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Crime in the Folsom community

Aug. 20 An unknown suspect entered an unlocked vehicle and stole a wallet and camera at 12:15 p.m. on the 100 block of Colner Circle. Aug. 21 An unknown suspect entered a commer ...

Council candidates address Historic District residents

The Historic Folsom Residents Association hosted “Candidates Night” on Monday, Sept. 10, at the Landmark Baptist Church where those vying for a seat on the Folsom City ...

Local non-profit helping youth develop leadership skills

El Dorado Hills-based non-profit Hands4Hope (H4H) is known throughout the community for the work they do to support local area unmet needs through community service and service lea ...

Folsom A to Z: William Alexander Leidesdorff

Editor’s note: Folsom A to Z is an intermittent series in the Telegraph where readers can learn facts and history about Folsom. Each week, the Telegraph will select a landmar ...

Local non-profit to host fundraiser

Local non-profit WeEMBRACE will host the first Dance-a-Thon and Resource Fair fundraiser in the Greater Sacramento area to help support families of children with autism, cerebral p ...

Folsom seniors invited to audition for “These Eyes Have Seen”

An 89-year-old who had a heart transplant in 1995 and told he had one week live. An 85-year old who served in the military, taught English in Europe, and then served as a San Franc ...

Taylor Morrison debuts first models homes at Folsom Ranch

Taylor Morrison Home Corporation will host a model grand opening celebration at Azure and Dakota at Folsom Ranch on Saturday, Sept. 8, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Located in Folsom&rsqu ...

Telegraph talks with Council candidates: part two

As election and campaign season is underway, the Folsom Telegraph had the opportunity to sit down with each of the 12 candidates running for three open seats on the Folsom City Cou ...

Telegraph talks with Council candidates: part one

As election and campaign season is underway, the Folsom Telegraph had the opportunity to sit down with each of the 12 candidates running for three open seats on the Folsom City Cou ...

Clean up, care package, letter writing during Community Service Day

Folsom’s largest community-wide day of volunteerism, Community Service Day, is just around the corner and spots are filling up quickly on the online sign up. This one day of ...

An apple a day: Nearby Apple Hill officially opens

Labor Day has officially come and gone, but just a few miles up the road from Folsom, a season of activity is just beginning that is a crop of sweet fun for all ages. It’s kn ...

Folsom Chamber of Commerce endorses three for City Council

The Folsom Chamber of Commerce announced on Aug. 23 its endorsement of Kerri Howell, Sarah Aquino and Mike Kozlowski for the Folsom City Council. The Chamber advocates for its memb ...

Crime in the Folsom community

Aug. 13 Walter England, 31, of Sacramento, was arrested for grand theft at 4:10 a.m. on the 900 block of Leidesdoorff Street. An unknown suspect cut a residential home’s sc ...

Back Bistro brings casual-fine dining to the Palladio

Long-time Folsom business owners Jeff and Gail Back recently relocated Back Bistro to the Palladio and things are bigger and better than ever – literally. What started as an ...

Local builder donates model home furniture to local charities

The final phase of sales at Woodside Homes communities has been a boon to local charitable organizations that received donations of furniture and décor totaling more than $1 ...