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Burglary Suspect Collides With Minivan

A police chase involving a 25 year old male suspected of burglary in Folsom, narrowly avoided ending in tragedy. At 8:09 a.m. officers responded to a call about a possible burglary ...

Gov. signs privacy act

Recently Gov. Jerry Brown signed the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act (CalECPA, SB178) into law. The bill, authored in a bipartisan move by Senators Mark Leno (D-Sa ...

Cappuccino Cruisers plan Halloween event

With Halloween around the corner, Cruise Master Ray Manchese and the Cappuccino Cruisers are getting ready to host their regular Trunk or Treat event on Wednesday, October 28. Ev ...

City offers unique Halloween celebration

The Folsom Historic District has become the place to be to enjoy all that Halloween has to offer. For more than five years, the Historic District has been the site of “Nigh ...

Handlin drought, El Nino

We live in interesting times. At City Hall this week, we have been monitoring and addressing drought conditions while on the other hand preparing for the forecasted El Nino storms. ...

Inaugural Anti-Bullying Club awareness benefit tonight

The Folsom High School Anti-Bullying Club is pleased to announce for the first time ever, an Anti-Bullying Awareness and Concert event. This is a free event that will be in the Fol ...

Folsom dentist office turning donated candy to cash for charity

Folsom Expressions in Dentistry will provide children $1 for every pound of candy they bring into our office and make a charitable donation that matches dollar for dollar! Expres ...

Jazz students to perform at fundraiser

The Folsom High School Jazz Bands and Choirs will perform at the 20th annual Folsom Crab Feed and Auction, Friday November 20 from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at the Folsom Community C ...

Folsom Dam Water control workshop slated

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in partnership with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, California Department of Water Resources, and Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency will hold a ...

Twin Lakes Food Bank hosts 29th dinner auction

Twin Lakes Food Bank will hold its 29th annual Dinner Auction, the bank’s only fundraiser, on Saturday, November 7. The fundraiser will “keep the food bank’s truc ...

'Right to Die' bill passes

California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed AB2x 15 also known as the “Right to Die Bill.” The bill allows terminally ill Californians to legally end their own live ...

Folsom Philanthropist Bill Cummings Passes Away

William “Bill” Cummings, a longtime pillar of the Folsom and Sacramento communities recently passed away; leaving behind his wife Claudia, two sons, a step son and step ...

SAAVEDRA’S NEW DEN - State Champ transfers to Granite Bay

Two weeks into the new school year, Granite Bay High wrestling coach Robert Cooley got a text message he couldn’t believe, from a number he didn’t recognize. “It ...

Jogging With the Dogs

Folsom resident Richard Hunter suffers from retinitis pigmentosa, a degenerative eye condition that has left him legally blind. Diagnosed while he was serving as a Second Lieutenan ...

William J. Brehm Sr. passes away at 89

William J. Brehm Sr., 89, died Oct. 4 after a long battle with cancer at his home in Poway, Calif.  He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Mona, and children Tina McDonald (P ...