Earth Fare opened a store at 33321 Aurora Road in the Solon Square Shopping Center in May 2013. Intense competition in the form of the Giant Eagle Market District in Solon Village, Mustard Seed Market in Uptown Solon and Marc’s Grocery Store may have been a factor in its closing in March 2014.
Its a loss for the residents of Solon because Earth Fare’s food philosophy is:
NO High-Fructose Corn Syrup
NO artificial fats or artificial trans fats
NO artificial colors
NO artificial flavors
NO artificial preservatives
NO artificial sweeteners
NO antibiotics or synthetic growth hormones in our fresh meat or dairy
NO bleached or bromated flour
Kaitlyn Ridel and Laura Johnston of Northeast Ohio Media Group had a few news reports about allegations that students of Solon Schools were sexting.
Whats news? News is the communication of selected information on events. It is debatable that news is different from truth. What’s sexting? Sexting is the act of sending sexually explicit messages and/or photographs, primarily between mobile phones.
According to Kaitlyn Ridel, students and parents reached out to NEOMG. She states,
Northeast Ohio Media Group (NEOMG) received detailed accounts from students about the photos, which they said began spreading last fall. They said boys kept photos in an electronic file called the “vault” and traded images of girls like baseball cards.
Another basis for NEOMG report is several images from publicly visible twitter accounts. Now, of much relevance is the definition of a tweet. A tweet is a short phrase, not more than 140 characters long and therefore is probably not subject to copyright laws. Some of these twitter accounts may belong to students of Solon and other schools. These twitter images refer to sexting at Solon school, disciplinary action taken by Solon School District, investigation and denial by school officials.
Solon School Sexting Tweet
Solon School Sexting Tweet
School officials are not stating that the nude photographs do not exist or exist. Some of these twitter accounts went private after the report by Plain Dealer, NEOMG staff. Laura Johnston of NEOMG reports that Erin Short, Principal, Solon High School stated the following in a message:
With news reports making claims about alleged occurrences at Solon High School, I want to emphasize that although the administrative team has heard rumors this week regarding inappropriate photos on social media or cell phones, this information was investigated and we have been presented with no evidence to substantiate these rumors.
Additionally, no disciplinary actions have been issued at Solon High School this week regarding inappropriate photos on social media or cell phones and there has been no police involvement of any kind. The school would certainly not hesitate to issue consequences if evidence is ever presented that warrants school discipline or referral to the Solon Police Department. Please use this communication as another reminder to have a serious conversation with your child about the potential dangers of misusing their phone technology and social media. In addition, if you ever have any concerns about student safety related to cell phone use and social media, please do not hesitate to contact me directly. We will continue to work with our PTA, guidance staff and student facilitator to address the complicated issue of social media use among students.”
Prosecutors have broad discretion to decide how to charge young people with sexting, or whether to prosecute them at all. They might pursue felony convictions, which label the young person as a sex offender and carry mandatory registration requirements. Or they may charge a young person with misdemeanors without registration requirements, or impose hours of community service, or they may decide not to pursue charges at all. In a case such as this, the last option is most likely.
Currently in Ohio, sexting may result in two potential felony charges. The first is a violation of Ohio Revised Code section 2907.322, “Pandering Sexually Oriented Matter Involving a Minor,”. The other is a violation of Ohio Revised Code section 2907.323, “Illegal Use of Minor in Nudity Oriented Material or Performance.”
According to reporting officer, Timothy Barr; Suresh Bafna, representative of Wrap Tite Inc. located at 6200 Cochran Road, reported to the Solon Police Department a theft of a wire transfer.
Wrap Tite contracted with Xinie Huabao Plastic Machinery Co in Xinie, Hebei, China to build a machine for Wrap Tite. Suresh Bafna corresponded with the company by email and visited China to inspect the machine. The money for the transaction was to be sent to a hold company, the Combuy Trading Co. Limited (Xinie, Hebei, China) and to China Merchants Bank. Wrap Tite wired $503,716 to China Merchants Bank.Wrap Tite was informed that they had not received payment for the machine. They were advised to use Agricultural Bank of China and not China Merchants Bank. The matter has been turned over to Detective Bureau.
City of Solon’s traffic signal contractor, Perram Electric, began drilling pole foundations and boring cables under roads on SOM Center Road from 422 to Aurora Road and on Solon Road from Cochran Road to Richmond Road. All 43 traffic signals within the City of Solon will be replaced and/or upgraded during the 2 year project.
Gazebo in City of Solon Ohio
Upon completion, all signals will be accessible through a central computer system located at City Hall. The system will include the latest in traffic technology including video detection and fiber optic communications. 80% of the $4.2 million project cost is covered by a grant from the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency. There will be temporary lane closures at the various intersections during construction.