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Wednesday, 2018 Sep 12th

More tests are being ordered after a recent test showed a contaminant in the City of Saline's wastewater treatment plant effluent.

Government

Tuesday, 2018 Sep 11th

The company hired to study the parking situation in downtown Saline provided its findings and a series of recommendations to Saline City Council Monday.

Government

The Saline Township Board of Trustees was able to take care of their business in twenty minutes at their regular meeting on Monday night.

Government

The City of Saline and Saline City Council announced three upcoming forums to discuss a local street millage that will appear on the November 2018 general election ballot.

“Council and staff look forward to engaging with our residents and business owners to discuss this important ballot proposal,” said Mayor Brian Marl. “Investing in our streets is of critical importance; we must make strategic investments in our infrastructure, and do so in a fiscally responsible way.”

Each forum will consist of presentations, a power point, and ample time for Q & A.

Elections

Monday, 2018 Sep 10th

The Rotary Club of Saline invites you to get to know the people who lived here in the 1800s.  Find out how a Confederate soldier was buried right here at Oakwood Cemetery with other Union soldiers.  Did you know that Saline had a famous photographer that went to Hollywood?  Have you heard about the Saline Valley Cooperative?

History

Audiences in over 300 Cities Spanning 6 Continents Unite for One Week for One Reason…to Judge the Nine Finalists in the 21st Annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival.

Arts & Entertainment

At Saline Main Street, our Promotions Team event organizers and amazing team of volunteers are gearing up for this year’s Oktoberfest – and it promises to be bigger and better than ever before!

Downtown Saline
Marty Stuart to headline benefit concert at The Ark

Acoustic Routes Concerts of Saline announced today that country music legend, five-time Grammy® winner and Grand Ole Opry member Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives will take the stage at The Ark – Ann Arbor’s world-renowned folk music club – on March 16, 2019 to raise money to feed the hungry.

Arts & Entertainment

Sunday, 2018 Sep 09th

Representatives from the Voters Not Politicians group will be at Liberty School (Board Room), 7265 N. Ann Arbor Street, Saline, on Monday, September 17 at 7:00 PM to talk about Proposal #2, which is also known as the proposal to end gerrymandering. This presentation is open to the public. There will be time for questions and answers.

 

VOTER REGISTRATION OPPORTUNITIES COMING TO SALINE

Need to register to vote?  Worried you are running out of time?  Can’t get to the county clerk’s office during business hours?  Want to apply for an absentee ballot? If so, here’s your opportunity!

YPSILANTI -- Three weeks into the season, all that talk about the “rebuilding” Saline football team is fading away. Saline rushed for 302 yards and four touchdowns and gave up just 215 yards of total offense as Saline defeated Lincoln, 38-7.

Sports

Saturday, 2018 Sep 08th

Saline – Chelsea High School Co-operative Ski Race Club

Interest Meeting

Sports

Friday, 2018 Sep 07th

Hand in Hand Music is marking 20 years of offering family music classes in Saline.  The classes, for children ages infants through 2nd grade and the adults who love them, have featured the award winning Music Together® curriculums which have been enjoyed by hundreds of families from Saline, Ann Arbor, Dexter and surrounding communities.  Families often travel from as far away as Brighton  and Monroe to bring their children to the popular music classes which are held at the First United Methodist Church of Saline.

Emergency responders have been busy in the City of Saline.

The Saline Police Department responded to six crashes Sept. 4-6 – sending four people to hospital for treatment of injuries that are non life-threatening.

A progress meeting was held with the contractor on August 30.  The contractor has executed purchase orders with their suppliers, and the procurement of necessary equipment is underway.  Work has started including excavation and concrete for the foundations for the odor control and generator.  Construction of much of the duct work is scheduled to begin in October.

Government

The Saline cross country teams took second competed in their first conference meet Thursday at Willow Metro Park.

Sports

Thursday, 2018 Sep 06th

Saline scored two early goals and held on to defeat host Marian, 2-0, in Division 1 Field Hockey action Thursday evening.

Erin Reilly and Hannah Jarvie scored for Saline in the first five minutes of the contest. Julia Bentley stopped nine shots for the shutout.

Less than three minutes into the game the Hornets scored on a penalty corner. Bridget Skelly inserted the ball. Ally Groth passed inside the scoring circle to Erin Reilly, who lifted the goal past the Marian keeper for the 1-0 lead.

Sports

The Fab 4 may have gone off to college, but a nearly all new Saline varsity girls golf team continues to excel.

Saline added to its undefeated SEC season Wednesday, winning matches against Adrian, Monroe and Lincoln to improve to 4-0.

Saline scored 203. Monroe and Adrian scored 235 and Adrian came in at 252.

Samantha Richardson was the low Hornet and medalist for all three matches. She fired a career-best 47. Emily Woodman shot 51. Chelsea Hermanson, 52, and Sophie Wood, 53, were right behind her to complete Saline’s scoring. Izzy Chehadi and Katie Sloan scored 56.

Sports
Simply Give cards can be used at Meijer stores to donate to local food banks.

Saline residents can support others in the community who may be struggling financially by stopping at the Meijer store on Ann Arbor-Saline Road on Friday, Sept. 7 and participating in the company’s Simply Give hunger relief program.

Community News

On Wednesday, Sept. 12, the Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) and its contractor will close the intersection of Moon Road and Bemis Road to construct a roundabout.

While the roundabout is being built, the following work will also take place:

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