Detroit Cass Tech has all the big-name college recruits but it was the Saline Hornets who made the primetime plays. Saline defeated Cass Tech, 30-15, in the state semifinal at Troy Athens High School Saturday afternoon. The Hornets will play the undefeated defending state champs from Clarkston at 1 p.m., Saturday, at Ford Field. Clarkston beat East Kentwood, 35-13.
Thanks in part to a terrific performance by the Divers, including state champion Amy Stevens, Saline was headed for a solid second place finish at the state swim and dive meet. Then Mercy got disqualified during a relay. And then, the Saline 400 relay team took care of business.
Saline defeated Cass Tech 30-15 to advance to the state championship game for the first time.
Cass Tech has the advantage in NCAA D1 talent, including running back Mike Weber. But coach Palka's always-prepared Hornets platoon and should be fresh when the two-way Technicians tire. If Saline stays disciplined and hungry, they can upset the Technicians.
The Saline Post is profiling leaders of the Saline High School Marching Band. This year’s band, directed by Nate Lampman, is composed of
Westland's Inspire Theater presents “No Stone Unturned: A Joe Davis Mystery," at Mangiamo Italian Grill in Saline Saturday.
Amelia Armstrong-Grant swam like a state champ and Amy Stevens performed like defending state champ hungry for a repeat as the Saline girls swim and dive team competed in the MHSAA Division 1 Championship preliminaries at Eastern Michigan University Friday.
Schools of Rock is still the hottest ticket in town. Tickets for the annual Foundation for Saline Area Schools event went on sale at 10 a.m. Friday. By 10:15, they were sold out -- all 1,032 tickets for the event, which will be held Jan. 9 at the Ellen A. Ewing Performing Arts Center at Saline High School.
With the busiest shopping weekend of the year approaching, downtown Saline is preparing for “Small Business Saturday,” which occurs on Nov. 29. Organizers of Saline’s holiday shopping event hope you’ll find it in great contrast to the Black Friday feeding frenzies at the big box stores.
The Saline Swim Team hopes to raise $50,000 for a pediatric brain cancer research foundation at CS Mott Hospital. The Swim
At a forum at Liberty School Wednesday, a small group of people talked about ways to rejuvenate the Saline Community Fair, which has seen attendance drop since the state cut funding in 2010.
The 2015 Schools of Rock will be held at 7 p.m., Jan. 9, in the Saline High School Performing Arts Center.
The team of Chris Stankovic and Matthew Brown were Novice Semi-finalists. Winning Speaker awards were Sarah Karkoura, a Novice debater (15th of 86), and Chase Hipchen, a Varsity debater (5th of 27).
DEARBORN -- Saline’s ice hockey team christened the winter sports season on a snowy night, defeating Dearborn United 6-2 at Dearborn Ice Skating Ce
In this week's episode of The Saline Post Show, SCTN station manager Chase Stanton and Saline Post publisher Tran Longmoore talk about th
Lee Bourgoin says he’s going to run for city council next year. Bourgoin, who lost decisively when he challenged Mayor Brian Marl in November, says he has more to give.
The Saline Area Historical Society Presents Christmas at the Rentschler Farm Dec. 6. 13 and 20, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The city task force will dissolve and reorganize as a coalition to be eligible for federal grants which, among other things, would pay for a substance abuse prevention coordinator..