Living

Realtors offer real tips on bidding wars

It’s only spring, but the local region’s housing market has been hot since early this year. Many homes are selling over their asking price and some prospective buyers a ...

Folsom inmates walk for Relay for Life

More than 1,100 inmates walked in the fourth annual Folsom State Prison and Folsom Women’s Facility Relay for Life event last week, raising funds and awareness for cancer res ...

Vista junior helps support those affected by cancer

After watching people in her own life be diagnosed with caner, Vista del Lago junior Jenna Parks started a club on campus to support people who were affected by the disease. Parks ...

Pow Wow Days returns to Orangevale

The 52nd annual Pow Wow Days will return to Orangevale this month for a weekend of family entertainment. The event, presented by the Orangevale Chamber of Commerce, will be May 14 ...

Things To Do: May 13-19

Wednesday, May 13 Food Bank, El Dorado County Farmers Market from 10-11 a.m. at the VFW Hall, 130 Placerville Drive, Placerville. Free market, one allocation per household. Info: ...

Rattlesnake sighting are on the rise as warmer weather hits the region

With the days heating up, many people and creatures are exploring the Folsom and El Dorado County trails for exercise and fresh air. People may find a slithering snakes and other w ...

Folsom twins named Eagle Scouts

Twin 17-year-old brothers Emerson and Joseph Ceccarelli are both juniors at Folsom High School and were recently named Eagle Scouts after completing their individual Eagle Projects ...

Documentary to highlight ‘millennial’ generation

After growing up in Folsom, Chandler Witthaus is studying film production at Folsom Lake College and Consumnes River College. At just 18 years old, he is already working on creatin ...