Solon’s administration is continuing discussions with the Solon Branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library to house the city’s first innovation center, a project that would most likely begin next year, Mayor Edward H. Kraus said.
Solon schools are expected to make a decision on a mask policy in the coming days, meanwhile parents spoke out at Monday’s board of education meeting both for and against the issue.
It’s Shakespeare, and it’s live for the first time since in-person performances were put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, Chagrin Arts Executive Director Karen Prasser said with great enthusiasm last week.
Parents once again packed the Solon Board of Education meeting room on Monday, as they did last month, continuing an ongoing debate on the district’s diversity, equity and inclusion program.
A definite sign of summer, Home Days opened last weekend to sunny skies and thousands of people who embraced the community festival theme.
Solon received $1.93 million last week, representing its first installment of American Rescue Plan Act funding through the federal government, an amount not as “transformational” as city officials had hoped, Finance Director Matthew Rubino said on Monday.
Residents are returning to the Orange Senior Center for a variety of in-person events, including a popular chair yoga class. The Brain, Body, Balance yoga class offers participants an opportunity to improve their balance, flexibility, mobility and strength.
The Solon Historical Society announced last week that the majority of contents of a 50-year-old time capsule, planned to be unveiled during last year’s bicentennial, was destroyed by water damage.
A Hudson man indicted on rape and kidnapping charges stemming from an incident at a Solon restaurant entered a not guilty plea during an arraignment last week.
Solon City Council Finance Committee members during a special meeting last week continued to debate a proposed $1.04 million Enterprise Resource Planning System project that would streamline city processes.
In her new role as parent mentor in the Solon City School District, which she begins Aug. 1, city resident Joanna Innes said she hopes to act as a “bridge” for families of students with disabilities.
Due to new legislation passed by the Ohio General Assembly last week, Solon will see a significant decrease in American Rescue Plan Act funding through the federal government, according to city officials.
As the saying goes — one man’s trash is another’s treasure. That holds true for Solon Councilman Robert Shimits, president of the Solon Historical Society.
The Solon Italian Club is back after a 14-month holding pattern due to the pandemic – meeting in person and planning a variety of events – and members are happy.
Close to 50 parents packed the Solon Board of Education meeting room last week for a continued debate and discussion on the districts’ Diversity, Equity and Inclusion program.
Giving a boost to Solon’s central retail district was at the core of one of three charter review committee recommendations that will make its way to the ballot this fall.
During the height of the coronavirus pandemic last year, Solon Senior Center’s activity coordinator Kathy McQuaide built relationships on the phone.
The Solon City Council Finance Committee tabled a proposal for a $1 million Enterprise Resource Planning system project that would streamline city processes.
The primary mode of instruction for Solon Schools in the 2021-2022 school year will be in-person learning, five days a week, Superintendent Fred Bolden said last week.
DEI programming, or Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, is not just about race and culture, committee spokespeople in the Solon City Schools said.
Swagelok is poised to open its new Global Headquarters and Innovation Center next month, a building measuring 130,000 square feet and budgeted between $30 million and $50 million.
Solon is often thought about as not being a walkable community, and that is not the case, City Planning Director Robert S. Frankland told City Council on Monday.
Solon is in the process of finalizing plans for the first phase of the $7.5 million Aurora Road reconstruction, a project slated to begin in 2022, City Engineer John J. Busch said last week.