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Dolce Vita Caffѐ brings a new flavor to Folsom

Recently opened in September, Dolce Vita Caffѐ brings a little bit of Italy to the Folsom community. After taking a trip to Italy last year, owners Denise and Joseph Husary wante ...

H4H’s Education Program is in full swing

Hands4Hope (H4H) is known throughout the community for the work they do to support local area unmet needs through community service and service learning projects. Did you know tha ...

Who’s Who in the Folsom Zoo; Meet orphaned mountain lion, Cedar

Editor’s note: This is a weekly feature in the Folsom Telegraph where readers will get the opportunity to meet Folsom’s furriest. This week’s “Who’s W ...

Lighting plays a key role in classroom behavior

SMUD recently partnered with the Folsom Cordova Unified School District to study the effects of tunable LED lighting systems in the classroom and at the homes of children with auti ...

Team Celebrate expands to all 50 states

Team Celebrate, a California-based non-profit that provides an opportunity for youth philanthropists to change the world, one foster kid’s birthday at a time, announced their ...

FCUSD schools, offices remain closed through Friday, Nov 16

Due to persistent unhealthy air quality conditions all District schools and offices in the Folsom Cordova Unified School District (FCUSD) will remain closed on Friday, Nov. 16, acc ...

FCUSD schools, offices to close Thursday Nov. 15 due to smoke

Due to persistent unhealthy air quality conditions from the area wildfires, officials from the Folsom Cordova Unified School District are closing all District schools and offices, ...

Devastating Wildfire: Could it happen here?

With the devastating fires in Paradise and Malibu, many are thinking and asking, could it happen here? How well prepared is Folsom and El Dorado Hills in the event of a massive fir ...

Historic District Ice Rink opens

Opened this week, the ever-popular Folsom Historic District Ice Rink will add to the city’s holiday spirit. With hourly sessions filled with merry and joyful music, the 7,40 ...

Folsom air, not so fair

While the tragic Camp Fire in the community of Paradise is some 80 miles from Folsom, its devastation and danger is having an impact on our area. Heavy smoke has posed a number of ...

Turkey Time: Local non-profit feeds 5,500 families

Local non-profit Friends of Folsom threw a small party in the Walmart parking lot Monday, Nov.12, in hopes of the community donating turkeys to their annual turkey drive. With a D ...

Council, school board election update

As votes continue to be counted for the 2018 election, a recent update is in as of 2:03 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 13. Since the previous update last week, trends continue to remain the ...

Council approves Stage Line transfer to SacRT

The Folsom City Council unanimously approved an annexation agreement to transfer the Stage Line to the Sacramento Regional Transit District (SacRT) during Tuesday’s, Nov. 13, ...

Crime in the Folsom community

Oct. 26 Greg Gifford, 53, of Folsom, was arrested for resisting arrest, disturbing the peace and trespassing at 6 p.m. on the 300 block of Palladio Parkway. Daniel Fetterman, 60, ...

$20 M in SB 1 funding secure following Prop 6 failure

The Capital SouthEast Connector Joint Powers Authority announced on Nov. 8 that the $20 million in grant funding previously secured through the California Transportation Commission ...