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In 1989, John Sedlak moved his store to Solon and create a "Street of Dreams" concept featuring 26 galleries and lifestyle areas in 100,000 square feet of a 157,000-square-foot building.
William F. Babka, 96, of Solon, will be buried at Roselawn Cemetery.
Martha Keeney, an educator in Solon Schools for 20 years and a Solon High graduate, died Sunday night after a battle with cancer. She was 59.
Family will receive friends from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Nov. 1 at Tabone-Komorowski Funeral Home in Solon.
Kasmer, a Solon resident, was killed in a traffic accident on U.S. 422 on Saturday
While the idea of sustainable clothing may not have occurred to you, the latest exhibit at the Kent State University Museum shows that supporting earth-friendly fashion doesn’t mean you have to walk around wearing burlap.
According to media reports, Neil Kruschke Jr., the founder of Solon-based Stopol Inc., died in a chainsaw accident in Michigan Aug. 26.
A summary of the recent death notices posted on Solon Patch
The Gates Mills resident and wife of former Cleveland Clinic CEO Floyd D. Loop wrote a book about her journey with brain cancer.
He served as superintendent from 1951-68, then served six more years as the school district's business manager
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