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Community Portrait: Hats off to longtime barber

Randy Boxell has seen countless changes in his clients and his city over four decades. With a few snips of the scissors, he’s often the one making those changes. Boxell has groom ...

Folsom Crime Log, Jan. 15-19

Jan. 19 Burglary/vandalism at 8:16 a.m. in the 100 block of Prewett Drive. A rock was thrown through the window and graffiti was spray-painted on the building. Items were stolen. C ...

Man was plagued by health problems

Details are beginning to emerge about the man found dead near a trail off of East Natoma Street last month. Boys riding bicycles discovered the badly decomposed body on Dec. 5 and ...

Editor's View: Is Streetscape a financial boon or bust?

Saturday was a fine morning in the Folsom Historic District. Residents, city officials and business leaders gathered on the chilly morning in the parking lot at Wool and Sutter str ...

Hill Happenings: Chow down in Cameron Park

Between Historic Placerville and trendy El Dorado Hills sits the oft-overlooked Cameron Park area – especially when it comes to dining. Cameron Park, which isn’t really a town ...

Digging into Streetscape

Despite damp and chilly Folsom weather, more than 100 residents turned out for Saturday’s groundbreaking of the historic district’s $8.4 million revitalization effort, dubbed S ...

Community Portrait: Wine, dining, finer things appeal to 'Billy V'

William “Billy V” Vandegrift is a well-known and often-recognized fixture in El Dorado Hills. Vandegrift, a director with El Dorado Hills Community Services District, has an af ...

Sutter Street Theatre taking on new roles

While the familiar trees down the center of Sutter Street are being torn out by their roots, the region’s only year-round performing arts theater is putting down roots. With a ne ...