Living

All About Equine celebrates six years, needs community help

Put on your best “Boots and Bling” this weekend to support the horses at the all-volunteer-based, charitable nonprofit equine rescue and rehabilitation organization, Al ...

Health and fitness programs team up in Folsom

Two power players in the health business are teaming up to help women reach their fitness goals. Jenny Craig, a nutrition based weight loss program, has teamed up with Curves, a g ...

Monkey business

The Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary has a new resident, a macaques monkey named Kayli. In an effort to stimulate the zoo animals, zookeepers are always creating new toys and apparatuses. ...

Things To Do: April 22-28

Wednesday, April 22 El Dorado Hills Chamber presents: “Handshakes and Eggs” mixer from 7:30-9 a.m. at Casa Ramos, 2023 Vine St., Suite 200 in El Dorado Hills. Cost: $1 ...

Annual physics and engineering challenge highlights students’ creativity

Hovercrafts, catapults, laser harps, solar electric boats and other student innovations were spotlighted during Folsom High School’s eighth annual physics and engineering cha ...

STEM Day inspires Folsom students

Students at Theodore Judah Elementary School in Folsom recently participated in the school’s first STEM Day. Last Thursday, professionals with jobs in science, technology, e ...

Bow-Wow-Brunch benefits Foothill Dog Rescue

Oak Ridge High School sophomore Alyssa Clay has always loved dogs and after volunteering at local animal shelters as a child, she decided it was time for her to host a fundraiser b ...

Bestselling author Bruce Henderson to speak in EDH

Award-winning journalist and a No. 1 New York Times bestselling author Bruce Henderson will hold a special book signing in El Dorado Hills Sunday for his new book, “Rescue at ...

Folsom author describes parenting an autistic child

Folsom author David A. Seaton is bringing light to April’s Autism Awareness Month through his book, “The Mystery of Jack.” “The current rate of autism is 1 ...