As a junior, Kelsey Flanagan was an all-state and all-league gymnast who helped Saline win the the SCGL. This year, the all-around gymnast appears poised to follow up those results with an even better season.
The Saline Rec Basketball League is one third complete and teams are still chasing the defending champion Biscuits (4-0).
Saline High School senior Emily Diehl, daughter of David and Amy Diehl, is one of 120 finalists for the Michigan High School Athletic Association’s Scholar-Athlete Award.
Today's Good Morning Saline greeting is from volunteers at Trinity Lutheran Church preparing for Sunday's German luncheon.
The owners of Salt Springs Brewery have taken possession of the old Methodist Church at Ann Arbor and Henry streets.
According to posts on the microbrewery’s Facebook wall, the ownership group took possession of the building of the building Friday. Construction work was set to begin Monday, but work began Saturday.
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, marking its 150th anniversary this year, celebrates its German heritage Sunday with a special service and luncheon.
Downtown Saline bustled with family fun Saturday as people visited stores, restaurants and churches to partake in Winterfest activities.
Junior Ryan Klemptner won two individual events and helped two relay teams to victory to lead Saline.
About 30 guests gathered upstairs at Mangiamo Italian Grill as Winterfest 2015 kicked off Friday night. A disc jockey spun tunes while the guests enjoyed fine Italian food and beverages. In an adjoining room samples of Italian and Michigan wine were available for tasting as well as perfectly themed Michigan beer, Rochester Mills “Snow Dazed” Winter Ale.
The 27th Annual Farm Toy Show Saturday benefits the Saline High School FFA.
The annual toy show takes place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 24 at Liberty School. The event begins with a pancake breakfast from 8 to 11 a.m.
Saline did what you’re supposed to do when a struggling opponent visits your gym.
Every Hornet got on the scoreboard as Saline dispatched Adrian, 57-20, Friday at Saline High School. Saline improved to 6-5 overall. Adrian is 3-9. Following the game, cheers erupted from the Hornet locker room.
After a sluggish first half, the Saline junior varsity basketball team exploded for 23 points in the third quarter, fueling a 46-15 victory over Adrian.
Despite some disagreement over pedestrian islands on Michigan Avenue and a few other elements of the proposed 2016 streetscape project, city council voted to apply for $500,000 grant to help fund the project which could cost anywhere from $1 million to nearly $1.5 million.
The Saline Area Fire Department answered the following calls for service Jan. 22-23, 2015. This list may not be complete.
Today's Good Morning Saline greeter is Cheryl Hoeft, President of the Foundatiion for Saline Area Schools. She invites residents to buy a $10 raffle ticket to win a Ford Escape (two-year lease) from Briarwood Ford.
Community leaders, business executives, customers and friends helped Briarwood Ford celebrate its grand re-opening Thursday.
Are you interested in learning to draw? Two Twelve Arts Center has added a Beginning Drawing Class to its schedule.