Screenings will be offered in the Brecon Room on these dates: Thursday, March 19, 11 – 12 pm; Friday, March 20, 10 – 12 pm; Saturday, March 21, 10 – 1 pm; and Thursday, March 26, 11 – 12 pm. There is no registration required and the screening is free.
The Washtenaw County Road Commission has scheduled the closure of Austin Road between Grass Rd and Schill Rd in Section 4 of Saline Township beginning on Monday, March 2. This closure will facilitate the replacement of the bridges located at Austin Road over the Saline River and Austin Road over the Bauer Drain.
Saline Parks & Recreation needs YOU (and your children) to choose this summer’s Movie in the Park movies! The events will be held
Lily’s, a new flower shop located at 107 E. Bennett St. in Saline, is a homecoming in some ways for florist Lily Kittle.
The Saline football program invites sports fans and local sports supporters to the “Ultimate Tailgate Football Bash,” Saturday, March 28, at the UAW Hall, 601 Woodland Drive.
Tuesday night’s varsity basketball game between Saline and Bedford began after the team honored its seniors, who walked the court with their parent
Ronald Lee Smiley, 78, of Saline Township, passed away on Friday, Feb. 20, 2015 at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor with his loving family by his side.
Families are invited to attend a Princess Pancake Breakfast with two “very special Frozen” princesses from “Arendelle,” from 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, March 14 in the Commons at Saline High School, 1300 Campus Parkway.
Founded by Lodi Township resident Jim Cain, Acoustic Routes brings live music to Mangiamo Italian Grill once a month.
These outstanding Saline area citizens will be honored at the 26th Annual Saline Salutes Awards Program on Friday, March 27 at 5:30pm at Saline High School. Cost for the event is $20 for Adults, $12 for Students, ages 6-18, for reservations made by March 20.
Emily Diehl is a dedicated volunteer, a top-notch student and a leader in the classroom and on the athletic field.