Sunday, 2017 Jul 16th

David Richard Wizgird, 46, of Saline, Michigan, previously of Livonia, Michigan passed away on July 13th, 2017...

Obituaries
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Saturday, 2017 Jul 15th

Blessed with beautiful weather and a boisterous crowd, the Saline Celtic Festival enjoyed a strong opening night at Mill Pond Park Friday night.

(Note: Residents can take shuttle buses to...

Community
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Friday, 2017 Jul 14th

The Legislature met for one day this week, for the purpose of authorizing a new round of state subsidies for certain corporations. The next session day is scheduled for Aug. 16.
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Government
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Several residents on North Ann Arbor Street (and one Saline-Ann Arbor resident) will be without water service until about 5 p.m. today, according to the City of Saline's Facebook page. Service was...

Government
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Thursday, 2017 Jul 13th

Hundreds made their way uptown to the four corners for a free preview of the Saline Celtic Festival Thursday night.

Brother Crowe, an acoustic Celtic Rock/Americana band duo from Detroit,...

Community
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Saline Celtic Festival

The wait is over! The 22nd Saline Celtic Festival kicks off  Friday with Pub Night at Mill Pond Park. Gates open at 5:30 p.m., and activities run till 11:30 p.m. The cost is $5.

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Girls Soccer

First Team

Morgan Jones, Forward, Junior

2nd Team

Annika Dahlmann, Midfield, Junior

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Sports
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Officials from Saline Area Schools and Clark Construction are pleased with progress less than a month into construction being paid for by the bond proposal passed by voters in 2015.

Rex...

Schools
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Wednesday, 2017 Jul 12th

The Saline Masons host their annual golf outing Saturday, July 15, at Rustic Glen Golf Course.

Registration is at 8 a.m. with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Hot dogs and chips will be served at...

Community
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Saline Police Chief Larry Hrinik will retire in November after 43 years in law enforcement.

“I’ve worked in law enforcement for 43 years, the last five and a half in Saline. It’s time to...

Police & Fire
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Come see the Varsity Blues performing choir consisting of 1st through 12th graders sing, dance and provide commentary bringing the audience back through the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s...

Arts & Entertainment
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Tuesday night the boys from Boy Scout Troop 446 finished building 77 new flag poles for the new light posts in Saline.

The flags hang during summer holidays along US-12.

Community
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With all that heat and humidity yesterday, it sure didn’t feel like Christmas in July. But ask Mary Hess, and she’ll point you to a couple of candidates to play Scrooge in the Christmas Pageant....

Opinions
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Tuesday, 2017 Jul 11th

Children entering licensed childcare programs, preschool, kindergarten or seventh grade, or who are new to a school district, must have up-to-date immunizations records or waivers before entering...

Health
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An employee at Jac Products in Saline contacted police after she got into a “brawl” with another coworker at the plant.

A 29-year-old Ypsilanti woman told police she was punching out on...

Police & Fire
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Join Saline Area Players for an audition workshop on Sunday, July 30, in the Ellen E. Ewing Performing Arts Center/(Saline High School Auditorium), 1300 Campus Parkway, Saline, MI.  Students in...

Arts & Entertainment
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Saline City Council approved an encroachment license agreement that will allow John Dunn to build a staircase in Leather Bucket Alley – the city owned alley between his building and Benito’s Pizza...

Government
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The Summer Music Series – a free, outdoor concert series brought to you by Saline Main Street, continues on North Ann Arbor Street this Thursday, June 13th in Downtown Saline with...

Downtown Saline
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Saline High School offensive lineman Dimitri Douglas has always dreamed of earning a...

Sports
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