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Solon has been described as a haven for families, schools and businesses. Whether a business has been in Solon for decades or just a few years, business owners have given a multitude of reasons as to why their shops, restaurants and institutions thrive in the city.

As part of Northeast Ohio Parent Magazine’s annual Northeast Ohio Parent Choice Awards, Solon was named the best town to raise a family in a June 6 announcement. Other finalists included Shaker Heights, Brecksville and Lakewood.

As the 2020-21 school year came to a close, students and families embraced the many opportunities to celebrate with more traditional milestone events. Some of the events were rethought and refreshed in light of the pandemic. The focus was on bringing on as many people together as possible to…

As our community moves out of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are looking forward to reconnecting with all aspects of community life. While much has changed since the onset of the pandemic in March 2020, the health, safety and well-being of our community continues to be the most important aspect o…

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Solon Home Days returns July 23 through July 25 after a yearlong hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is the second big event the city of Solon will present following its Independence Day celebration which exceeded Solon Parks and Recreation director Rich Parker’s attendance expectations.

Amid a divided world, the Solon Alliance of Interfaith Leaders 2021 National Day of Prayer Interfaith Gathering “Pinwheels for Peace” invited community faith leaders to discuss the world’s need for peace and how communities can create and sustain it on May 6 at Solon’s Veterans Memorial Park…

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Birdigo, a chicken and custard concept created by Jay Leitson and Izzy Schachner of 56 Kitchen, and Michael DuBois and Adam Kemelhar of Imperial Wok, is expected to have its grand opening in March. Marc Glassman, Mike Fratello and Bob Reiner also helped create the concept.

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Just as the season of giving heats up, the Rainbow Babies & Children’s Foundation held its 18th annual Rainbow Radiothon Dec. 4. The event, which aimed to raise money for patients and families at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, included stories…

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