyone from 2 to 102.