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There were no new deaths in COVID-19 data updated Tuesday by the Washtenaw County Health Department. 240 Washtenaw County residents have died with COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic.
On Wednesday, March 24, 2021, a contractor for the Washtenaw County Road Commission will begin to remove selected trees along Zeeb Road between Pleasant Lake and Ellsworth roads and at the intersection of Zeeb and Pleasant Lake roads in Lodi Township
Partly cloudy throughout the day.
Wind: 9 mph NW
Chance of rain: 5%
Washtenaw County COVID-19 Statistics
Currently a 2.47% positive test rate in a county with a population of 367,601
16.59 cases per 100,000
0.75 infection rate
Saline Post Staff Saline Help Wanted - Sat. May 8 2021
Stacey Page Saline event
St. Paul United Church of Christ Saline event
Officers in the Saline Police Department conducted four random inspections to ensure local businesses were in compliance with the Michigan Liquor Control Commission laws.
Owen Wittekindt is going to Mackinac Island this summer. Wittekindt, a resident of Pittsfield Township, has been awarded a two-week residency courtesy of Mackinac State Historic Parks’ Art in Residence Program (AIR).
COVID-19: 1 Death Since Friday in Washtenaw County, 2 Cases Among Staff at Local Care Homes, Quarantines Down at Saline Schools
Another Washtenaw County resident has died with COVID-19, according to data updated Monday by the Washtenaw County Health Department. 240 residents with COVID-19 have died since the pandemic began.
Marie A. (Smith) Pilbeam, age 98, passed away on Friday, March 19, 2021 at the Saline Evangelical Home in Saline, MI.
Retired Saline Police Began Volunteering for an Office Project, Ended Up Conducting a Murder Investigation
Thanks to case work by Saline Police Department retirees who were volunteering at the station, the Michigan State Police has reopened the cold case.
Starting Monday, March 22, all adults 50 and older, as well as individuals 16 and older with disabilities or medical conditions and their caregiver family members and guardians are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination
Three people associated with the Saline Community Fair - Kevin Ernst, Lee Blumenauer and Donna Jedele - were awarded at the 136th Michigan Association of Fairs and Exhibitions convention.
Keith E. Brososky, age 90, passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 21, 2021 at home with his best friend and wife by his side.
Saline clinched sole possession of the SEC Red Crown, going 13-1. Pioneer was second at 11-2 and Bedford, the only team to beat Saline, went 11-3.
NOVI - 10 Saline wrestlers have advanced to next week's individual regional tournament at Saline High School.