Thursday, February 21, 2013
Solon has concerns about Twinsburg's plans to install two roundabouts near the cities' borders.
Twinsburg's plans to build two roundabouts on Darrow Road are causing some concerns north of the border in Solon. The concerns came about in Solon as council members there are looking to hire a new traffic engineering firm. One of the companies up for the contract is GPD, which is designing the roundabouts for Twinsburg. Solon councilmen have said that while they understand Twinsburg is relying on the judgement of their experts, Solon officials have general concerns about what the roundabouts will do to traffic in their city. Solon Councilman Rick Bell said that Solon has a traffic light just over the border that cost the city $250,000. He's uncertain how that light will be affected by the roundabouts. He said that GPD is already being …
Monday, August 20, 2012
The Solon Police are planning a sobriety checkpoint in conjunction with the 'Drive Sober Or Get Pulled Over' campaign.
Sometime in the "next few weeks" the Solon Police will set up a checkpoint to ferret out drunken drivers. The checkpoint is expected sometime before Sept. 3, when the 'Drive Sober Or Get Pulled Over' ends, according to a news release. The police will release more details on the checkpoint, including day and location, as the time approaches. The Solon Police Department says that anyone drinking should remember to get a designated driver, ro call a cab, call a friend or family member or stay at home or a hotel. The Solon Police Department is part of the Cuyahoga County DUI Task Force, a Multi-jurisdictional coalition of 45 law enforcement agencies throughout the county that "work together collaboratively to make our roadways safer by …
Saturday, June 23, 2012
Did you miss a big police item this week. The Blotter Recap gives you the latest arrests and reports of the week
A 44-year-old Solon woman was wanted by Twinsburg police for missing a court date for drunken driving charges. But when cops found her in Solon, that was the least of her problems. Holly Wymer was found at a McDonald's with what police belived was cocain in her car. Read the full story here: Solon Woman Wanted by Twinsburg Cops Found With Cocaine Check out these other stories from the Twinsburg Police Department's police reports: Get instant police updates by following Twinsburg Patch on Facebook and Twitter, and sign up for our daily newsletter.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
The information in this report is from the Solon Police. An arrest does not mean a conviction.
A 44-year-old Solon woman was arrested June 12 at McDonald's on an active warrant from the Twinsburg Police Department. During a search of her car, police found what they suspect is cocaine in the console of the car, according to a Solon Police report. Holly Wymer, 44, of Nightshade Lane in Solon, was charged with drug possession. She was held for TPD, which had a warrant out for her arrest for missing her court date for a drunken driving charge.
Friday, March 30, 2012
There are plenty of things to do in the area this weekend
Looking for something fun this weekend in Twinsburg or Solon? Check out these events: Featured Event: THS Drama Club presents The Curious Savage, Twinsburg High School, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. Friday Saturday
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
The following information was provided by the Twinsburg Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
Perhaps this man was trying to beat the rooster. On Feb. 18 around 3:15 a.m., a Sandalwood Drive resident reported hearing a drunk person yelling and "making animal sounds" in the area. Twinsburg police officers located the person, a Solon man, sitting at the top of the silo at the Old Corbett's Farm. The man came down the ladder, and was arrested. He was charged with criminal trespassing and disorderly conduct/intoxication, and held on a PR Bond.
Friday, February 10, 2012
Looking for the right gift or best place to take your darling to? We've got the best places in the area!
So, you haven't gotten things done for the big day? Now you have no excuse for not picking up some kind of Valentine’s Day gift for the loved ones in your life. Don't know where to start first? The holiday is typically associated with heart-festooned greeting cards, roses, chocolates and jewelry ... so let’s start there. Cards, chocolates and party supplies Valentine greeting cards and boxed chocolates can be found in just about any drug, grocery or discount store, but if you want the greatest selection, take a look at Betty's Hallmark Shop, on Darrow Road. If you want cards, Valentine's party supplies and more, you can also check out Factory Card & Party Outlet on Kruse Drive in Solon. Flowers You could pick up flowers at the grocery …
Friday, October 7, 2011
The information in this report is from the Solon Police Department.
A Solon woman was sitting in the living room of her Glenallen Avenue home Tuesday night when a deer crashed through her bay window, according to a report from the Solon Police. The woman told police the deer jumped through at about 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 4. The deer began running around inside the house and eventually ran through the front door. No one in the home was injured and the only damage was to the window and the screen door. Deer are controversial animals in Solon these days, with city council considering culling efforts to reduce their population and many residents seeking to ban deer hunting in the city with a ballot initiative that will be decided on Nov. 8. But deers launching themselves into living-room windows isn't the primary …
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
The Vice President will visit Wrap-Tite Inc. in Solon at 11 a.m. today
Vice President Joe Biden will visit Wrap-Tite Inc. in Solon on Tuesday to talk about jobs and a new lending initiative. Biden, who will be accompanied by Small Business Administration Administrator Karen Mills, is expected to speak at 11 a.m. at the Cochran Road business on "the important of the American Jobs Act for small businesses in Ohio and nationwide," according to a White House news release. "The Vice President will discuss the urgent need for Congress to pass the American Jobs Act now in order to help small businesses across the country grow and put more Americans back to work," it reads. The American Jobs Act is President Barack Obama's proposal to help decrease the unemployment rate by giving businesses incentive to hire new …
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Both Solon and Twinsburg feature lots of variation in their house markets. Today, we feature some seven-figure homes for sale