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King Fire forested areas reopen to public access

The forest area affected by the King Fire in late 2014 reopened to the public Saturday, according to Forest Supervisor Laurence Crabtree. “I’ve decided to reopen the n ...

Special district celebrates 25 years of service

Sandwiched in the midst of a full schedule of recreational and learning activities at the El Dorado Hills Community Services District is celebration this year of its 25 years of se ...

Folsom-Auburn Road closure Wednesday for tree removal

A daytime closure on Folsom-Auburn Road is planned Wednesday to allow for a critical removal of a tree that poses safety concerns for motorists and pedestrians. SMUD crews will re ...

Ayusa launches search for EDH families to host exchange students

The nonprofit organization Ayusa International is actively seeking El Dorado Hills volunteer host families for exchange students for the 2015-2016 school year. “Besides givi ...

Big Day of Giving supports nonprofits

The countdown is on for the Big Day of Giving on Tuesday, May 5, for nonprofit organizations throughout the region. “This is a great opportunity for our community to learn m ...

Folsom Save Mart to close in May

Officials of the Folsom Save Mart store, at 1003 E. Bidwell, announced on Friday, April 17, that the store will close on Saturday, May 30. According to Stacia Levenfeld, with Save ...

EDH volunteer earns President’s Volunteer Service Award

During National Volunteer Week this month, April 12-18, California-based volunteers were recognized by President Barack Obama and the humanitarian organization ShelterBox USA. The ...

‘Give Where You Live’ 24-hour giving challenge today

Today locals from El Dorado Hills to South Lake Tahoe will give back to their community through the “Give Where You Live” 24-hour giving challenge to raise funds and aw ...

Gun range is a go

Consistent with its original plans, the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians has made the decision to develop a gun range that will be open only to tribal members and their guests ...

New e-testing begins across counties

Local students are beginning the first official year of California’s new computerized assessments this spring. The tests, known as Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBA ...