Saline Reporter 106 W Michigan Ave, Saline, MI48176 The Saline Reporter has been providing the City of Saline and surrounding communities with local news about government…More and sports since 1948. The downtown Saline offices are also home to other seven other weekly Heritage newspapers, including the Milan News-Leader, The View (Belleville), Ypsilanti Courier, the Chelsea Standard, the Dexter Leader, Manchester Enterprise and the Ann Arbor Journal.
Saline City Government 100 N Harris St, Saline, MI48176 Saline City Government is located in the heart of downtown Saline off of North Harris Street. The building houses the…More offices of the mayor, the city manager, treasurer, city clerk, police department and many other city departments. This is also where city meetings such as planning commission, zoning boards and more are held.
Saline Coiffures 102 N Maple Rd, Saline, MI48176 Saline Coiffures is located on North Maple Road in downtown Saline, next to CVS Pharmacy. Saline Coiffures is a locally…More owned and operated hair salon situated inside a quaint, historic home. The salon offers a full range of hair care services including haircuts, blowdry, style, color, deep conditioning, perms and straightening. It carries several salon-only hair care product lines including Redken and Nexxus.
Thorncrest Apartments 274 Clark St, Saline, MI48176 Thorncrest Apartments is located on Clark Street. This complex offers one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments for rent.…More Thorncrest is just minutes from downtown Saline, area parks and St. Joseph Hospital-Saline.
Saline Railroad Depot Museum 402 N Ann Arbor St, Saline, MI48176 The Saline Railroad Depot Museum still sits on its original site. In the freight room-turned-museum, it also features a…More freight house, telegraph and passenger facilities. Operated by the Saline Area Historical Society, the depot is four blocks north of downtown, set back off North Ann Arbor Street, tucked behind a party store. The land is owned by the City of Saline and the building was given to the Saline Historic District Commission by David and Dean Zahn. The Depot Museum is open Saturdays for browsing and guided tours. If the railroad lights are flashing, the depot is open. Groups larger than 10 require a reservation.