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Celebrate Folsom Prison’s 135th anniversary at benefit event

Updated 10:45 a.m. July 22, 2015: The Old Guard Foundation board has elected to cancel this event. This year marks Folsom State Prison’s 135th anniversary. Opened in 1880, i ...

Children, pets left in cars a deadly setup

Every summer, drivers are reminded of the dangers of leaving pets and small children in parked cars. Still, Folsom Police officers continue to receive calls of this offense. &ldqu ...

FAMILIAR TRAIL: Placer freshman Claire Ross will take on the 2015 Tevis Cup

Over 200 riders will traverse the Western States Trail from Tahoe to Auburn Aug. 1 for a 100-mile trek that’s considered the oldest endurance trail ride in the world — ...

Folsom food bank needs community support

This month Folsom businesses are collecting food and other donations to help fill the shelves at Twin Lakes Food Bank in Folsom. The staff at Benevento Chiropractic in Folsom are ...

Affiniti Real Estate broker arrested on child molestation and peeping charges

Broker and Certified Minority Business Owner of Affiniti Real Estate and Property Management Andrew Lee, 49, was arrested at 11:10 a.m. Tuesday at a residence in the Serrano Housin ...

Goats feast at Folsom Kaiser

Approximately 150 goats are on the job at Kaiser Permanente, hired for their appetites to manage the vegetation on 35 acres of property outside the Folsom Ambulatory Surgery Unit n ...

Reports of water waste reach new high

With drought-related water restrictions running full force in El Dorado Hills and Folsom, how have local residents responded to water agency invitations to turn in water-wasters? ...

Mail thieves arrested again

According to the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department, mail theft is becoming an all too common crime for residents. Just after noon on June 29, sheriff’s deputies re ...

Hands4Hope kicks off second school supply drive for local children

The El Dorado County youth-driven nonprofit organization, Hands4Hope, is kicking off their second school supply drive to benefit children in need in El Dorado and Sacramento counti ...

Power outage hits El Dorado Hills

Much of El Dorado Hills was in the dark after a Pacific Gas & Electric Company power outage hit at 7:27 p.m. Tuesday. Nearly all of Town Center was still lit, but business on t ...

Residents to vote on future of golf course

More than 80 El Dorado Hills residents attended a special Community Services District meeting June 18, to voice their opposition to the proposed development of 98-acres of open spa ...

Leave pyrotechnics to the pros

Safety is the main goal of the El Dorado Hills Fire Department, which is why officials are reminding residents that fireworks are not legal in El Dorado County. There are, however, ...

California ISO declares Flex Alert for California

The California Independent System Operator Corporation (ISO) is declaring a Flex Alert for Tuesday and Wednesday in California. Consumers are urged to reduce their energy use duri ...

State assembly honors Veteran of the Year

Colonel David Shaw of El Dorado Hills was recognized as Veteran of the Year for the 6th Assembly District at the Veterans Recognition Luncheon in Sacramento. The luncheon was atte ...

Dry spell hits local recreation centers

Like many things during California’s historic drought, some local recreational activities are drying up. Folsom Lake Marina, one of the largest marinas in the state and the ...