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Wednesday, 2012 Oct 17th

Anyone who has seen this woman is asked to call Saline Police Sgt. Kevin Murphy or Det. Don Lupi at (734) 429-7911.

Police & Fire

Saline defeated Skyline in four sets Tuesday night at Skyline.

For the video and story, click here.


Some people like his policies and others hate his policies. Either way, Salinians were happy to have Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder visit the city Monday.

Snyder attended a town hall meeting hosted by State Rep. Mark Ouimet at Liberty School Monday night. An audience of 250 people, including Cub Scouts, teachers, senior citizens and local politicians, appeared to hear the governor and pose questions.


Tuesday, 2012 Oct 16th

The historic wooden caboose located at the Saline Depot and which is a major point of interest within our community is in need of serious repairs. The Saline Area Historic Society (SAHS) has over the years kept up with the appearance of the caboose and had planned to repaint it this year. While preparing for the exterior painting, it was discovered that some of the wood on the north side had rotted. The removal of those boards revealed even more serious rot in some of the structural timbers.

Saline Parks and  Recreation hosted one of eight NFL Punt Pass & Kick Sectionals that took place throughout the state of Michigan this weekend. 

The Saline Sectional represented the first place winners from 10 surrounding communities. The competition was broken down into 10 divisions based on age and gender. Those who placed first on Sunday are eligible to compete at the State Championship Competition that will be held Dec. 2 at Ford Field. The top four athletes out of the 8 sectionals can move on in each division.

Here are the results from Sunday:


The Saline Rec Center provides great programming for local families. But it also costs the city money. Should the city continue to partially fund the Rec Center from the general fund?


A memorial service will be held on Friday, Oct. 19, at 11 a.m. at Robison-Bahnmiller Funeral Home.


Monday, 2012 Oct 15th

Iott Insurance was named Business Enterprise Award winner for 2012 by the Saline Area Chamber of Commerce.


Seven Saline High School students are among 16,000 Semifinalists in the 58th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.

Making the cut from Saline are Louisa Antonelli, Allison Collins, James Corcoran, Kelly Hall, Jessica Lipa, Ryan Whitfield and Patrick Zetterholm.

These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 8,300 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $32 million that will be offered next spring.


Saline has an aging population and a shortage of affordable senior housing. What can the city do to address this need?


Sunday, 2012 Oct 14th

Saline has an aging population and a shortage of affordable senior housing. What can the city do to address this need?


What should be done about class sizes in Saline Area Schools?


Today we ask the school board candidates, would you support a bond proposal to pay for infrastructure needs?


Saturday, 2012 Oct 13th

People can enroll in the study at the UAW 892 Hall from noon to 6 p.m., Nov. 1.

Community News

Freshman Hayleigh Cummings was Saline’s fastest over the finish line as seven Hornets placed in the top 12.


The district is introduces world language curriculum to elementary schools next year. A new committee will help plan the new program.


Check out pictures from Saline's big win at Skyline Friday.

Saline finished tied with Pioneer atop the SEC Red with a 5-1 record. The Hornets finish the regular season next week at home to Novi.


Friday, 2012 Oct 12th

Organizers hope to collect stories of how Agent Orange is affecting Vietnam Veterans and their families.

Community News

Stonebridge Golf Club was received the 2012 Business Enterprise Award from the Saline Area Chamber of Commerce.