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Locals tap zoo as family favorite

Since 1963, the small Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary has been home to some very special animals. All the animals are non-releasable, according to zoo officials. Many were raised, and re ...

Nursery nurtures reader devotion

Green Valley Nursery and Landscape is all about customer service, which is one reason they were voted Best of the Best nursery in El Dorado Hills. Diana Hawk, of El Dorado Hills, h ...

B&J coasts into title win

B&J Auto Body Shop might only have a satellite office in Folsom with headquarters located at 11000 Folsom Blvd. in Rancho Cordova, but clients thought enough of their work to vote ...

Local law enforcement discuss complexity of missing person cases

After a panel discussion at the Capitol Wednesday about the Jaycee Dugard case, local officials are hoping for a change in how serious offenders’ parole is evaluated. Local law ...

Man arrested at swim tourney

A 36-year-old North Highlands resident was arrested on suspicion of taking pictures of young swimmers participating in a championship meet at Sierra College on Saturday morning. L ...

Car sparks highway shoulder grass fire

Sac Metro Fire Department responded to a grass fire at Folsom Boulevard and Highway 50 Tuesday afternoon. Sac Metro units, two Folsom units and a helicopter arrived to help extingu ...

Keeping an eye on the neighborhood

As you step into your SUV and turn on the ignition, the sound of a jet boat overtakes your vehicle. You have been the victim of catalytic converter theft. The Folsom Police Departm ...

Train returns to Latrobe after 54-year absence

Aug. 6 and 7 will mark the first passenger train of the Placerville & Sacramento Valley Railroad (P&SVRR) to the town of Latrobe since 1957. Although some freight trains have run, ...

Raley's turns to local mom for radio spots

Folsom resident and mom Barbara Shane will be heard on more than 50 radio stations from the California Central Coast to Central Nevada. Shane was selected from a pool of approximat ...

Hospice care not just for people anymore

Two veterinarians from Sacramento County are aiming to revolutionize health treatment for pets. Earlier this year, Dr. Margaret Hunt and Dr. Lynn Hendrix opened Beloved Pet Mobile ...