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Vista girls' basketball players make blankets for kids

Vista del Lago’s girls’ basketball program did their part to spread Christmas joy this year. For the fifth consecutive year, the girls on the varsity, junior varsity a ...

Service Adjourned: Long-time Folsom councilman retires

After serving 24 years on the Folsom City Council, Councilman Steve Miklos decided to retire, leaving the city in good hands. The 61-year-old began his political career at the age ...

Telegraph looks back on 2018 news

Editor’s note: The Telegraph selected the most read news events of 2018. In today’s edition we have highlighted half of the most read stories in no particular order. Wa ...

Police investigating Folsom Grinches

In the week prior to Christmas, Folsom has experienced a half-dozen break-ins of unknown suspects stealing Christmas presents from people’s homes through the backyard. Folso ...

Crime in the Folsom community

Dec. 10 Three unknown black female adults and two unknown black male adult suspects stole approximately $5,000 in merchandise from a store at 7:45 p.m. on the 200 block of Palladi ...

Donate unpicked fruit to good cause

If you have extra fruit growing on your citrus trees, there is now a good cause to donate it to. As a part of the local non-profit Soil Born Farms, starting in January the Folsom ...

Authorities search for Folsom Prison escapee

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) officials are looking for a minimum-security inmate who walked away from the minimum support facility at Folsom S ...

Richardson steps down as Folsom football coach; joins Taylor at Sacramento State

After 24 years at Folsom High, the last 14 years as varsity head football coach, Kris Richardson has decided to step down. Richardson will join Troy Taylor, the newly-appointed Sa ...

Crime in the Folsom community

Dec. 3 An unknown suspect painted “HK GANG” and “Trey Way Yolo” with black and blue paint under a gazebo at 9:50 a.m. on the 200 block of Prewett Drive. A ...

Holidays in the Folsom hoods

The weather outside is starting to become slightly more frightful and the scenes are beginning to look delightful for the holiday season in our local region. Last month, the Folsom ...

Local youth win pet rescue grant

For a chance to win Kimie’s Kritters Pet Rescue, a much-needed grant, Folsom resident Terra Kingsmore submitted a story about how her daughters, Audrey and Charlott ...

Who’s Who in the Folsom Zoo; Meet the zoo’s sugar gliders

Editor’s note: This is a weekly feature in the Folsom Telegraph where readers will get the opportunity to meet Folsom’s furriest. This week’s “Who’s W ...

Folsom A to Z: The Hyman family

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 ...

Johnson Controls partners with FCUSD for $3.9M lighting improvements

Johnson Controls will improve lighting infrastructure in eight schools within the Folsom Cordova Unified School District (FCUSD) in Folsom and Rancho Cordova. The installatio ...

Mercy Medical Group brings pediatric care to Folsom

Mercy Medical Group, a service of Dignity Health Medical Foundation, is now offering pediatric care in Folsom. The new Mercy Medical Group pediatric offices are located at 1561 Cre ...