Living

Folsom man recognized with national award

Richard Hunter’s life revolves around volunteerism and what he can do to help others. So many have helped Hunter, a visually impaired Folsom resident who has not let his bli ...

City of Folsom releases water reduction plan

The City of Folsom announced Wednesday its plans to reduce water use citywide by 32 percent, as well as a comprehensive rebate program for its water customers.  The city&rsqu ...

Singles mingle at Folsom Art and Wine Mixer

For singles looking to mingle, the second Art and Wine Singles Mixer will be this month in the Folsom Historic District. “This is our second annual singles mixer where we cr ...

Region’s conservation conversation

To adhere to state-mandated, get-tough water use restrictions in this fourth year of California’s drought, Folsom and El Dorado County, like most cities, towns and counties i ...

EDMT’s ‘High School Musical’ a professional quality pep rally

Honestly, I’ve never seen anything like this before, and I doubt that you have either. I’m talking about the end of this amazing show, but I’ll get to that in a m ...

Kaiser Permanente recognized as bike friendly business

Just two days before Bike Month officially began, the Folsom City Council recognized Kaiser Permanente of Folsom with a resolution of commendation for its official designation as a ...

Things To Do: May 6-12

Wednesday, May 6 “Menagerie” art exhibit from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at The Gallery at 48 Natoma, 48 Natoma St. in Folsom. Also showing, in the Community Gallery, a display of ...

El Dorado Hills' 12th annual Art and Wine Affaire

El Dorado Hills Town Center will bring together some of the finest treats for the eyes and palate this Mother’s Day weekend at the 12th annual El Dorado Hills Art and Wine Af ...