Local News Needs Your Support
Wednesday, 2013 Jul 17th
The Kiwanis Club and local Boy Scouts cleaned Michigan Avenue from Industrial Street to beyond Fosdick Road.
Two Twelve Arts Center and My Favorite Café present the work of Keith McGuire and Valerie Mann.
The man was hit by a vehicle while trying to cross Michigan Avenue at Ann Arbor Street.
Hornet coach Joe Palka invites 3-6th graders to experience a meaningful football experience.
Saline Main Street has invited the public to participate in the downtown Saline market analysis project.
Here's a preview of the annual event by Fair Board Director Lisa Henes.
Tuesday, 2013 Jul 16th
Andrew Bonczyk is working toward his Eagle Scout rank.
Royal serves as Clerk/Treasurer for Chelsea.
Though blight isn't a major problem in Saline, several city council members say it's something they see more of.
Monday, 2013 Jul 15th
It wasn’t your father’s Celtic Festival 5K race.
Nope. The Mastodon Mayhem Challenge at the 18th Annual Saline Celtic Festival attracted a decidedly younger crowd. For three miles people ran up hills, wormed through mud, crawled through the Saline River, got caught in elevated nets and climbed over walls. Volunteers along the course were as likely to offer panting participants a can of Red Bull as a bottle of water.
Families joined Saline District Library staff and Two Twelve Arts Center artists to create a "Hobbit Shire" Saturday.
Mark Brennan leaves behind six children and nine grandchildren.
Sunday, 2013 Jul 14th
New events, Michigan craft beers and sunny skies helped draw a large crowd to the Saline Celtic Festival.
Sita, a Hungarian Vizla, disappeared early Friday morning from her home on West Willis Road.
Schneider has served the Michigan Supreme Court since 2011, where he was recognized for efforts to reform Michigan's judicial branch to improve efficiency and the courts' service to the public
Saturday, 2013 Jul 13th
Here's a quick guide to Saturday at the Saline Celtic Festival.
The 18th Annual Saline Celtic Festival is underway.
Friday was highlighted by the crowing of Ryan Driskell as Mr. Pretty Legs and performances by the Tartan Terrors and Brother.
Driskell, a resident of Saline, placed first in the competition. Judges ranked the candidates on the basis of leg appeal, knee quality, stage presence and audience appeal. Ann Arbor's Michael Martin showed great promise with his second place finish in his first visit to the Celtic Festival. Howell's Eric Miller placed a strong third
Friday, 2013 Jul 12th
Here's what's new at the Celtic Festival this year.