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Art, wine flow into Town Center

It was pedestrian traffic only on the streets of Town Center for the eighth annual El Dorado Hills Art and Wine Affaire. More than 150 artists displayed their handmade wares and ...

Teen takes first for region

Mike Tharratt, a junior at Oak Ridge High School, was one of nine first-place finishers in a national essay contest put on by the Bill of Rights Institute. His winning essay was ...

Garden brings students, parents together

A local school is hoping to bid farewell to the days when a school lunch wasn’t much more than a corn dog or a slab of pizza. In a special assembly Friday, Lakeview Elementary u ...

Firefighters ride for charity

Hundreds of bikers turned out to support the Hangtown Firefighters motorcycle clubs’ charity event Saturday at PJs Roadhouse in Placerville. Terry and Chris Barns, event organi ...

Residents sound off over land acquisition

CAMERON PARK — Public access and a parking lot are the current concerns of those who live near the 700 acres of land near the town of Rescue that was acquired by the Bureau of La ...

After 37 years, ‘Red’ rolls to a stop at bowling alley

Known in the bowling community by her red hair and positive personality, one local lady is shelving her bowling shoes. Coral “Red” Barboza, 81, has made bowling not only a hob ...

Renaud is Folsom’s first female police chief

Folsom’s first female police chief is now in command. Last week, Cynthia Renaud officially became Folsom’s first female police chief during a swearing-in ceremony where she wa ...

Weather delays Auburn Folsom Road expansion

Motorists can expect more traffic and construction delays on Auburn Folsom Road for at least the next two months. According to Matthew Mediol of the Placer County Department of Pu ...

Art, wine, food in store for Historic District

Organizers for Folsom's next Second Saturday are chalking up warm weather and a newly renovated street to what they anticipate will be a popular family friendly event. "We have an ...