Sunday, 2017 Jul 23rd

Saline City Council awarded a $15,443 contract to Midwestern Consulting LLC to provide design and bid services for six paving projects that should be done by the end of the year.

Here are...

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Saturday, 2017 Jul 22nd

Saline City Council voted to spend up to $1,223,350 to fix the failing Saline Rec Center roof.

Council awarded the contracts to CEI Michigan, who provided one of two bids opened at city...

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Major crime continues to plummet in the City of Saline.

In April, Saline Police Chief Larry Hrinik told city council that major crime was down 36 percent over three years. He also reported...

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Several members of Saline City Council expressed concern about a proposed deal to annex 117 acres of Saline Township into the City of Saline.

Council members spent Monday’s work meeting...

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The clear tenor voice of soloist Stanford Olsen rang out, “Jerusalem! Jerusalem! Lift up your gates and sing, Hosanna in the highest! Hosanna to your King!” to begin the interfaith event hosted by...

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The 60th Annual Distinguished Young Women of Michigan Scholarship Program was held at Skyline High School in Ann Arbor on July 15...

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Friday, 2017 Jul 21st

Margarette Irene Keniston went to be with the Lord on Monday, July 17, 2017; Child of God, prayer warrior and a blessing to everyone that knew her.

Obituaries
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Andrew Julius Fischer, 100, of Richland MI, formerly of Saline/Ann Arbor, passed away peacefully on Thursday,...

Obituaries
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Lany Carlos Beckington of Hillman, MI, formerly a longtime resident of Saline, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 79 years of age.

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Thursday, 2017 Jul 20th

For nine years now, Holy Faith Church on Ann Arbor-Saline Road has been growing fresh, healthy vegetables for Saline Area Social Services.

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Wednesday, 2017 Jul 19th

Sgt. Jay Basso of the Saline Police Department is credited with saving a Saline resident’s life Friday.

Emergency workers were dispatched to a home on Hawthorne Way for reports of a man not...

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Less than a year after losing to incumbent Tim Walberg in the race to represent Michigan’s 7th Congressional District, Gretchen Driskell has announced her plans to run again in the 2018 election...

Elections
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With less than one week to go until the nomination deadline, only three people have pulled petitions to run for Saline City Council this November.

Voters will elect three people to council...

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The Summer Music Series – a free, outdoor concert series brought to you by Saline Main Street, continues on South Ann Arbor Street this Thursday July 20th with Leverage. Formed in the...

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Tuesday, 2017 Jul 18th

Sponsored by Michigan U.S. Senator Gary Peters, Melinda McCabe served as a Senate Page in D.C. for three weeks this summer from June 11-...

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Former Saline Mayor Gretchen Driskell plans to announce her candidacy...

Elections
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Donald Dale Rapp, age 93, of Tecumseh, passed away on Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at MagnumCare of Adrian. He was born in Cook Co., Illinois on December 10, 1923 a son of the late Preston J. and...

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Sunday, 2017 Jul 16th

Youngsters from Saline learn the rules of the road in drivers ed. Last week, officials from the Washtenaw County Road Commission joined drivers ed staff to teach the prospective young drivers how...

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People from all over the Midwest visited Mill Pond Park in Saline Saturday for the annual Saline Celtic Festival.

They watched jousting courtesy of the Mounted Martial Equestrian Games...

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