The never-ending saga surrounding parking continued Monday night at Saline City Council, which took up the matter again after reviewing the findings of a recent Saline Main Street survey of business and property owners.
In remarks Monday night, Mayor Brian Marl emphasized his pride in the city's financial health, community engagement and said the city will work with the private sector to continue to spur economic growth.
The special event is set 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 7, at Mac’s Acadian Seafood Shack, 104 E. Michigan Ave., Saline. The cost is $65, tax and gratuity included. To reserve a spot, call Mac’s, at 944-6227.
When Silas Finch came to Saline from New York, he wanted to sell merchandise. But there were no buildings available.
A pair of 2015 Saline High School graduates have been named to play in the Mizuno USA Michigan Interscholastic Volleyball Coaches Association All Star Classic. Kara Rogers and Izabella Porada will play July 31 at Kellogg Arena in Battle Creek.
A patriotic community tradition got back on track Saturday as the Saline Area Historical Society and the American Legion Post 322 helped the community celebrate July 4.
The Hummingbirds entertained Saline on a sunny Thursday night. It was the first night of this year’s Summer Music Series that was not interrupted by rain.
The Detroit Wolfetones amateur Gaelic football club will play during the Saline Celtic Festival’s Pub Night on Friday, when the gates at Mill Pond Park open at 5 p.m., and admission is $5. Ancient Athletics will be played at Mill Pond Park Saturday.
“The Quest For Mystic Fire,” a colorful 30-minute laser show, will be shown at dusk at the Saline Celtic Festival’s Pub Night on July 10 and at the all-day Festival on Saturday, July 11, both at Mill Pond Park.
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