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Folsom Live partners with local charity

As the old saying goes, “If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you feed him for lifetime.” While overused, the quote provides an apt des ...

Folsom names new city manager

Folsom leaders have tapped the assistant city manager to take over as the city manager. Folsom Mayor Andy Morin announced Tuesday, Sept. 13, that the City Council has selected Ever ...

Helicopter takes to skies over El Dorado County

Two volunteer pilots have stepped up to assist the El Dorado County Sheriff’s office in keeping the community safe. Ed Rincon and Dr. Richard Moorehouse, who own a Jet Ranger he ...

Wine, cheese centerpiece of firefighter fundraiser

Over the weekend, the 39th annual El Dorado Hills Firefighters’ Association’s Wine, Cheese and Brew Festival fundraiser brought attracted more than 700 to support local firefig ...

Grace rides in to save hurt horses

Volunteers from the Grace Foundation were once again rescuing abused and neglected horses, taking in more than 35 from a Susanville ranch — and those were the lucky ones. Escorte ...

Grave project needs funding

A plan to replace controversial grave markers at the Mormon Island Relocation Cemetery could be implemented within months, according to county and state officials close to the proj ...

Board begins reinstatement of Skeel

The first in a series of meetings took place last week as part of the process to reinstate the El Dorado Hills Community Services general manager who remains on administrative leav ...

Cyclebration rides into town

Cyclebration is Folsom’s signature cycling festival running a full two days, Sept. 17-18. Admission for spectators is free. There will be some road closures on Sunday (details li ...

Vista kicks off homecoming with Wednesday evening parade

With fall just around the corner, it can only mean one thing for local students — it’s time to celebrate homecoming. The second homecoming parade and night rally is at 6 p.m. t ...