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Folsom teachers travel to Germany

Two Folsom High School teachers will study sustainability and culture this month during a 10-day trip to Germany through a national program. Chemistry teacher Kristy Guarienti and ...

Solar industry shines bright in region

Will the sun set on California’s booming solar industry when the federal solar investment tax credit for installation fades away the end of next year, unless renewed by Congr ...

Water wise landscaping project requires lane closures

Work began Monday on a project that will convert 12 large Folsom medians with drought-tolerant, water-efficient landscaping, saving an estimated 1 million gallons of water annually ...

Risk rises for Lyme disease in summer

As the weather warms, many look to plan fun outdoor activities, but increased time outside also increases the risk for encounters with ticks, which can be carriers of Lyme disease. ...

Folsom Middle School student killed

Folsom Middle School seventh-grader Calvin Suh, 11, died after he was struck by a vehicle while riding his bicycle Monday in Folsom. Folsom Middle School Principal John Bliss sent ...

70 women graduate in Career Technical Education programs at Folsom prison

Approximately 70 female offenders graduated from California Prison Industry Authority’s Career Technical Education program last week and received certifications in computer-a ...

State’s energy supply enough to beat the heat

Even if this summer is one of the hottest on record in California and despite the multi-year drought and less availability of hydroelectricity, there’ll be sufficient electri ...

PG&E work today, gas odor expected

PG&E will be working in the area of Oak Ave Parkway and Baldwin Dam Road today from 10 a.m. to noon. Some gas releases will occur as part of the repairs. The Folsom Fire Depar ...