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Recreation and leisure activities for adults with developmental disabilities will be realized at the Solon Center for the Arts for the first time thanks to grant funding announced by city officials last week.

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Solon Comets senior point guard Marcus Steele still has vivid memories of Solon’s 2016 Division I district championship game against Greater Cleveland Conference rival Mentor at Euclid High School. He was only in the seventh grade but had a great view from the bleachers as he watched his old…

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Ever since he was 6-years old, Solon Comets diver Dominic Roberto felt at home any time he stepped on a diving board. After his childhood swim instructor recommended that he go out for the American Flyers Diving Club it was just a perfect match for the 14-year-old freshman.

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The Solon Board of Education Monday approved a new one-year contract with the Ohio Association of Public School Employees, representing the district’s classified staff, with a zero-percent base raise.

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All Hailey Weaver wanted to do as a child was spend time with her older brother Aaron. He was heavily involved in athletics with his friends and she saw that as a golden opportunity to spend more time with him by throwing herself into sports. She began her athletic career by playing softball…

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Due to the pandemic this year the high school basketball postseason was going to look a little different. Teams would be voting among themselves about which seeding number each one would receive. The higher ranked teams would get priority of which bracket they wanted to play in and also have…

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Solon High School Principal Erin Short, 48, has been placed on paid administrative leave due to a concern received last week, Solon Superintendent Fred Bolden said in a correspondence to school families and staff members on Tuesday.

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Although the ongoing pandemic has resulted in the cancellation of this spring’s annual Budget Bin consignment sale, an event of the Solon Council of PTAs which raises scholarship funds for graduating Solon seniors, the need is still there for donations, organizers said last week.

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It was tough for the Solon Comets boys basketball team to be forced to sit on the sidelines at the beginning of the season. The start of the season had been delayed due to health concerns because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Comets were not the only team that had wait but it was still a …