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Firework safety urged by officials

Not all fireworks are legal in Folsom, and the city’s fire department has been working hard to educate residents on how to celebrate safely and legally this Fourth of July. ...

Cattle drive cancelled due to heat

Tumbleweeds aren’t blowing down Sutter Street yet, but the summer heat has caused the cancellation of this year’s Folsom Cattle Drive. The decision was made for the wel ...

Things To Do: July 1-7

Wednesday, July 1 Summer concert series from 7-9 p.m. in the Palladio shopping center on Palladio Parkway, one block north of East Bidwell St. in Folsom. Summer Concert Series is ...

Fair Oaks man begins ride across the country to raise money for Parkinson's

For five years Mike Ambrozewicz has been planning a cross-country bike ride from San Francisco to New York and the day has finally arrived. Ambrozewicz, 66, leaves San Francisco t ...

Local athletes gearing up for 42nd running of Western States 100-mile Endurance Run

The world’s oldest and most prestigious 100-mile endurance run takes place Saturday and will feature several local runners. The 42nd Western States 100-mile run, from Squaw ...

Celebration of life to honor Folsom Symphony co-founder

A celebration of life will be held Wednesday to honor one of the founding board members of the Folsom Symphony. Marsha Williams-Miller, born Dec. 2, 1946, co-founded the Folsom Sy ...

Folsom zookeepers strike a pose for Jurassic Zoo meme

There may not be velociraptors at the Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary, but that’s not keeping the zookeepers from channeling their inner dinosaur tamers. The new social media tren ...

$3.2 million home sale highest in El Dorado Hills since 2008

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage announced Pat Seide of the Pat Seide Group, an award-winning Realtor with the company's El Dorado Hills office, has recorded the highest p ...