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Business challenges, opportunities discussed by Chamber

FedCorp President Joe Gagliardi offered the message last week that economic development is vital to sustaining the city's quality of life. Gagliardi's presentation to the Folsom Ch ...

FHS graduation Thursday night

Sara Drakeley is one of Folsom High School's 557 seniors set to graduate Thursday. Like most of her peers, the last few days have been an emotional roller coaster. "It's such a mi ...

Films made locally to premiere next week

Hollywood may boast the big names, but Folsom and El Dorado Hills are producing their own batch of homegrown film auteurs. Next month's premier of "Something in the Clearing" at Cr ...

Dames with flames

What started as a monthly "girls' night out" has resulted in the publication of a unique cookbook. Four members of an informal cooking club have spent the past three years developi ...

Remembering veterans

Jim Timms plays Taps during Monday's Memorial Day service at Lakeside Memorial Lawn. Hosted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, nearly 100 people attended the ceremonies honoring U.S. ...

Folsom's finest honored in awards ceremony

Folsom's finest were honored during Friday's Public Safety and Community Recognition Awards luncheon. Keynote speaker former Sacramento County Sheriff Glen Craig told the gathering ...

Apple Hill winery hosts open house

Madroña Vineyards will be celebrating its 26th Annual Open House Memorial Day Weekend from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on May 27 and 28. Situated in the heart of Apple Hill at 2560 ...

Fair Oaks Renaissance Tudor Fayre June 24, 25

Learn the graceful English Country or the lively Irish dance during the Fair Oaks Renaissance Tudor Fayre scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, June 24 and 25. The festivities, which ...

Sutter Street Thursday Night Markets opening June 9

Folsom Historic District Association will kick off another season of Thursday Night Markets on June 9. Four blocks of Sutter Street will be filled with food, music and children's a ...

Folsom dry cleaner goes 'green'

Jung H. Suh is trying to clean up the environment by simply washing clothes. The owner of Blue Ravine Cleaners in Folsom, Suh installed a new, environmentally friendly washing mac ...

And also going green . . .

REI in Folsom became the first certified "green business" in the city of Folsom in April when the store was officially added in the Sacramento Area Green Business Program. This pr ...

Business Briefs

Jennifer Umbenhaur of Folsom was among thousands of Independent Consultants who recently attended BeautiControl's Leadership Conference 2006 in Dallas. The two-day national meeting ...

Third annual benefit for ACS honors victims, survivors of cancer

Kelly Burke could barely keep her eyes open on Monday. As the day went on and she read her e-mails and answered phone calls, however, Burke felt a little less tired. Burke and Wend ...

People in the News

Greg Basler, a 1994 graduate of Folsom High School, recently completed the firefighter/paramedic academy at Roseville Fire Department. Basler graduated from California State Univer ...

For Your Information

Folsom Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 6604, will hold the annual Memorial Day services at 11 a.m. Monday at Lakeside Cemetery on Forrest Street. Guest speakers include Mayor Andy M ...