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EDH Tea Party Patriots plan picnic, speakers

The Tea Party Patriots of El Dorado Hills is inviting the public to a “Wrapping up the Season” picnic from 3 p.m. to dusk Saturday at Bertlesen Park, 860 Redwood Lane i ...

Larger tax credit for TV, movies seen as boon

The more than tripling of California’s film and television tax credit, signed into law last month by Gov. Jerry Brown to help put the brakes on “runaway” producti ...

Fire board candidates focus on budget, spending

Candidates for the El Dorado Hills Fire Board discussed their positions at a recent forum hosted by the Tea Party Patriots of El Dorado Hills at the Holiday Inn Express. Appearing ...

Firefighters and flapjacks: You never sausage a thing

Wake up early Saturday, and bring your appetite — and your questions. The City of Folsom Fire Department is hosting its 3rd Annual Fire Station Open House and Pancake Breakf ...

Consider responsibility for renting

According to El Dorado County Treasurer & Tax Collector’s Office, before buying a vacation home rental in the unincorporated area of El Dorado County, investors should ca ...

Measure G would finish stadium at Vista; add second gym at Folsom High

There will be a lot of administrators, teachers and coaches, employees and students at Folsom and Vista del Lago high schools, not to mention city residents, eager to learn of the ...

Media Life: Newcastle contractor constructs Johnny Cash Trail span

Folsom’s new $3.8 million overcrossing on the Johnny Cash Trail gets the ribbon-cutting treatment on Saturday with the Man in Black’s daughter Rosanne Cash helping out. ...

Correction

In the "What's Happening" feature on Page A1 of this week's Folsom Telegraph, an incorrect date was published for the Glow Run. The event, sponsored by Folsom Par ...

Progress House provides recovery treatment

After serving as a Folsom Chamber of Commerce ambassador, Folsom Park and Recreation art instructor and receiving more than 30 years of experience with the recovery community, Barb ...

Police Foundation gets nod from city

The new Folsom Police Foundation made its public debut as a concept last week before the City Council, and the reception was positive. Police Chief Cynthia Renaud explains the fou ...