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Will walk for pie

Who doesn’t like pie? Some might not like the extra calories, but when you have to walk to get your pie, there’s no excuse. The Sacramento Walking Sticks will celebrat ...

Mito Kids 5k walk/run slated for April 18

The sixth annual Mito Kids 5K walk/run will be held at 9 a.m. April 18 at El Dorado Hills Town Center. Cost is $20 and includes T-shirt. To register go to helpmitokids.org.   ...

Therapy dog brings smiles to patients in need

After saying goodbye to the department, a retired 25 year veteran of the El Dorado Hills Fire Department continues to serve his community and help those in need with the help of hi ...

Set A Fire returns to El Dorado Hills Town Center

Last September, a group of musicians and singers who attend various local Christian churches joined together for an evening of worship, prayer and praise outdoors at the Steven You ...

Folsom artists showcase creations at new exhibit

A new art exhibit called “Art and Artists of Folsom” featured at the Folsom History Museum will highlight artwork from Folsom Arts Association members, archived items f ...

Black bears have feline friend at Folsom Zoo Sanctuary

The Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary’s black bear exhibit is home to two bears, Tahoe and Sequoia, and an unexpected feline companion. As onlookers watch the bears rest on the hill ...

Folsom Wine and Jazz supports music students

Folsom High School jazz bands and choir will perform alongside two middle school jazz bands for the Folsom High School music booster’s annual fundraiser event. The 13th annu ...

Folsom resident’s son graduates basic combat training

Army Spc. Jeffrey C. Yelverton, Jr. has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Yelverton, son of Bobbie Yelverton of Fo ...

‘The Reluctant Dragon’ is fairy tale fun on Sutter Street

Once upon a time there was a boy named Glaston living in a village in the hills. Glaston loved to read stories of adventure, but most of all he loved to read about dragons. His par ...

Change clocks, smoke alarm batteries March 8

A simple task can save a life. That’s why the Folsom Fire Department urges residents to change the batteries in their home smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors when the ...