SALINE — State Representative Gretchen Driskell (D-Saline) invites residents to join her for coffee hours to discuss their thoughts and ideas about state government and western Washtenaw County in an informal setting.
In conjunction with the Foundation for Saline Area Schools (FSAS), Briarwood Ford, a platinum sponsor, will be sponsoring the Season’s End Victory & Recognition Celebration.
The Saline Hornets got their first win of the young season, defeating the Flint Powers Catholic Chargers 8-6 Saturday night, overcoming a 3-2 halftime deficit with a strong second half.
Saline High School will once again be hosting our annual College Fair on April 22 from 6:30-8 p.m. in the High School Commons. There will be admissions representatives from 70 colleges and universities in attendance -- the event is geared for sophomores and juniors.
The Preliminary Site Plan for Cypress Ridge development was the main item on the agenda at the March meeting of the Saline Planning Commission. The contentious issue of private vs. public streets that dominated the February meeting was resolved at City Council on March 16, so there was much less to discuss.
In the words of emcee Jeremiah Johnson, the Saline community inducted a new "Hall of Fame" class Friday night at the annual Saline Salutes banquet.
The Saline girls’ water polo team bounced back from an 11-4 loss to defeat Birmingham Groves, 15-4, in the Saline Hornet Water Polo Invite Friday night.
On a cold night at Hornet Stadium, the Saline Men’s lacrosse team’s late rally came up short as the Lions prevailed 14-12 over the Hornets. The game was a physical affair, with a total of 25 penalties called by the officials during the course of the action.
Gov. Rick Snyder said the helicopter crash that claimed the lives of the Marines, including Staff Sergeants Marcus Bawol of Warren, Trevor Blaylock of Lake Orion and Andrew Seif of Holland, is a tragic loss for our country and our state.
I’m not a fan of New Year’s resolutions, just ask my husband. Having a house full of friends toasting the new year…yes. But coming up with a lis
There is new outdoor art at Saline District Library, and all are invited to discover what has been installed.
As part of this partnership, Saline Area Social Service is the sole recipient of all Simply Give program donations purchased at the Meijer store at 3145 Ann Arbor-Saline Rd in Ann Arbor.
Excess cans/bottles cluttering your house awaiting spring cleaning? Here is an opportunity to support the Saline Men's Basketball team by donating returnable cans/bottles to the program. Players at all levels will be canvassing the neighborhoods beginning 10 AM on Saturday, March 28th.
Many may recognize Dave Eberlein the guy in the green shirt and flipflops at all the Saline Main Street events. Eberlein's dedication and vision helped revitalize Winterfest. His fun-loving personality energized events for the public and civic volunteers.
Chef Sam Musto teaches about 100 students in the culinary arts program offered at Saline High School.
Jeanne Hess was hired as dispatcher in 1975 and then, after completing the police academy, she spent 9 more years on patrol, working the midnight shift in the City of Saline, before becoming the city’s assessor.
At Saline’s Two Twelve Arts, the artist of the month is photographer Sandee Soloway. On Friday night, Soloway’s family, friends and fellow art lovers met at the center for the artist’s reception.