A patriotic community tradition got back on track Saturday as the Saline Area Historical Society and the American Legion Post 322 helped the community celebrate July 4.
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The Hummingbirds entertained Saline on a sunny Thursday night. It was the first night of this year’s Summer Music Series that was not interrupted by rain.
The Detroit Wolfetones amateur Gaelic football club will play during the Saline Celtic Festival’s Pub Night on Friday, when the gates at Mill Pond Park open at 5 p.m., and admission is $5. Ancient Athletics will be played at Mill Pond Park Saturday.
“The Quest For Mystic Fire,” a colorful 30-minute laser show, will be shown at dusk at the Saline Celtic Festival’s Pub Night on July 10 and at the all-day Festival on Saturday, July 11, both at Mill Pond Park.
Saline will celebrate the Fourth of July at the Depot Museum and American Legion Post 322.
Stop by the American Legion, at Mills Road and Michigan Avenue, between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. for food and drinks. The Legion is serving hot dogs, chips and a cold drink for $3. The Depot will host fun and educational activities for families.
The annual Saline Celtic Festival – winning kudos as “Most Family-Friendly Festival” in Ann Arbor Family Magazine – is set for Saturday, July 11 in Mill Pond Park. Children ages 12 and under enjoy free admission and ages 13 to 17 are only $5.
One person was killed and another sent to the hospital in critical condition after one-vehicle crash on US-23 south of 1-94 Thursday afternoon.
On Monday morning, July 6, 2015, the Ann Arbor Railroad will impose a temporary road closure on Warner Road between Tamarack Drive and Green Hills Drive to perform maintenance on a railroad crossing. The road will be closed to all traffic.
Eleanor Gray, a junior History major at Grove City College, has been named to the Dean's List with High Distinction for the Spring 2015 semester.
The Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office, U of M Department of Public Safety, and Pittsfield Department of Public Safety will step up enforcement and be on the lookout for intoxicated drivers in Washtenaw County.
Saline Main Street sent out a parking survey to 85 business and property owners. Of those, 37 replied to the 10-question survey. The Saline Main Street board sent the results to Saline City Council, along with a recommendation to continue parking enforcement.
The 20th Annual Saline Celtic Festival, Saturday, July 11, at Mill Pond Park, will welcome The Invitational, the second of five stops in The International Series of Mounted Martial Equestrian Games, and featuring tactical obstacle courses and jousting.
Wagner Road will be closed in Lodi Township starting next week as the Washtenaw County Road Commission improves a the culvert south of Waters Road.
Bank of Ann Arbor is pleased to announce that Crain’s Detroit Business has named Bank of Ann Arbor as one of 2015’s Healthiest Employers in Southeast Michigan, sponsored by Health Alliance Plan.
THOMPSONVILLE -- Two Saline women finished in the top 12 at the 2015 Women’s Open Championship held at