Living

Folsom mom gets creative in the kitchen

Pork tenderloin, peaches and prosciutto di parma equals one popular sandwich for a Folsom mom. Dana Fox, 40, has lived in Folsom for 17 years and her love of sandwiches has earned ...

Concours cruise

Bentley, Rolls-Royce, MGs, Jaguars and Aston Martins shone brightly in the Sunday sun for the seventh annual Niello Concours at Serrano. “The British are Coming” was this year ...

A Word to the Wise: Now is not the time to be undecided

About 100 years ago a popular song declared, “Happy Days are Here Again.” Well, election time is here again, and the days aren’t happy. You can tell the return of the elect ...

Folsom High movie connects past and present

A film documenting the history of Folsom high School made its debut at the Jill Solberg Theater, connecting today’s students with the school’s past. Gwynne Rouse-Willison, of ...

Inmates turn to farming to help zoo animals

City staff layoffs prompted officials with California State Prison, Sacramento, to hatch a plan for inmates help out local wildlife. The Folsom Zoo Inmate Garden Project was launc ...

4 Weeks of Fright: There's more than one kind of spirit at Yager's Tap House

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a four-part series highlighting spooky tales in the area. For story suggestions, contact the editor at donc@goldcountrymedia.com. There might ...

Folsom Live party hits record attendance

Folsom Live attendance was up on Sept. 25, despite construction concerns, but reaction from local merchants has been mixed. According to city officials, the evening didn’t pres ...

Music the icing at Rockin’ Cupcake

Cupcakes, a food fad the past two years, have landed in Folsom with the opening of three shops serving varieties of the baked and frosted goodies. They’re available in all flavor ...

Niello Concours rolls into Serrano

If wandering around El Dorado Hills this weekend, you may hear a familiar saying, “The British are coming, the British are coming.” No, it won’t be a Revoluntionary War reen ...

Filmmaker tells story of Folsom High School

A local amateur filmmaker has focused his lens on Folsom High School, crafting an hour-long documentary on the institution. Craig Covello filmed interviews with retired teachers, ...

Flu shots coming for El Dorado Hills

El Dorado Hills residents will have to wait until late-October to get a flu vaccine health officials are recommending to nearly everyone get this year. Oct. 22 is when the county ...

Editor's View: Day at the office takes editor afar

Sometimes, the job of an editor takes me outside my comfort zone. That’s the zone that includes a steaming pot of hot coffee, my comfortable desk chair and e-mail. That’s the z ...

New trail opening Oct. 1

A new stretch of trail is about to open, linking the Folsom State Recreation Area with trail systems near Pilot Hill along Highway 49. The South Fork American River Trail runs fro ...

Folsom Live party rocks historic district

There was dancing in the streets all evening Saturday for the Folsom Chamber of Commerce’s music event, Folsom Live. “We came out here because it’s a local event and we’re ...

Folsom's top law man reflects on nine years in post

Folsom Police Chief Sam Spiegel will retire after serving more than nine years as the department’s top law man. Spiegel is the second public safety department head to announce hi ...