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CHP puts emphasis on traffic safety through citations

Jaywalkers last week had another reason to look both ways before crossing the street – especially if they found themselves caught up in the latest traffic safety operation. ...

Mather noise lawsuits still up in the air

After more than a decade of accusations, pleas, rejections and general wrangling, the gloves are off in what’s become a legal battle: El Dorado County and the City of Folsom ...

Cheers to New Year’s safety

The holiday season is full of sparkling occasions for many to clink glasses in celebration. As such, it also makes it a great time to think twice about picking up the keys to drive ...

Police seek public's help in robbery investigation

Just after 2 p.m. Tuesday, a woman in the 1300 block of Freswick Drive in Folsom reported that two men had pushed their way into her home and ransacked the home. &nb ...

Taste silky design at The Chocolate Architect

Becki DeKoning-Tyner always had a passion for design. After designing structures for years as a licensed architect, her designs began to take more of a sweeter approach. She is no ...

Plunge into 2015 in El Dorado Hills

For those looking to make a splash in the New Year, the El Dorado Hills Community Service District will offer families an afternoon of swimming in the community pool. “This ...

Total Yoga follows traditional techniques, language

After spending the last two years studying yoga in India, Slavica Gokul decided to bring her unique teachings to the states and open a yoga studio in Folsom. In a small space rent ...

Grab a slice at Wally’s

The owners of FLB Entertainment Center and FLB Sports Bar and Casino have opened more doors in Cameron Park. Wally’s Pizza Bar will be open for January and is the next gener ...

Intel Folsom helps foster kids all year through women’s group

Christina Daubeneck, a marketing engineer for Intel Folsom, was surprised when a colleague gifted her a one-year membership to United Way’s Women in Philanthropy. Soon she wa ...

Senior home care business to grow, hire in new year

As America’s aging population continues to grow, the need for caregivers has become increasingly apparent. The Rancho Cordova-based franchise, Home Instead Senior Care, a pr ...