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Wednesday, 2012 Oct 24th
Today, the school board candidates tell us why they deserve our vote.
Stricter laws, harsher penalties needed for true campaign ethics overhaul, according to Driskell
Brian Marl is the kind of young man we need in a leadership position today. He listens critically, he reasons well, and he acts from a deep sense of responsibility to the community. He exercises sound fiscal judgment, and still provides for the basic services we all expect from our government. He has the experience that sharpens his decision making ability from his work on Saline City Council, and his work as a staff person for legislators in Lansing. Please join me in voting for Brian as the next Mayor of Saline.
The Saline Area Social Service "Adopt-A-Family," now in its 47th year, helped more than 350 clients last year.
The Ann Arbor Area Board of Realtors is offering residents the chance to sign up for $100 home energy assessments These assessments can help residents ave hundreds of dollars in energy costs.
Employee concession, pension reform and a land sale have helped Saline Area Schools pad its rainy day fund.
Saline High School senior Patrick Zetterholm is one of seven Saline High School National Merit Scholarship semifinalists.
How does Saline Area Schools protect the quality of education for students as enrollment is projected to drop?>
Tuesday, 2012 Oct 23rd
Saline resident John Price endorses Brian Marl for Mayor.
The Library-Brecon Pathway project started mid-October. The path is located along the south side of Brecon Park and north of the inactive railroad right of way. An earth grade has been established so that a 6” limestone base and then 10’ wide 2’ deep bituminous pavement can be placed on it. This non-motorized pathway will link Maple Road to Harris Street.
Today, candidates for school board answer a question about whether they should fight the trend toward privatization, or whether they should embrace it.
The Saline High School girls' varsity 4 boat traveled to Boston over the weekend to compete against some of the best crew teams in the world.
Monday, 2012 Oct 22nd
Looking for something to do this weekend?
The Saline Fiddlers 19th Annual Fall Hometown Concert., with guest artists Lonesome River Band, takes place at 7 p.m., Oct. 27, in the Ellen Ewing Performing Arts Center, at Saline High School, 1300 Campus Parkway, Saline.
For tickets in advance call 866-257-5333 ext. 1 or visit http://www.salinefiddlers.com or visit the performance venue box office, which opens 5 p.m.
I am pleased to support Saline mayoral candidate Mr. Glenn Law.
More than 250 vendors are expected at the annual craft show.
A 13-year-old Saline Middle School student fell 30 feet from the balcony overlooking the Saline High School gym Monday morning.
Saline Area Players presents Steel Magnolias starting Friday. Learn about how the actors prepare for their roles.