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Unmanned aircrafts, drones take to the sky

Seen any drones flying overhead lately? Not likely, despite media headlines predicting drones will spark a revolution in commercial aviation in the United States. Before that ...

Police seek public's help in bike theft investigation

Folsom police are seeking the public's help in identifying a subject involved in a recent bike theft. Tuesday afternoon, a blue GT Aggressor road bike with white stripes was s ...

Prairie City Road closed after fatal traffic accident, downed electric lines

Prairie City Road is temporarily closed between Highway 50 and White Rock Road due to a fatal traffic collision that downed power lines Thursday night. At approximately 8:40 p.m. ...

Smoke testing this week in Folsom Historic District

The City of Folsom is conducting sewer testing using smoke in the Historic District of Folsom this week. The smoke is EPA approved and not toxic. In some cases smoke may enter hom ...

Sustainable fishery now delivers to Folsom

Those looking for fresh, sustainable fish to cook at home can now pick up frozen fish in bulk locally. Anna Larsen, 33, of Sacramento, owns and operates the sustainable fishery Si ...

FLC presentation discusses social justice, police relations

Last Thursday Sacramento NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) President Stephen Webb and Sacramento Police Department Officer Lt. Roman Murrietta spok ...

National Girl Scout Weekend delivers in Folsom

This weekend, Feb. 27-March 1, Girl Scouts Heart of Central California, along with its sister councils across the country will participate in National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend. & ...

Aggressive panhandlers raise concerns for Folsom residents

The issue of aggressive panhandling has become a major concern for many shoppers in the Folsom area. Several residents took their worries to a city council meeting earlier this mon ...

RadioShack closes five local stores

After more than 90 years as an enduring American brand, RadioShack Corporation this month entered bankruptcy and announced it will close more than 1,700 of its stores, five of them ...

A hero’s homecoming

Family, friends, neighbors and members of Folsom’s Fire and Police Departments celebrated the long awaited homecoming of Folsom firefighter, Eric Williams, Friday. After spen ...