The Saline Post - Saline Michigan Local News, Events, Classifieds and Alerts
There were no COVID-19 deaths or hospitalizations reported in Washtenaw County over the last 24 hours, but there were 8 additional people testing positive for COVID-19 in Saline's 48176 zip code.
Saline firefighters extinguished a fire quickly knocked down a house fire on the 300 block of Spring Street Thursday morning. Damage caused by the smoke left the home temporarily uninhabitable. The American Red Cross is assisting a woman and her seven children.
Possible light rain starting in the afternoon.
Wind: 9 mph W
Chance of rain: 81%
A Saline High School student has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a letter sent by Saline High School Principal David Raft to parents Wednesday.
James Mangi Saline event
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Heidi McClelland Saline Opinion - Wed. Sep 9 2020
The Saline Arts and Culture Committee is seeking applications for Art Around Saline 2021. The Call for Artists is now open, with a deadline for submissions of December 1, 2020.
There were no new deaths in COVID-19 data updated on the Washtenaw County Health Department's website Wednesday. 116 Washtenaw County residents have died thus far.
The Washtenaw County Health Department has shared a list of opportunities for people to get the flu vaccine.
There were no new deaths and one new hospitalization in COVID-19 data updated on the Washtenaw County Health Department's website Tuesday, but COVID-19 case data is rising.
A motorcyclist was transported to hospital with serious injuries following a crash on Michigan Avenue Tuesday afternoon.
Six of the seven candidates for the Saline Board of Education election are expected to attend Tuesday's candidate forum, held virtually and broadcast on Facebook, at 7 p.m.
Students returned to in-person learning at Saline High School for the first time since classes were canceled March 13 due to concerns over the novel coronavirus.
The Washtenaw County Farm Bureau will host a trick-or-treat drive-through event from 6-8 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 20. But instead of candy, the treats are apples, blueberries and other goods produced by Michigan farmers.