Living

Folsom suffers big loss

Maria Totushek spent the last seven years using soccer to raise money for cancer patients and in a cruel twist of fate; it’s the same disease that took her own life. Maria, ...

Folsom journalist to give talk on new book

In between his editing duties at the Placer Herald and Press Tribune, journalist Scott Thomas Anderson — who lives in Folsom — has completed a three-year investigation ...

Seattle rock n’ roll band to perform in EDH

El Dorado Hills native and Oak Ridge High School grad Sean Clavere plays in the Seattle based rock n' roll band, “The Ramblin’ Years,” and will soon return to ...

Help Mito Kids presents 5K Walk and Run

The sixth annual Help Mito Kids 5K Walk and Run will return to Town Center in El Dorado Hills this weekend for an active day outdoors. The run will start at 9 a.m. Saturday, April ...

Folsom author pens first fiction novel, ‘The Cave’

Folsom author Michela Montgomery recently debuted the first in her fiction suspense trilogy, “The Cave.” “‘The Cave’ actually began as a dream I had ...

Go green for Earth Week and Bike Month

In celebration of Earth Day, Folsom Lake College will hold their annual Earth Day and “Green Machine” Alternative Transportation Fair from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday, April ...

Step into the past at annual Spring Antique Fair

The Folsom Historic District Association’s 49th annual Spring Antique Fair will overtake the Folsom Historic District this weekend. The fair is from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday, A ...

Get your game on at Tabletop Day

Approximately 500-600 board games will be available for the public to play at the International Tabletop Day starting at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 11, in the Folsom Historic District ...

Ride for Dana on April 18

Folsom is known as a biking community and what better reason for those avid bike riders to get out than to support a fellow rider and Folsom resident in need. The Ride 4 Dana will ...