Solon school board mulls policy change request on phys. ed. requirement
The school board has been asked to consider adjusting the policy that requires at least two semesters of physical education classes in high school.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Chagrin Solar Sun
Saturday Enrichment Program returns to Solon City Schools
Another lineup of Saturday Enrichment Program activities will soon be under way at Solon City Schools, testing high school students' knowledge while bringing enlightenment to youths who serve as their students.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Missing teen found at Solon house; homeowner arrested: Solon police blotter
Police said a 21-year-old Solon man was arrested after a 17-year-old missing woman was found in his house.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Solon: No bomb found at Walgreens after threat
Police tell WKYC that at approximately 2:39 p.m. Friday, police learned that an unknown individual contacted the Walgreens in Twinsburg stating that a bomb would go off at Solon's Walgreens if they did not load $5,000 on a Green Dot Card.
Half dozen Ward 3 residents seek vacant Solon City Council seat
Six Ward 3 residents applied to serve the nearly two years remaining on the Solon City Council seat vacated last month by Toni Richmond.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Solon sewer contract reset to $550,000: the gift that keeps on giving
There was really no getting around a second change order on the city's annual sewer system repair contract, for which City Council has voted to ante up another $50,000.
Solon | Woman found sleeping in SUV reported stolenSolon | Woman...
When officers woke the woman in the SUV with the engine running and lights on, she told them she thought she was in her home sleeping in her bed SOLON -- Just after 4 a.m. Nov. 28, police officers responded to Longview Drive on a report that a Ford Escape, which had been reported stolen from Solon's Paninis, was at the address.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
RTA adds service from Cleveland to work hubs in Solon and Steelyard Commons
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority tweaks its bus and train schedules and routes every quarter, routine housekeeping aimed at improving service.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Rusty Bucket Restaurants partner with Salvation Army for Coat Drive
Rusty Bucket Restaurant & Tavern has partnered with the Salvation Army for the 5th consecutive year to collect coats for those in need this winter season.
City grants use of temporary trailer for Liberty Bank following Kruse Drive fire
The city will allow Liberty Bank to open a temporary trailer on Kruse Drive in the aftermath of a Nov. 3 strip mall fire.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Police: Human fetus found at Solon wastewater plant
Solon Police on Tuesday said they are searching for the mother of a fetus that was discovered in the city's wastewater plant.
School districts in Chagrin Valley preparing and prepared for Common Core
An AP biology class at Solon High School has all their eyes on teacher Jeff Grimm as they talk about water movement through a plant.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Solon police to Fairview Park thief: Time to a re-tirea
Solon police don't tread lightly as they arrest a tire thief from Fairview Park in his tracks for the second time in six weeks.
Mistaken boil alert in Solon blamed on misinterpreted information
The Nov. 26 boil alert in the Liberty Hill section of the city was a mistake that took place because of a communication breakdown that was rectified as soon as possible.
Holiday lighting ceremony tonight at Solon City Hall: Morning links
There will be a holiday lighting ceremony at 7 p.m. today at Solon City Hall.The festivities will include hot cocoa and cookies, pictures with Santa Claus and a performance in the Art Center theater.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Chagrin Solar Sun
Broken water main brings boil alert in part of Solon
Residents should boil their water because of a water main break at the intersection of North Roundhead and Cromwell drives, according to the city's web site.
Pepper Pike police, other suburbs to go after drunken drivers day before Thanksgiving, holiday season
A A' Police departments in northeast Ohio -- much like law enforcement authorities across the country --A A' have traditionally seen a spike in alcohol-impaired driving cases in the days of or leading up to the traditional celebrations.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Departing Solon City Council members get send-off at last meeting as vacancy deadline is set
City Council members Bill Mooney and Toni Richmond exchanged fond farewells -- at least for the time being -- at their last meeting on Nov. 18 before stepping down at the end of the month.
A Christmas Carol sparkles brighter than seasonal snow at Chagrin Valley Little Theatre this season
With thankfully unfulfilled predictions of up to a foot of snow that night by weather forecasters, the audience was as sparse as the newly driven snow, but that that did not stop the dancers, actors, singers and musicians from spinning their stage magic.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Tires of two Dodge Chargers slashed in unrelated incidents: Solon police blotter
Vandalism, Solon Road : A Nov. 13 police report shows a 22-year-old Maple Heights man reported that the four tires of his 2008 Dodge Charger were slashed while it was parked on Solon Road between 4:25 p.m. Nov. 12 and 2:35 a.m. Nov. 13. Breaking and entering, Lochmoor Drive: Police received a report at 9:45 a.m. Nov. 15 related to an incident in a ... (more)