Solon Center for the Arts is hosting two unique summer camps which will enable campers to be part of a production of Disney’s “The Lion King, Jr.”
Joshua Kahn, a 2023 graduate of Beachwood High School, saw a need in his community and in the neighboring community of Solon. The high school senior had witnessed the difficulty police officers have in corralling lost or stray dogs.
At a recent Solon Planning Commission meeting, members voted to recommend that Solon City Council approve site plans for Hawthorne Golf Estates, the 102-home subdivision for residents ages 50 and over that will be built in Solon by developer Larry Apple.
On May 25, 426 members of the Solon High School class of 2023 crossed the stage of the State Theater in Cleveland, completing their four years at Solon High with smiles and cheers. This class’ journey included enduring a global pandemic in 2020, followed by numerous changes to events and act…
Some local residents and city employees attended a CPR Certification Class at the Solon Community Center recently, learning the techniques for handling emergencies such as cardiac arrest, child and adult choking, and the use of an AED, or automated external defibrillator.
At 7 p.m. Friday, May 26, four young playwrights will see their work performed live upon the stage at the Solon Center for the Arts SCA Theater.
Of the 825 vehicles which went through the Solon Police Department’s Sobriety Checkpoint from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. May 13, 733 were checked and 19 were diverted for further review.
A two-pronged program presented by Highland Springs Health and the Solon Police Department lets attendees know of the mental health resources right here in Solon.
For Michaleen and Bob Paul, early May is the time to hit up their family and friends for donations.
It was a Science Olympiad state sweep for the teams from Solon Schools.
In 2021, the City of Solon formed a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Workforce Committee to identify ways to make the city workplace more inclusive.
Citing his exemplary leadership, Solon City Schools Board of Education approved a five-year contract for Superintendent Fred Bolden that extends from August, 2023, through July, 2028.
As if on cue, one of the handful of dogs attending the May 8 grand opening of Nestle’s Kellie Radford Memorial Bark Park barked with approval as soon as Adam Graves – president of Nestle’s Pizza and Snacking Division – proclaimed the park’s long-awaited opening.
After approving a new union agreement at a special meeting on May 8, Solon City Council on Monday night passed legislation reappropriating $635,000 to the city’s Personal Services Budget to meet Service Department payroll this year.
Petra Power, a manufacturer of solid oxide fuel cells, is moving its headquarters to Solon.
The entire Solon community was shocked and saddened by news of the passing of Cole Zelwin, 11, the son of Ward 3 City Councilman Jeremy Zelwin and his wife, Courtney.
The body of Michael R. Powidel, 40, of Solon, who was reported missing by family members on May 2, was found in Lake Erie last Friday.
At the Solon Historical Society on April 29, author James Janson shared snippets of his new book, “Bartlett,” before a crowd of Solonites, including childhood friends from St. Rita’s School.
On the third Tuesday of every month, a crew of volunteers heads to the Church of the Resurrection in Solon to assist with the Solon Food Pantry.
For anyone who has dreamed of being an officer with Solon Police Department, here is your chance. The city has an opening for a patrol officer and is establishing a candidate list for the position.