Saline Mon. May 10 2021
Trustee Aramide Boatswain has resigned from the Saline Board of Education to relocate, according to a news release posted by Saline Area Schools.
Saline scored six goals in six minutes to blow open their SEC Red game against Pioneer. Saline won 13-7 and remained unbeaten in the SEC Red with just one contest remaining against Huron Monday.
Augie Hutchison won his first start as four Hornet pitchers combined for a one-hitter in Saline's 2-1 victory over Skyline Wednesday. On Monday, Saline split two games at Skyline.
PRESS RELEASE: Memorial Day Parade Canceled Due to COVID-19, But Activities Planned for Oakwood Cemetery
In light of COVID-19 protocols and procedures, the 2021 Saline Memorial Day parade has been postponed until 2022. However, a formal program including speeches, presentations, and music will still be held at Oakwood Cemetery on Monday, May 31st.
Mayor Marl: South Monroe Street Development Has Until the End of the Month to Pour Foundations, Pull Building Permits
City of Saline Mayor Brian Marl and city council have apparently run out of patience with Fairdeen, the stalled proposed 30-unit condo development at 207 S. Monroe St.
The Saline boys' track and field team won all but two events in a 123-13 victory over Ypsilanti Tuesday at Saline High School.
The Saline girls track and field team won all but one event in a 132-5 victory over Ypsilanti Tuesday at Saline High School.
South Ann Arbor Street in downtown Saline closes Wednesday morning. The street is closed to recreate "Umbrella Square," an outdoor dining area serving customers of Carrigan Cafe, Brecon Grille, Mac's Acadian Seafood Shack and Smokehouse 52.