Mayor Brian Marl and Saline City Council honored the Saline Twirlettes, the baton-twirling dance troupe that won its 14th and 15th National team championships this summer.
Travis Pointe invites the public, Travis Pointe Country Club members, and all tennis enthusiasts to attend an open house on Thursday, November 6 from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m..
The Saline varsity volleyball team swept the host Eagles 25-17, 25-15 and 25-19 at Skyline High School Tuesday. Saline improved to 9-2 in the SEC and 35-11-2 overall.
Saline City Council approved three licenses for Salt Springs Brewery, the microbrewery and restaurant scheduled to open at Stone Arch Arts and Events in downtown Saline next summer. City council voted 7-0 to approved Salt Springs Brewery LLC’s application for a micro brewer license, small wine maker license and small distiller license. The applications will be signed by City Clerk Terri Royal and sent to the Michigan Liquor Control Commission.
It’s been a busy early afternoon for the Saline Area Fire Department. After serving lunch to the 20 10th grade exchange students from Lindenberg, Germany, firefighters were sent to three calls in 45 minutes.
The Sundquist family, residents of Saline, have entered the Uncle Ben's "Ben’s Beginners Cooking Contest"
The Saline Area Chamber of Commerce (SACC) will hold two sessions on Crowdfunding. Local business owners and those wishing to invest locally can learn more about this unique funding vehicle designed to assist existing or potential entrepreneurs finance a start-up or expand an existing business. Discover how the new MILE (Michigan Invests Locally Exemption) act allows you to invest in what you know best: Your own community! Please plan to attend one or both of the upcoming Crowdfunding information sessions in Saline:
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