A significantly larger audience than usual sat in on the Wednesday night Planning Commission meeting. The issue that occupied about 75 percent of the 100-minute meeting was an application by Saline Brewery, LLC to construct a 75-seat beer garden outside the Stone Arch building at 117 S. Ann Arbor St. The planning commission also rezoned the former Houghton School property to make way for a residential development.
Saline’s girls swim and dive picked up an SEC victory against Huron while defeating Brighton, honoring six seniors, breaking school and pool records in diving, and making a couple more state cuts.
Sophia Tzarvas scored a hat trick to lead Saline to the 6-0 victory over West Bloomfield in Thursday's playoff opener.
A win Friday would give Saline home field advantage for at least three games - should they stay alive in the playoffs. But a talented U of D Jesuit team is poised to spoil the Hornets' plans.
The Saline New Horizons Band, under the direction of Dr. Joseph Labuta, joins the Saline Area Schools choirs for a special Veterans Tribute Concert at 3 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 2, at Saline High School.
Saturday, October 18 was a successful first day of the Indoor Farmers Market with an abundance of produce as well as baked goods, honey, cheese, co
Grand Haven kept Jake Cohen off the scoreboard. The Buccaneers, ranked seventh in the most recent Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association Division 1 poll, also kept Matt Fitz from scoring. But they didn’t account for Austin Welch and Nate Barnett, both of whom scored in Saline’s 2-0 defeat of Grand haven in Wednesday’s regional semifinal at Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central. Keeper Noah Taritas and the defense kept the Hornets’ post-season shutout streak going.
Tickets are going fast for Saline Area Players' production of Chills 'n Fills which opens this Friday night, October 24.
Congratulations to the 2014 Green Thumb award winners. Saline Senior Center won for the Business/Public garden category. Saline residents Nancy R
~~Each year the residents of the City of Saline have an opportunity to participate in an award program designed to honor those in our community who
Saline Police are asking the public for help in locating a hit-and-run driver who struck a 90-year-old pedestrian and fled Oct. 20.
At about 12:45 p.m. a Brecon Village man was crossing Ann Arbor Street at Bennett Street with a green light, going from the northeast corner to the northwest corner, when he was struck by four-door, tan Toyota passenger car. According to the victim, the driver was an elderly man wearing an eye patch, with discoloration in his right eye.
SCTN has published video of Friday's mayoral forum with Mayor Brian Marl and challenger Lee Bourgoin.
Saline City Council gave conditional approval of Jerry Helmer’s application for a special land use application for a veterinary office at 250 E. Michigan Ave.
One of the Michigan High School Athletic Association’s most popular programs, the Scholar-Athlete Award, will again present 32 $1,000 scholarships to top student-athletes at member high schools during the 2014-15 school year.
Mayor Brian Marl and Saline City Council honored the Saline Twirlettes, the baton-twirling dance troupe that won its 14th and 15th National team championships this summer.
Travis Pointe invites the public, Travis Pointe Country Club members, and all tennis enthusiasts to attend an open house on Thursday, November 6 from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m..