Allowing for the full range of restaurant uses and bringing uniformity among the city’s commercial zoning districts is the goal behind an amendment to the zoning code that could be before Solon voters in March of 2020.
State Sen. Matthew Dolan’s visit to address Solon City Council has been postponed until 7:30 p.m. Oct. 7. Mayor Edward H. Kraus requested the change because he was out of town and not present at the City Council meeting on Monday. The address of Sen. Dolan, R-Chagrin Falls, had been set for Monday.
The 13th annual Solon Band Bash will take place at 7 p.m. Saturday at Stewart Field. Ten marching bands from Northeast Ohio will regale the audience with a variety of energizing music, colorful uniforms, dances, marches and rotations. As the host and largest ensemble, the 340-member Solon Hi…
Two incidents at the Great Geauga County Fair over Labor Day weekend illustrated the county’s first responders’ dedication to their motto to “serve and protect.”
The long-awaited fast-food giant Chick-fil-A opened today (Sept. 5) in Solon at one of the city’s busiest intersections, and Mayor Edward H. Kraus said traffic in the area will be monitored closely.
New attractions mixed with the traditional offerings will greet those who head to this year’s running of the 197th Great Geauga County Fair.
Burton Village Council members on Monday considered a request from the Berkshire Local School District to tap into the public water system for its new campus.
Work commitments prevented members of the Russell Township Park District board from attending a hearing with the Geauga County Budget Commission last week, park board chairman Dennis Suhay said on Monday.
The following residents of Chagrin Falls were named to the dean’s list for spring semester at John Carroll University: Thea Apanius, Paul Cantlay, Julianna Clark, Nicole DiFranco, Maria Garcia-Olalla, Julianne Beg, Joseph Sabik, Jenna Noce, Catherine Bender, Cassandra Sturman, Ashley Brooks,…
In the wake of mass shootings earlier this month, including one in Dayton, state lawmakers are calling for change to end the senseless violence against innocent people.