After complaints by Solon residents about work stoppage and other delays, the long-lamented Arbordale Avenue reconstruction project should be substantially completed by the end of this week with landscaping to be finished in the spring.
Ten years ago, when two Solon United Methodist Church parishioners began a Treasure Trunk to collect clothes for the needy, a bit of blind faith played a part.
Solon’s public works director shared with city officials last week recommendations and implementation strategies resulting from an Engineering and Construction Department Operational Audit conducted earlier this year.
Solon maintains 23 pump stations throughout the city, with regular maintenance, monitoring and replacement under the purview of the Water Reclamation Plant. One pump needs to be replaced and city officials approved the $28,805 price tag last week.
Solon City Council approved Monday the mayor’s selection for a new member to the city Planning Commission as well as other council appointments.
Solon Civic Club will host its 45th annual Lunch with Santa, Dec. 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Solon Middle School and Parkside Elementary School, 6835 SOM Center Road (Route 91).
Liberty Ford officials confirmed Monday that the pending sale of their Aurora Road site in Solon is off the table, just one month after voters approved new mixed use zoning for that area.
Transportation concerns for Northeast Ohio communities were discussed during a roundtable last week when U.S. Rep. Dave Joyce met with leaders from across the region at Solon City Hall.
The approval earlier this month by Solon voters of Issue 65, a rezoning of the former Liberty Ford site and surrounding area, is the first step in a very long process, Mayor Edward H. Kraus said last week.
By Solon City Council’s first meeting in December, Mayor Edward H. Kraus said he will recommend a new member to the Planning Commission replacing Chairman Eugene Macke Bentley who was elected to the Ward 1 council seat during the general election.
When Hilary and Mary Tachovsky joined St. Rita Catholic Church in Solon 64 years ago, they recalled a small stick frame white church, housing a community that was like family.
Construction is underway for the $40 million Swagelok global headquarters in Solon, with the company on track to move into the new space by the spring of 2021.
Solon High School freshman Michael Nimrick has loved Greek mythology for as long as he can remember, and he enjoyed learning about it in school. Yet playing an unconventional Hephaestus, Hector and Odysseus’s dog in “The Iliad, the Odyssey and all of Greek Mythology in 99 Minutes or Less” re…
New holiday lighting will be in place on utility polls this year at the intersection of SOM Center and Aurora roads where an improvement project is just about complete.
Solon City voters on Tuesday approved Issue 65, a new zoning classification centering on the long-discussed and debated Liberty Ford site and surrounding area on Aurora Road.
A total of $6.7 million in capital requests for 2020 in the city of Solon has been reduced to about $4.8 million as the budget process continues for city officials.
A representative of Solon Park Apartments asked to be engaged in discussions regarding a proposed housing project to accommodate individuals with special needs.
Solon Incumbent Councilman Douglas A. Magill lost his seat to Eugene Macke Bentley during the general election Tuesday in the highly watched and tight Ward 1 race.
Karen Young of Bainbridge has long enjoyed a variety of crafts, from knitting sweaters to creating felt applique calendars, soft ragdolls and reversible toddler bibs.
Solon City Council last week created a designated school traffic zone for the Solon City School District’s new preschool location on SOM Center Road.
While the song “YMCA” pumped through the aerobics room at the Solon Community Center last week, a group of senior citizens had drum sticks in hand tapping to the beat.
Solon is seeing a new vibrancy with the opening last week of two nationwide chain stores in the long-time vacant area of SOM Center Road plaza, Edward H. Kraus said last week.
A proposed new zoning classification to accommodate individuals with special needs is moving a step toward the March primary ballot following action by Solon city planners last week.
A proposed zoning code amendment approved last week by the Planning Commission opens up the much sought after high-traffic streets as potential locations for all types of eateries including fast-food restaurants.