Author Archives: Steve

Griffin Found Guilty

Sylvester Griffin, 43, a medical transport worker, was found guilty of murder, rape, and burglary

Drug Take Back Day Saturday

Do you have any unwanted pills or medications you need to dispose of? Don’t flush

Jeff John, 1970 – 2012

Folsom Code Enforcement officer Jeff John has passed away at the age of 42. A celebration

Rainbow Bridge Work Planned

In a quick city council meeting last night, one of the items addressed was minor

Be Proud of Our Schools!

Folsom houses an exceptional community college; Folsom Lake College, with more than 18,000 students served

Girl Scouts Give Thanks

As their 4th year of Girl Scout cookie sales wrapped up, the Brownie Girl Scouts

‘Save Our Parks’ Rally Tuesday

Folsom is expected to lose as many as 10 parks positions with upcoming budget cuts…

Low Housing Inventory

There are currently 87 homes, condos and duplexes for sale in all of Folsom! It

Prison Escapee Captured

Late last night, Marco Cabrera, 32, managed to escape the minimum security wing of Folsom Prison.

Bank Robbery Suspect at Large

Around noon on Friday April 13th, a man entered the El Dorado Savings Bank located

Restaurant of the Year

Did you vote on this year’s “Best of Folsom”? The results are in. Before we

The Edge -A Hangout for Teens

“The EDGE” -Located inside the Folsom Sports Complex at 66 Clarksville Rd..  Drop into The

Amphitheater Opens April 14

A new urban park entertainment venue opens in Folsom’s Historic District at 5 p.m. Saturday,

Palladio Announces Concert Series

Though Folsom discontinued Thursday Night Market on Sutter Street, Palladio Mall has stepped up with

One Week Left for ‘Best’ Voting

Have you voted yet in this year’s ‘Best of Folsom’? If not, now is your

Parks Cutting Costs

In an effort to quell budget cuts, the Folsom Parks and Recreation Department is employing

Folsom Lake Rising Fast

Recent rains have been very good to Folsom Lake… water levels have risen dramatically in

Folsom a ‘Strong’ City

Folsom has been profiled in a promotional website showcasing ‘strong’ cities in California. ‘Strong Cities,

Lisa Loeb Book Signing

Remember 90’s singer Lisa Loeb? She’s making an appearance at Whole Foods Folsom on April

We’d Love Your Vote!

Hey everyone, we know you are super-busy with voting for the 2012 Best of Folsom

Bulldog Auction Now Live

Looking for a way to support the Folsom High Parent Teacher Association? The Bulldog eBash

St. Patty’s Day in Folsom

Celebrate the Irish holiday at several Folsom hotspots. Folsom Lake Bowl Sports Bar and Casino

Best of Folsom Voting Open

It’s March, which means it’s time for our annual “Best of Folsom” campaign! Now in

Reality Show Produced in Folsom

Dangerous Waters on TV Folsom resident Steven Moll creates a reality show about five ordinary

Been to Green Acres Yet?

Green thumbs have been tickled er, pink, about Green Acres. Did you know it is

Free Food at Connections

The Folsom Chamber of Commerce is holding it’s annual business-to-business expo, “Connections”, tomorrow. The event

Folsom Screening at Three Stages

Ever ride to Russia on a Sea-Doo? The new Folsom Film Commission is giving away

Spring Book Sale at the Library

March 9 – 11, the Friends Of Folsom Library are selling thousands of gently used

Sutter Middle Needs Your Help

Sutter Middle School is beginning to fall behind in the Samsung “Solve for Tomorrow” contest.

Chick-fil-A in Folsom

Coming soon to the Broadstone Marketplace. In the Home Depot parking lot at 2675 E.Bidwell. 

8-Year Old Piano Prodigy

Dominic Pang has played Carnegie Hall 3 times, a feat which could be the apex

Button Up Now Open at Palladio

Robin Bernardoni’s second women’s boutique in the area, Button Up, is now open at Palladio

Factoids About Palladio District mentions a few interesting facts about the scenery at Palladio Mall.. – Authentic Italian

Take a Virtual Tour of Folsom

Folsom has gone through quite an impressive effort to lure tourists to town… with a

Help Sutter Middle Win $100K

Sutter Middle School has a chance to win Samsung’s “Solve For Tomorrow” contest and $100,000. 

Jimboy’s to Re-Open Feb 25th

Though Jimboy’s Tacos is very much open for business during their remodel, they are anxiously awaiting

Zoo Exhibit at History Museum

Our cozy ‘rescue’ zoo all started with an injured deer. The Folsom Zoo has a

Water Meters Begin 2013

Look for new bills this year for water usage. Though metering will not take effect

Local Man Conquers Burrito

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOLSOM – Folsom man Mike Muir fought valiantly and destroyed a burrito of

Coppers Bust Copper Thieves

The strip mall on Riley with Round Table Pizza was hit last night by some