Living

Do you know how to stay safe?

Hector Alvarez comes from a law enforcement background and was the chief of security for Folsom-based Cal-ISO but lately he’s focused on trying to keep his community safe. A ...

Big-hearted Folsom, El Dorado Hills locals locked-up to raise funds for charity

FOLSOM, CA - More than 50 business and civic leaders from Folsom, El Dorado Hills and Rancho Cordova were picked up by law enforcement officers and thrown in the slammer July 17 &n ...

Realtor of the Week: Cindy Moayed

Realtor Cindy Moayed has worked as a Realtor in Folsom for 11 years and has lived in Folsom for 20. Moayed has been married to her husband for 34 years and has two boys ages 30 an ...

Save water by tearing out lawns

With regional water saving measures still in effect around the region, homeowners are turning to drastic measures, including eliminating water-hungry grass and replacing with artif ...

Summer winding down for many

With July drawing to a close, people are beginning to wrap up their summer activities and prepare for the new school year. Some are taking advantage of the summer by going on vaca ...

Expo and 5k promotes women’s health

Marshall Medical will be holding its third annual Women’s Health Expo and 5k on Saturday, Aug. 2, at the El Dorado Hills Town Center.  The non-competitive 5k run/walk s ...

Boxing coach enjoys working with kids

Norm Tavalero has been involved in boxing all his life and at age 77, he’s not ready to throw in the towel. Tavalero’s days as a boxer ended in 1960 after 13 years in ...

The Blues Broads take stage in Folsom

Dorothy Morrison, Tracy Nelson, Angela Strehli and Annie Sampson join forces as The Blues Broads, a roots-music super group of the first order. Together, these vocalists and songw ...

Realtor of the Week: Cheryl States

Realtor Cheryl States has lived in Folsom since 1990 and started working as a Realtor in 2008. She is an original owner in the Natoma Station housing development. States has been ...