There were no new deaths in COVID-19 data updated Tuesday afternoon by the Washtenaw County Health Department. It's been eight days since the health department recorded a new COVID-19-related death. 235 Washtenaw County residents have died with COVID-19.
Josephine Ann Feldkamp, age 86, passed away on Monday, March 1, 2021 under the care of Arbor Hospice at Ashley Court in Brighton. She was born August 24, 1934 in Dearborn, Michigan, the daughter of Don and Grace (Jameson) Ford.
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Washtenaw County COVID-19 Statistics
Currently a 2.13% positive test rate in a county with a population of 367,601
11.5 cases per 100,000
0.78 infection rate
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The Saline Police Department is seeking help identifying a suspect in a retail fraud incident at the Tractor Supply Co. Feb. 27.
The Saline Police Department is seeking the public's help identifying a person suspected of retail fraud at Busch's Fresh Food Market.
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The Saline City Council officially kicked off efforts to improve the city's sanitary system at Monday's meeting, voting 7-0 to approve a resolution bond for up to $8.3 million for several projects.
Three Hornets reached double figures in scoring as Saline defeated Livonia Stevenson, 53-24, Monday.
The undefeated Saline varsity girls basketball team ranks fifth in the Michigan Association Press Division 1 high school basketball poll.
COVID-19: No Deaths, Six Hospitalizations Since Friday in Washtenaw County, Fewer in Quarantine in Saline Schools
It's been a week since Washtenaw County reported a COVID-19 death. Quarantines are down in Saline Schools. There were no new cases at Saline area nursing homes. Hospitalizations are rising in Michigan.
Dale E. Weidmayer, age 76, entered his heavenly home on Friday, February 26, 2021 after a short battle with cancer. A life-long resident of Freedom Township, he spent his entire life dedicated to agriculture.