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Folsom students win ‘Best Project Award’

Fourth- and fifth-graders came together to learn what their water number was and how to teach others in Folsom about water conservation. The Scientific Scholars team made up of Fo ...

New locations open doors in Town Center

El Dorado Hills Town Center is continuing to expand and offer new retail and restaurant options to the community. Town Center features a variety of shops, restaurants, nightlife, ...

Warm hearts, warm babies

An El Dorado Hills based knitting group decided to use their skills to keep newborns warm while in the hospital. Gloria Webster and Gail Rogers organized a team of volunteers from ...

Start cracking; crab season has arrived

November 15th is opening day for commercial Dungeness crab on California’s coast and Placerville will celebrate the evening with the ninth annual Crab & Chowder Gala at t ...

Casa Ramos supports Mito Kids at Ladies Night Out fundraiser

The local non-profit organization Help Mito Kids and Casa Ramos Mexican Restaurant in El Dorado Hills are joining forces to raise money for Mitochondrial Disease. The fundraising ...

Donate blood at Regal Cinema El Dorado Hills, get a free movie pass

BloodSource will hold a community blood drive at Regal Cinema El Dorado Hills Stadium 14 Theater to meet the community’s need for blood and blood products.  Bloodmobiles ...

Chicago Fire honors veterans

Tomorrow, Chicago Fire in both the Historic District and Palladio at Broadstone will honor men and women who served our country and treat them to their favorite Chicago Fire pizza. ...

It’s time to lace up skates in Folsom

It’s time for ice skaters to tie up their laces and slide onto the ice in Folsom this holiday season as the Folsom Historic District ice rink returns to Sutter Street. The i ...

Nurse Next Door on call for El Dorado Hills seniors

By 2020, the number of people over the age of 60 in El Dorado County will increase by nearly 150 percent. The increasing senior population is creating the need for more home healt ...

Placer County bids adieu to slain Detective Mike Davis

ROSEVILLE – Detective Michael David Davis Jr. was remembered Tuesday as a peace officer, brother, husband, father, son and hero during a moving, tear-filled memorial service ...