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Folsom Crime Log, Jan. 6-11

Jan. 11 Vehicle burglaries were reported at 7:11 a.m. and 2:54 p.m. in the 200 block of Natoma Station Drive. The windows of the vehicles were broken. Stereos, iPods, jackets, ampl ...

Business blames state for woes

Business owners vented their frustrations at a hearing in Folsom last week and their main message was the same — state regulations are choking businesses and the economy. Sponsor ...

Federal fraud charges levied against Folsom man

A local man is facing up to a 30-year prison sentence for money laundering and mail fraud. On Jan. 12, a federal grand jury returned an indictment charging Luis Fernandez with the ...

Police seek help in death probe

Officials are continuing the investigation into the body discovered on E. Natoma Street in December, but have yet to release the person’s name. “Not much has changed. ID was fo ...

Streetscape to break ground Saturday

Like the times, Sutter Street is a-changin’. Backed by the city council’s blessing, the $8.4 million Streetscape project will break ground on Saturday, with the planned constru ...

Market Matters: Is a ‘Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure’ the right option?

Homeowners facing a loss of their home sometimes think that just handing the keys back and walking away will solve their mortgage problem. They’re wrong. Knowing the facts will h ...

The Real McCoy: How can an appraisal torpedo a purchase?

Dear Kari, We looked at roughly 45 homes and finally found “the one” and made the offer with our nerves on edge. We were so thrilled when the Realtor said we were the proud new ...

Serrano home in search of family

If you’re in the market for a stunning family home in the rolling hills of Serrano, look no further than 4328 Lafayette Drive in El Dorado Hills. This impressive 2,340-square-fo ...

El Dorado Hills Library receives high praise

The El Dorado Hills Library earned high marks from the recent grand jury review. Members of the El Dorado County Grand Jury made “an announced visit on Jan. 6, 2009” and toure ...

El Dorado Hills residents protest EID’s proposed rate hike

Hundreds of angered El Dorado Hills residents turned out for a Wednesday public meeting to voice their concerns over the El Dorado Irrigation District’s proposed rate hike. AT le ...