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Abandoned properties easily become everyone’s problem

Lazy summer days are usually the “busy” season for real estate professionals, characterized by families making moves between school years, empty nesters downsizing to smaller h ...

Local construction company marks 50th anniversary

Roebbelen Contracting, Inc., the builder of hundreds of commercial, institutional and industrial projects in Northern California and the Sacramento region, is celebrating its 50th ...

Pools? These kids are diving into books

Rather than planting themselves in front of the computer or television this summer, many kids are planning to immerse themselves in reading. The Folsom Public Library’s Summer R ...

Mom steps in to help nab alleged child predator

Allegedly sending sexually explicit instant messages has landed a Folsom resident, a registered sex offender, behind bars. Police arrested Gerald Ivor Edwards, 53, at his home Wedn ...

Fraud allegations land former EDH man in jail

A former El Dorado Hills man is cooling his heels behind bars. Richard R. Betchley, a former resident of El Dorado Hills, was arrested today on suspicion of committing 28 felonies ...

Top student awarded

Folsom resident Max Botner, right, received an award from Bryce Jessup, president of Rocklin’s William Jessup University at the graduation ceremony on May 16. More than 150 stude ...

What would you do if you came across a mountain lion?

‘You can’t play dead. Be as big and as loud as you can.’ -- Nick Gust, Folsom ‘I’d run. I’m pretty fast.’ -- Nick Swanson, Folsom ‘Probably jump around, raise ...

State tries to help home buyers

After years of declining real estate prices in California, families who have been waiting for the right time to purchase their first home are faced with the question: Is now the ti ...