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Grass fire in Historic Folsom

Smoke wafted up Sutter Street earlier this afternoon due to a small grass fire near the parking garage in Historic Folsom. Just after 1 p.m. Wednesday, the Folsom Fire Department ...

EDH ‘Biz Walk’ makes connections

The El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce held the eighth annual El Dorado Hills “Biz” Walk last week to connect with local business owners. Chamber members and local ci ...

Food bank’s annual Easter giveaway expected to feed 600 families

Approximately 600 families are expected to attend the 25th annual Easter Basket Program at Twin Lakes Food Bank in Folsom. The giveaway program will be from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Friday ...

PG&E upgrades natural gas pipelines in Folsom

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) will begin work later this month to modernize 4,600 feet of natural gas distribution main pipeline in Folsom. PG&E crews are schedul ...

Higher city park impact fees approved by Folsom council

After years of recession-related stagnation, fees charged to developers to help fund parks are on the rise. The city council approved a more than doubling of the fees at a council ...

New rule takes on daycare parking

Residential day care facilities in Folsom will soon have a new rule to follow to help keep their business from negatively impacting neighbors. An ordinance passed at the Folsom Ci ...

Regional Fair winners headed to International Science and Engineering Fair

Three Grand Prize winners from the Synopsys Sacramento Regional Science and Engineering Fair are getting ready to face tough international competition following a strong showing at ...

Water providers urge continued conservation

The Regional Water Authority (RWA) Board of Directors unanimously adopted a resolution urging its 22 water provider members to continue efforts to reduce water use by 20 percent or ...

Digital Safety Night for both youth, parents

The Folsom Police Department is partnering with Sutter Middle School Leadership to present Digital Safety Night, a set of presentations for students and parents about the ins and o ...

Dry weather spurs new gardening trends

A fourth year of drought is changing the landscape of California’s yards and gardens as residents opt for drought-resistant plants and pull up their parched lawns to replace ...