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Holiday run features festival-like atmosphere

Organizers of this year’s annual Turkey Trot hope runners will be seeking a way to burn off extra calories before they stuff themselves at Thanksgiving dinner. “It’s a neat ...

Teen goes from open mics to making music video

Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once said that music is the universal language of mankind. And for local singer and songwriter Celeste Tauchar, every day is an opportunity to reac ...

Folsom has new interim police chief

Folsom has a new top lawman, at least for now. Effective immediately, Randy Ulibarri will serve as interim police chief during a search for a permanent replacement for retired Chi ...

Hundreds turn out for blues benefit

For a small group of local veterans, teaching children about the sacrifice of the country’s soldiers is the driving force behind a planned memorial park. John Cordova and Adrian ...

Child porn collector faces 10 years

A Shingle Springs man pleaded guilty last week to possession of child pornography and now faces up to 10 years in prison. Jeffery Rogers, 60, entered the plea before U.S. District ...

Jury convicts ex-Doolittle aide in corruption case

Forever linked to a lobbyist and former staff member now found guilty of corruption charges, retired Rep. John Doolittle, R-Roseville, said Tuesday that Kevin Ring’s conviction o ...

Do you suffer from Potter mania?

Have you read all the Harry Potter books and seen all the movies? Are you planning on dressing up for the new movie opening at the end of this week? Are you going to camp out for t ...

Businesses bank on rink, art walk to draw customers

As skaters packed the recently opened outdoor ice rink and potential customers strolled Sutter Street for the Second Saturday Art Walk, merchants are hoping the business district ...

Police: 'Grandkids' in trouble may actually be scammers

For one local grandmother, a phone call from someone claiming to be her grandson turned out to be anything but. “I think people ought to be warned about this scam,” said Betty ...

City receives grant to rehire school resource officers

The U.S. Department of Justice awarded the City of Folsom a $1,242,777 grant to hire three full-time officers and was unanimously approved by Folsom City Council. “This allows u ...

Burgers with a side order of 'Glee' benefits charity

Teachers dropped their pencils and picked up their instruments in true “Glee” style Wednesday. Last week nearly $1,200 was raised at McTeacher’s Glee Fest to benefit a Folso ...

Coyote sightings spark concern

If you see a coyote roaming the streets — rest assured it’s not Wile E. Coyote looking for the elusive Road Runner. Some Folsom residents have told the Telegraph coyotes have ...

Thousands pay tribute to veterans

More than 5,000 people lined the streets to watch the annual Wayne Spence Folsom Veterans Day parade. More than 2,300 people and 150 cars participated in the parade. Fighter jets f ...

Thieves target the letter 'E'

Residents in Folsom’s Empire Ranch may need to buy a vowel. In recent months, residents noticed the “E” plaques from the monuments have disappeared. “Almost all of the in ...

Vista soccer claims first-ever section title

As a parent, Pat Galvin could hardly stand to watch Saturday’s Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV championship soccer game. His son, Connor, a senior captain on the team, was playi ...