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City Scene: Revitalization promises economic vitality, historic preservation for Folsom

Construction crews will be a familiar site on Sutter Street after a significant revitalization project kicks off next week. Shops, galleries, bars and restaurants will remain open ...

Groups gear up for Veterans Day

Susan Douglass is calling for all local Girl Scouts, as well as alumni, to march is the Veterans Day Parade at 9 a.m. on Nov. 11. She is the Girl Scout Folsom Trails Service Unit # ...

Lifelong learning opportunities abound

We all know that Folsom’s outstanding schools provide a high caliber education for our youth. A lesser-known fact is that Folsom also offers countless low cost, life-long learn ...

Streetscape raising questions

STREETSCAPE MEETING 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 7 Folsom Public Library meeting room, 411 Stafford St. --- Dozens of people filled the Folsom Public Library’s meeting area Wed ...

Rain didn’t wash away need for water conservation

Some folks have asked if the winter storms that dumped so much snow in the Sierra and dramatically raised water levels at Folsom Lake will bring a reversal to our Stage Three water ...

City to celebrate opening of Folsom Lake Crossing

Folsom residents and regional commuters have reason to celebrate as the long-awaited and much-anticipated opening of Folsom Lake Crossing is just a little more than month away. We ...

Despite economy, Folsom earns high bond rating

Folsom City Manager Kerry Miller announced Tuesday night that Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services affirmed Folsom’s "AA-" rating on outstanding general obligation bonds and said ...

Proposed budget retains quality of life ingredients

Folsom residents share a high degree of pride in our outstanding quality of life. We live in a wonderful community with incomparable natural amenities and abundant services unknown ...

Folsom families face budget ax

Folsom hopes to close an $8.6 million budget deficit by eliminating 10 percent of its workforce, restructuring fire department operations, tapping into $4.7 million of unallocated ...

Folsom seeks to cut 55 positions, limit recreational offerings

Folsom hopes to close an $8.6 million budget deficit by eliminating 10 percent of its workforce, restructuring fire department operations, tapping into $4.7 million of unallocated ...