Friday, 2019 Feb 22nd
Move over, Food Network. Saline has its own baking champions. Saline students recently had the chance to compete in the Michigan Easy Bake Off. The event, which was sponsored in partnership with Saline Community Education, was held at Harvest Elementary School on Thursday, February 21.
Do you have any bags, scarves, or jewelry sitting around that you want to get rid of? Consider donating them to Saline Area Senior Center. We are now collecting gently used items for our future Jewelry and Bag Sale fundraiser in the fall. You can bring them to SASC, 7190 N. Maple Rd, located behind the middle school. Questions? Call Megan at 734-429-9274 or email, email@example.com. Thank you for your support!
John Loomis of the Cheese Shop of Saline has today's Good Morning Saline greeting. Plus the National Merit Scholarship finalists, SAFD Firecalls and Chief vs Chief at the 5th Corner Chili Wars Saturday.
All 10 of Saline’s National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists have made it through to the finals in the competition for more than $32 million in scholarships which will be offered this spring.
Saline City Council has reached consensus to participate in a coalition of communities forming to bring better recycling and waste hauling to the region.
Mayor Brian Marl and Saline City Council will strike a working group to study the medical marijuana issue.
In January, a group led by pharmacists from Dearborn and Detroit pitched the idea for a medical marijuana dispensary for the City of Saline.
Thursday, 2019 Feb 21st
Saline's Boy Scout Troop 446 held an Eagle Scout Court of Honor on Thursday, January 31 to honor the achievement of Zachary Mayrend in earning Eagle Scout Rank. The Eagle Scout rank is the highest achievement in the Boy Scout Program of the Boy Scouts of America. To become an Eagle Scout, among many other requirements, a scout must complete an Eagle Scout Service Project, that demonstrates leadership and benefits the community.
Dexter, MI - I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change is an uproarious, award-winning musical comedy presented by Dexter Community Players. Directed by Keshia Daisy Oliver, with musical direction by Jonathan Sills, this dinner theater performance will be at the Columbus Hall & Banquet Center. Our talented cast consists of four actors (Leo Babcock, Devin Gill, Nick Rapson, and Jessica Terlep) who tackle the challenge of intimately portraying multiple roles.
SHS DRAMA CLUB TO PERFORM SHREK THE MUSICAL MARCH 1-3, 2019
Good Morning Saline, from Todd Lands and the ROMEOs (Retired Old Men Eating Out) at Dan's Wednesday. Also - some news about the Andelina Farms hearing, in Saline March 21.
Staff at Saline High School and Heritage School have until March 1 to submit their ideas for the "IDEA Swam" pilot program that was launched this year to crowdsource ideas from within the district and distill the best ideas from them via a digital referendum system.
Parents and guardians of the 716 students in Saline Area Schools who qualify for an Individualized Education Program due to learning or attention challenges have a lot to feel positive about during the 2018-19 school year.
Imagine a group of Saline Area Schools first graders interacting with children in a classroom on the other side of an ocean via Skype, Google Hangouts, or some other means of video conferencing over the Internet.
At the urging of city leaders, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality will hold a public hearing in Saline for the proposed permit for the Andelina Farms wastewater discharge plan.
Wednesday, 2019 Feb 20th
Good morning Saline from retiring Saline bowling coach - Saline's founding bowling coach - John McMullen. Plus some news about Wacker Chemical and the weather.
Pittsfield Township residents concerned about a chemical company’s plans to build its headquarters and research and development labs next to a park on Textile Road peppered company officials with questions at a forum held Tuesday night at Harvest Elementary School.
On an afternoon when Saline honored its two seniors, Ben Learman and Brittney Tuck, the Hornets had a chance to clinch a tie for the SEC Red title.
Tuesday, 2019 Feb 19th
Pittsfield police have released more information about the Sunday evening collision that sent three people to area hospitals.
Plans to convert the former Boysville campus, in Macon Township, to a rehabilitative bootcamp for non-violent criminals are the subject of a public meeting planned for Wednesday evening.