Rain clouds fittingly gave way to rays of sunshine last week as a group of about 200 from the Solon City School District community gathered along SOM Center Road to honor one of their own.
The city is continuing to take steps toward the start of the large-scale $10 million Aurora Road reconstruction, submitting final plans for phase one of the project to the Ohio Department of Transportation.
An ongoing agreement with the City of Solon and the Cuyahoga County Board of Health is more important now than ever, Mayor Edward H. Kraus said at City Council’s last meeting.
October has proven to be a busy month for the Solon Fire Department, with numerous activities and programs, including ongoing fire hydrant flushing citywide.
Solon Superintendent Fred Bolden during a Monday Board of Education meeting spoke about concerns of parents regarding talk of a student protest set for today (Thursday).
For a group of about a dozen children gathered recently at the Solon Community Center, the beauty of the French language and culture was brought excitedly to life.
An over 30 year time-honored tradition is continuing for the Solon City School District, with Budget Bin embracing the entire community as part of the annual event.
Solon Superintendent Fred Bolden reported to the Board of Education last week what he called good news associated with a drop in COVID-19 cases in the district, with the trend of lower reported cases continuing.
Like many girls her age, 13-year-old Julia Gudalevich, an eighth grader at Solon Middle School, likes to draw, play with her younger brother and hang out with friends on the weekends.
The late Joseph V. Regano, Solon City School District’s longtime superintendent, will forever have his name displayed along SOM Center Road following a resolution approved by the Board of Education Monday.
The Solon School District is struggling when it comes to staffing, with the pandemic exacerbating the issue for certain positions, Superintendent Fred Bolden reported to the board of education last week.
Solon Mayor Edward H. Kraus said last week that he is continuing a mask mandate for city staff, and has also strongly encouraged vaccination, but has not incorporated it into any hiring practice.
Solon city officials continue to mull over changes to their ordinance relating to political or opinion signs, leaning toward minimal interference when it comes to content.
Solon Councilman Marc R. Kotora will run against newcomer Michael Kan, the top two vote getters in Tuesday’s Ward 4 council primary, during the Nov. 2 general election.
While a young student at St. Rita School in Solon, former city resident James T. Janson recalled a childhood rooted in adventure – playing tag with friends, flying kites and exploring the outdoors.
The Geauga Park District board voted Monday to appeal the Geauga County Budget Commission’s decision to withhold a portion of revenue from the district’s 1-mill property tax levy.
Upon the discovery of an additional victim, another indictment was made against former Solon High School band director Edward L. Kline, according to the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office.
Issues affecting the state of Ohio and the world were among the topics addressed during an update on Washington D.C. given by U.S. Rep. Dave Joyce during a special luncheon last week.
There is no current threat to the Solon area, police said, following a stolen vehicle pursuit, crash and attempted carjacking involving a 13-year-old male last week that had some businesses sheltering in place.
The value of partnerships was made clear Tuesday, when under sunny skies about 80 people gathered for the official ribbon cutting ceremony marking the opening of Swagelok’s $45 million Global Headquarters and Innovation Center.
Solon is on more solid footing heading into developing a capital plan for 2022, officials said last week, with preliminary requests ranging anywhere between $4 million and $6 million.
There is a formal list of candidates and issues in Cuyahoga County for the Nov. 2 election. The filing deadline for candidates was Aug. 4. There are contested elections for council members in Gates Mills, Orange Village and Pepper Pike. There are also contested school board elections for Cha…
In reflecting on last month’s Home Days celebration, Recreation Director Rich Parker said overall feedback was positive, with an estimated 5,000 people attending the three-day event.
To further enhance outdoor events and offerings at the Solon Senior Center and Community Center, a new pavilion is set to be constructed beginning this month.
Solon firefighter Samuel Presti has been “rock solid through his whole career,” fire Chief Mark Vedder said, and is known to stay calm in any situation.