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Friends plan fundraiser to aid Folsom family

The community is rallying together next week to support a Folsom family in need of financial assistance. Michelle Kinkaid, of Folsom, recently lost her husband Jason to a long bat ...

Realtor of the Week: John J. Hayes III

Realtor John Hayes has worked in Folsom for 10 years and lived in Folsom for the last five years. Hayes and his wife, Brigitte, have a 9-year-old daughter named Katie. Brigitte ha ...

Gin Blossoms to play Saturday in Folsom

For more than two decades, Gin Blossoms have defined the sound of jangle pop. From their late 80s start as Arizona’s top indie rock outfit, the Tempe-based combo has drawn c ...

From Asperger’s to Eagle Scout

Becoming an Eagle Scout for any boy is not an easy task, but for Oak Ridge senior Jordan Lee, it was even more of a challenge because he has Asperger’s Syndrome. Asperger&rs ...

EDH group targets Cyber Crime Awareness

October is also Cyber Crime Awareness Month. Alexis Moore, founder of Survivors in Action, an international nonprofit crime victims’ organization in El Dorado Hills, is worki ...

Donations needed for Folsom Community Service Day food drive

Folsom’s first Community Service Day, on Saturday, Oct. 25, will include a citywide food drive for Twin Lakes Food Bank. The goal is to collect nonperishable food for more th ...

Come and celebrate a long-gone era

Renaissance Productions will once again bring the magic of a lost age to life in Folsom Lion’s Park. Queens of England, ambassadors from foreign lands and juggling jesters, ...

Folsom Muslim group opens doors to community

The Muslim Community of Folsom will have an Open House Lunch event this weekend to introduce themselves to the public. “This is an event three decades in the making, going b ...

‘Sutter Street Sam’ walks to inspire others

Sam Schiller, known to many as “Sutter Street Sam,” is known for his enthusiasm and kindness to other Folsomites. Now he wants to share his story in hopes of inspiring ...