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Tuesday, 2013 Oct 29th
Dr. Brooke Sharp, of New Era Chiropractic, treated over 1,200 people while in Haiti in September.
Thanks to our headline sponsor Bank of Ann Arbor for their support of this year's Boo Bash. The "Trick or Treat Trail" was hauntingly popular with area businesses passing out candy to all the families with fantabulous costumes. The dance was spooktacular with DJ (undercover cop) spinning the tunes. The Balloon drop and limbo where highlights for all the kids.
What should Saline's public library look like in the future? You can help the library chart its course by joining the discussion Friday night.
Monday, 2013 Oct 28th
If reaction to Friday's fashion show is any indication, Two Twelve Arts Centers' inaugural "Art on the Runway" event won't be its last.
Stone Arch Arts and Events was jammed with happy art-minded people excited to the work of local fiber artists come to life.
Prior to the show, patrons talked to artists and shopped at a small art fair. During the show, they sipped wine, ate chocolates, and excitedly talked about the colorful work of the Two Twelve artists.
Here is another batch of great videos you will want to check out on SCTN's Vimeo page. They represent the great variety of content and subject matter we cover for the city of Saline.
First up is one of the most exciting videos we've been able to produce in quite some time. The Foundation for Saline Area Schools has been instrumental in helping SAS launch its new Technology in the Classroom program. This video highlights why it is so exciting: https://vimeo.com/76071399
The bridge's weight restrictions are expected to increase again after a 2014 construction project.
Sunday, 2013 Oct 27th
Saline (8-1) will open the 2013 playoff season by hosting Belleville (6-3) Friday at 7 p.m.
The road to Ford Field was revealed Sunday night on Fox Sports Detroit's Selection Sunday show.
Saline has played Belleville twice in recent years. The Hornets opened the 2010 season with a 17-14 win. In 2009, again on opening week, Saline downed Belleville 34-7.
The public is invited to attend the dedication of the trail at Saline High School.
The high school cross country season is officially over for more than 200 Saline High School student athletes. Just 14 runners - seven boys and seven girls -- remain in the running during next Saturday's MHSAA Division 1 State Meet.
After cheeering on the varsity boys and girls teams to regional championships, dozens of Hornets ran in the reserve race at Lake Erie Metropark Saturday.
Here's a photo gallery of pictures with Saline runners along the shore of Lake Erie.
Logan Wetzel held off a challenge from Kevin Hall and won the individual race by .3 seconds. The Hornets beat Monroe by a 31-point margin to win their fourth straight regional.
Saturday, 2013 Oct 26th
The Saline girls made it look like a piece of cake by the lake as they won the regional championship Saturday.
Junior QB Trent Theisen threw for 370 yards and four touchdowns as Saline (8-1, 5-1) finished off its regular season with a hard-fought 43-13 victory against former SEC member Novi (4-5).
Friday, 2013 Oct 25th
Saline completed its second straight 8-1 season Friday, defeating Northville 43-14.
Friday was tough for the SEC Red. Beside Saline, the only other SEC Red team to win Friday was Bedford, whose 49-0 victory over Monroe Jefferson was played in the shadow of the death of student athlete Colton Durbin, killed Wednesday in an automobile crash. Saline students who traveled to Novi to cheer on the Hornets wore red in honor of Durbin. Bedford finished the season with a perfect 9-0 record.
Vote for a Saline school on the Bank of Ann Arbor Facebook page and that school could win $3,000 for its art program.
This inaugural Wearable Art Show at Stone Arch Arts and Events will feature creative and original works that have been sewn, knitted, crocheted, dyed, embellished, and more, by local artists.
State Rep. Gretchen Driskell Honors the City of Saline and Saline Area Historical Society for the partnership that helped the Rentschler Farm Museum reach major milestones in 2013.
Thursday, 2013 Oct 24th
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation announced a $1 million grant for Navitas Systems, LLC, a battery company that plans to invest $9.3 million in at its Venture Drive location in Pittsfield Township. The investment is expected to create 125 new jobs.
The company is expanding and moving to a new location in Pittsfield Township, according to the MEDC news release.
Pittsfield Township has approved a tax abatement for the project.
Saline City Council honored longtime city employee Linda Longberry at Monday's meeting.
Longberry retired in September after 20 years with the City of Saline.
Mayor Brian Marl said it was bittersweet to congratulate Longberry on her retirement from the city.
Jacob Douglas, an Eagle Scout Candidate recently completed his project work as part of his service requirement for the Boy Scouts of America. On Oct.12th the finishing touches were put on an Information Kiosk installed at Curtiss Park. The Kiosk is one of three which exist on city property..
The other two located at the Rec Center and Community Gardens respectively. The project at Curtiss Park features a lockable display case,