Last year, Solon was named one of the best small towns in America by Money Magazine.
Now the city has a new honor to add to its resume. Businessweek has named Solon the best place in Ohio to raise kids in 2013.
Businessweek compiles its list annually and includes one town in each of the 50 states.
Solon also features prominently in Businessweek's article about the list, featuring Mayor Susan Drucker in the story's lead and the city's accomplishments are discussed throughout the article, including its great schools, its business community and ethnic diversity.
Mentioned in the article was the 2011 Tolerance Fair, organized by Solon student Justin Bachman and Drucker.
The Solon Italian Club is also featured in the photo accompanying the list.
Here's what Businessweek writes about why Solon made the list:
The citizens of this affluent Cleveland suburb have made the Solon City School District one of the best in the nation. Great amenities, such as a philharmonic orchestra, help bring the town together. Solon is also one of the few towns in the area still economically fit enough to provide free services like snowplowing and garbage pickup.