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Catalytic converter theft exhausting local cities

If it hasn’t already, catalytic converter theft may be coming to a city near you. At the end of October, Folsom was struck with eight different catalytic converter thefts in ...

Joining forces for Thanksgiving

Fidelis Marketing in Folsom teamed up with other local businesses and military to deliver nearly 9 tons of turkeys to the Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services this Thanksgiving ...

For 916 Poker Depot in Folsom, it’s all hands on deck

Eric Cieri is a third-generation woodworker and has built custom casino equipment for more than 10 years. After receiving a call from Hollywood executives, his work will be feature ...

Aiming to serve those who served

The Veterans Affairs Commission has awarded the Food Bank of El Dorado County $9,000 through its El Dorado Veterans Fund at El Dorado Community Foundation to support its No Vet Goe ...

Retailers bullish on holiday sales

Retailers in El Dorado Hills and Folsom are expecting a jolly jingling of cash registers during the crucial end-of-year holiday sales. Despite lingering economic caution in the wa ...

Ponderosa High on alert during man-with-gun report

Ponderosa High School went into lockdown just before 10 a.m.Wednesday after a man carrying a rifle was reported in the neighborhood south of the school. The school implemented a &l ...

Supes OK Town Center complex

El Dorado County’s Board of Supervisors has voted 4-1 to override the county Planning Commission and give its approval for construction of a 250-unit Town Center luxury apart ...

El Dorado Transit announces holiday closure

El Dorado Transit will not operate bus or Dial-A-Ride service on Thursday, Nov. 27, or Friday, Nov. 28, in observance of Thanksgiving. El Dorado Transit’s business office and ...

Telegraph welcomes new editor

Staff report There’s a new editor at The Telegraph, and she is ready to write. As of Nov. 10, Lydia McNabb took on the role of editor at the Folsom Telegraph and the El Dor ...

Roseville murder suspect Beau Smith described as 'great kid'

A star receiver of prep and collegiate football, class of 2011 Roseville High graduate Beau Smith is suddenly in need of a great defense. Confined to a holding cell at the Marion ...