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‘Art from the Heart’ benefits local artists

The El Dorado Hills Arts Association (EDHAA) is teaming up with El Dorado Hills Community Services District (EDHCSD) this week to present the special community art show, “Art ...

Camellia Day in full bloom at Murer House

February is a time when love is in bloom, and in many areas, camellias, as well. In honor of the blossom, the Murer House in Folsom is partnering with Green Acres Nursery to host i ...

Folsom Prison Museum may soon be on the move

Recently, Assemblywoman Beth Gaines reintroduced legislation that would remember the history of Folsom Prison and recognize the work of current and former corrections officers. As ...

EDH thespian comes full-circle in career

Eric Presnall was born and raised in El Dorado Hills, but now lives on a touring bus performing around the county with the national touring group “Mamma Mia!” Presnall ...

Love your heart

With love in the hearts of many this month, February is also a time to remind people to look at the love they give their own heart. February is American Heart Month and to help ki ...

New inspirational book shares faith, hope

Julie Grande grew up in a welcoming and loving home and has now put her life experiences and knowledge into words to share with the world. Grande, 47, of Citrus Heights, recently ...

World class entertainment at Harris Center

Harris Center for the Arts brought another world class performance to Folsom with St. Petersburg Symphony. The symphony’s current tour of United States includes performances ...

Russell Ranch student ‘School Champion’ for National Geographic Bee

Russell Ranch Elementary fifth grader Isak Robinson, was recently named “School Champion” for the National Geographic Bee and is now preparing to take a written test ne ...

Taxi vouchers to help seniors on the move

El Dorado Hills’ seniors may have a new way to get around town through a taxi voucher program. The proposed taxi voucher program will provide on-demand, subsidized taxi serv ...