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Both the number of COVID-19 cases among staff of the Solon Fire Department as well as the patients they serve have gone down very dramatically, Fire Chief Mark Vedder said, while some programming at the department is slowly returning.

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Outdoor events and activities marking end-of-year milestones for Solon students begins this month, including senior prom and a traditional graduation ceremony for the Class of 2021.

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The city is looking at a risk when it comes to its largest revenue source – income tax – specifically withholding from employers, Finance Director Matthew Rubino reported Monday.

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One Solon councilman asked that pressure be put on the owner of the former Liberty Ford property to clean up the vacant site on Aurora Road and tackle any remediation, according to documents obtained by the Times.

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Lady Comets endure growing pains as they drop twin bill to Aurora

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A town hall meeting slated for next week will lead to the final recommendations for a Solon Connects plan, which aims to provide walkability and mobility throughout the community.

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Former resident looks for Moses Cleaveland trees throughout Solon

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Area Muslims next week will begin marking their second year of Ramadan during the coronavirus pandemic, taking a holiday traditionally rooted in gatherings of community, friends and family and giving it a virtual twist.

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Grantwood Golf Course is open and in full swing for the season, seeing an increase in play compared to previous years.

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Solon city officials on Monday approved temporary lifting of a no-truck restriction along Richmond Road to accommodate a detour associated with the upcoming Solon Road reconstruction project.

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For the second year in a row, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Solon Italian Club has canceled its large-scale Easter egg hunt, which typically drew more than 1,000 children to the Solon High School Football Field.

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In the cold rain and high winds last Friday, a group of children and families found warmth around an outdoor fire at the Chabad Jewish Center of Solon, where the burning of the chametz took place just before Passover.

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine received an outpouring of support from health professionals earlier this week when he vetoed Senate Bill 22 that would have allowed state lawmakers to randomly rescind public health orders that they did not like or want to follow.

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Registration is under way for an outdoor Solon Job Fair in the Park, a joint effort that the Solon Chamber of Commerce and City of Solon call critical in an ongoing effort toward workforce development during the continuing coronavirus pandemic.

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In Solon for 41 years and home to “Cleveland’s best corned beef in town,” Chicago Deli & Grill is weathering the coronavirus pandemic with a continued focus on the community.