A $7.1 million intersection improvement project at SOM Center and Aurora roads continues to see progress, with all of the storm sewer work expected to be complete this week.
Rain didn’t dampen the excitement of 2-year-old Max Raden, of Solon, as he entered last week’s National Night Out.
This week, citizens are being asked to weigh in on their broadband connection because Solon officials are still deciding whether the city should become an internet provider for residents and businesses.
Last month’s Home Days, presented for the 21st year and for the first time without large-scale rides, was a success all the way around, city officials said last week.
A volunteer Community Life Committee, which formed a year ago, has set their sights on an amphitheater for the City of Solon and shared their thoughts with City Council Monday.
Solon Superintendent Joseph Regano told the school board last week that the district plans to enforce the policy prohibiting vaping on school grounds when the academic year begins on Aug. 21.
Heading into the end of summer, Solon’s Finance Department is developing a 2020 budget, including changing some of the ways it is communicated and reported.
He was just trying to stop the bleeding in the final 15 miles as a first-time competitor during the 13th Burning River 100-Mile Endurance Run on Saturday and Sunday through Cuyahoga Falls, Akron, Peninsula and Stow.
Buildings are rising as part of the construction of the $32 million Vitalia Senior Residences, with plans calling for the complex to be operational by spring of 2020.
Plans are moving forward and steps are being taken toward the creation of sustainable housing in Solon for individuals with disabilities.
Young and old embraced the new Solon Home Days theme, without rides but with a community feel, as the three-day event last weekend opened under bright sunny skies.
Solon firefighters were taking extra precautions during this summer’s heat waves where temperatures soared into the high 90s, Chief William J. Shaw said last week.
Solon voters will consider a rezoning on the Nov. 5 ballot associated with a project lauded by city officials and linked to an area once eyed for luxury apartments.
The new Chick-fil-A building in Solon is moving along quickly, set for a September opening, and is among the many projects underway in the city, Planning Director Robert S. Frankland said Tuesday.
Progress is being made toward the largest part of the $7.1 million intersection improvement project at SOM Center and Aurora roads – the widening of the intersection, Dan Driscoll, construction project administrator, said last week.
The City of Solon is partnering with the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission on a community improvement project that would provide walkability and connectivity.
Without a unanimous vote of City Council Monday and despite opposition from the primary property owner in the area, a mixed-use rezoning proposal encompassing 21.76 acres in the area of Aurora Road will find its place on the Nov. 5 ballot.
A Solon business owner was arrested as part of the undercover operation Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, which was conducted in Northeast Ohio during the Major League Baseball All-Star week in Cleveland last week.
Hopefully, the 35 freshmen heading to Ohio Northern University with lacrosse sticks in stow for the 2016 season had packed plenty of coconut oil, because their growing pains no doubt would be full of stretch marks.
There were no serious incidents of a security nature during Solon’s annual July 3 fireworks extravaganza last week, Lt. William Vajdich said.
Her participation in the Solon Center for the Arts Musical Theater Workshop this summer has taught 13-year-old Simone Davis how to get out of her comfort zone.
Two candidates challenging incumbents this fall for Solon City Council seats spoke out last week about a mixed-use district proposed for the former Liberty Ford site on Aurora Road and the surrounding area.
The City of Solon is continuing to roll out its new logo and branding image, a process that can take up to six months, Angee Shaker, director of business development said last week.
City officials are considering an amendment that would serve to expedite the review processes for businesses making minor changes and optimize business friendly practices.
Solon 11-year-old Mitchell Caldwell was a man who executed a plan as the lone triple-event champion during the USA Diving Zone C Championships June 14-16 at Eastern Michigan University’s Michael H. Jones Natatorium in Ypsilanti.
During summer, about 100 lifeguards young and old are in place, ensuring the safety of swimmers using the pools at the Community Center and Arthur Road, and enjoying camaraderie all the while.
The success of the Solon Police Department’s Safe Passages program, which aids individuals battling addiction, was outlined for City Council’s Safety and Public Properties Committee at a recent meeting.
The Solon City administration is changing directions in its attempt to establish a mixed-use planning district by expanding the targeted area that includes the former site of Liberty Ford.