Lifestyle

Prep football: a big part of the Telegraph

High school football and the community newspaper is much like peanut butter and jelly. They are two things that go together so well and the staff and management of the Folsom Teleg ...

Folsom A to Z: Cardinal-Inks

Editor’s note: Folsom A to Z is an intermittent series in the Telegraph where readers can learn facts and history about Folsom. Each week, the Telegraph will select a landmar ...

Start holding tightly onto 59 tomorrow

So it’s here, the big day. Fifty-eight is a thing of the past and tomorrow I start the 365-day journey with 59. I’ve never been 59 before. Some of my friends along ...

Sutter Street Theatre tops Elly nominations

One of Folsom’s live theater groups is celebrating in a big way this week following, the announcement of the 2017-18 Elly award nominations by the Sacramento Area Regional Th ...

Time to fix the DMV

At the Department of Motor Vehicles, state employees are sleeping on the job. Literally. A recent report revealed that one particular employee had a habit of sleeping several hour ...

Message about wild fires

This year has proven to be a very busy wildfire season for California and is currently on pace to be even busier than 2017. According to the State of California Incident Infor ...

Custom single-story Lexington Hills home

This sought-after, custom single-story home, is located in Folsom’s Berkshire Place neighborhood in Lexington Hills. The home sits on a third-of-an-acre lot in a cul-de-sac.& ...

Who’s Who in the Folsom Zoo; Meet Boss Hog

Editor’s note: This is a weekly feature in the Folsom Telegraph where readers will get the opportunity to meet Folsom’s furriest. This week’s “Who’s W ...

Folsom A to Z: Handy family heritage in Folsom

Editor’s note: Folsom A to Z is an intermittent series in the Telegraph where readers can learn facts and history about Folsom. Each week, the Telegraph will select a landmar ...

Collecting, but not hoarding things

Do you enjoy collecting or saving anything? I like to collect coins and stamps and baseball cards. I like to collect newspaper clippings and such. I have 14 Tupperware tubs organiz ...

Fair ruling on fair share

In June, the United States Supreme Court issued a decision in the case of Janus v. AFSCME, ruling that the First Amendment protects public employees from being required to pay ...

‘The Boy Who Stole the Stars’ at Sutter Street Theatre

A young boy discovers his grandfather is dying. The old man’s behavior is different; he’s short-tempered and no longer tells his wonderful stories. The boy enlists the ...

Custom EDH home with lake views

If you’ve ever wanted to live in a one-of-a-kind, highly desirable custom home with views of Folsom Lake on a private oversized corner lot in a park-like natural setting, thi ...

Do I need an agent when buying from a builder?

Question: Dear Kari; My husband and I are looking to buy a brand-new home. We have heard that we do not need our own real estate agent because the builders have agents on-s ...