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Monday, 2017 Nov 27th

Mayor Brian Marl today invited all Saline community residents to join him for an upcoming coffee hour.

“It’s great to hear from the people...

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Thursday, 2017 Oct 26th

Downtown parking continues to be a troublesome issue for Saline City Council.

At Monday’s meeting, council voted 7-0 on a motion that will...

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Friday, 2017 Oct 20th

The City of Saline today announced a forum and luncheon for local small business owners, leaders, and potential entrepreneurs at the end of this...

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Tuesday, 2017 Oct 10th

Mayor Brian Marl, today, invited all Saline residents to join him for an upcoming coffee and conversation event, his fifth for 2017.

“As is...

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Monday, 2017 Sep 25th

A day after Department of Public Works employees removed a racist message scratched into the play structure at Mill Pond Park, Mayor Brian Marl...

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Last week, Saline City Council approved a $38,472 purchase of a new play structure at Brecon Park. It wasn’t your run-of-the-mill government line-...

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Saturday, 2017 Sep 23rd

The aroma of sauerkraut wafted through downtown Saline, signaling the start of Saline Oktoberfest Friday night.

Opening night was marked by...

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Tuesday, 2017 Sep 12th

Saline City Council was a little cooler to new parking restrictions suggested for downtown Saline.

In August, Saline Main Street officials...

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Tuesday, 2017 Aug 22nd

At Monday’s city council meeting Saline Mayor Brian Marl remarked on the violence in Charlottesville, Va. Marl’s remarks were unexpected,...

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Saline City Council gave a firm “no” to a developer who hoped to build a 260-unit development and have it attached to the city’s west side.

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Wednesday, 2017 Aug 16th

One of Saline’s most blighted properties reached a new level of ugly early this week. The vacant house on the former Karpinski property – a Monroe...

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Friday, 2017 Aug 11th

After 32 years in law enforcement, dispatcher Kevin Cornell has retired.

Cornell began his law enforcement career as a part-time dispatcher...

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Thursday, 2017 Aug 03rd

City of Saline Mayor Brian Marl invited residents to join him for a coffee and conversation event from 10-11 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 12, at Carrigan...

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Friday, 2017 Jul 07th

Saline Police officers, already doing more park checks to stymie delinquent behavior, are now increasing presence in Oakwood Cemetery to combat...

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Tuesday, 2017 Jul 04th

The following is a transcript of Mayor Brian Marl's State of the City Address:

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Wednesday, 2017 Jun 21st

About 20 young artists were on hand as city officials cut the ceremonial ribbon on the annual Student Banner Project.

Colorful and creative...

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Tuesday, 2017 May 30th

After a weekend of grey skies, the sun shone on Saline for Memorial Day activities Monday.

Throngs of people, many dressed in patriotic...

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Thursday, 2017 Apr 13th

Today Mayor Brian Marl invited all Saline residents to join him for two upcoming coffee hours, his second and third for 2017.
 
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Tuesday, 2017 Apr 04th

Frustrations boiled over at Monday’s meeting as Saline City Council considered a motion approving the “character and quality” of the hotel planned...

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Saturday, 2017 Mar 18th

The grand opening of Saline’s Emagine Theatre, the town’s first movie theater since the mid-20th Century, was a swanky affair that...

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