Author Archives: Steve Heard

How Will the Affordable Care Act Affect Your Small Business?

    Find out for yourself as the Folsom Chamber of Commerce presents a hands-on

Folsom PD Wants Your Drugs!

From the City of Folsom: Drug Takeback event this Saturday On October 26 from 10

Beggining of a New Era

First, let me say that I owe a debt of gratitude to John Gladding.  I

Johnny Cash Trail Project Moving Forward with Call for Artists

  The City of Folsom is moving forward with plans to create ‘the Johnny Cash

Folsom Fire Department Open House / Pancake Breakfast October 12

Folsom Fire Chief Ron Phillips invites the community to meet on-duty fire crews and tour the main fire station during the

Folsom Run a Glowing Success

        The City of Folsom Park and Rec department put together a

City Replenishing Cash Reserves

For the second year in a row, the City ended the fiscal year with a

Folsom Home Prices Hit 5-Year High

Despite the rise in interest rates over the past few months, and the increase in

Cyclebration Rolls into Town!

  The 6th annual Folsom Cyclebration rolls into town today for 3 days of non-stop

Art Exhibit and Reception This Friday

The next exciting exhibit at the Gallery at 48 Natoma features a solo show by

Folsom Firefighters Battle Rim Wildfire

  Nine firefighters from the Folsom Fire Department are on scene helping to contain theraging

Folsom Live Set to Rock the Historic District

The 10th annual Folsom Live is set to rock the Folsom Historic District on September

Ten Pounds Of Drugs Seized In Folsom Bust

Folsom Police, assisted by Sacramento Sheriff’s Department, busted two men for supplying, possessing and distributing

MyFolsom Real Estate Update

As we head toward the end of the traditional summer buying season, it’s time to

Ready For Second Saturday?

Pacific Western Traders is ready for Second Saturday. Are you? Music by Mary Youngblood and

2 DUI Arrests, 1 Criminal Arrest, 6 Citations

It seems people haven’t yet got the message that driving under the influence is a

Light Rail Out of Action

A massive Oak tree fell across the light rail tracks this morning, taking the overhead

Robbery Suspect Shot and Killed

Less than two hours ago, a robber went to the Wells Fargo at 1113 East

Folsom Resident Wrestles Shotgun From Intruder

A Folsom resident in Dean Way fought an intruder with a shotgun, then held him

Body Discovered at Negro Bar

On Sunday, Folsom police were called by State Park rangers, after a white truck was

Folsom Vet Cares For Famous Tiny Puppy

The world’s tiniest rescue puppy, Beyonce, is now four weeks old. She has captured the

Fresh & Easy Opens With EPA Award

The new Fresh & Easy store on Blue Ravine opens today, after winning a prestigious

DUI Crash Sends Four to Hospital

A DUI crash in Folsom sent the drunk driver and three people from the other

Burglar’s Luck Runs Out

Just after lunchtime, on Friday, Andrew Christian Heitmeyer decided to burglarize a home on Fratis

Help the Zoo Win $10,000!

The Folsom Zoo could win $10,000, thanks to IKEA staff, if MyFolsomites and other Folsom

Police Evacuate Sutter Street

Folsom police evacuated Christmas Shoppers from Sutter Street, after a transient man, hiding under a

Kerri Howell Elected Mayor

Folsom City Council elected Kerri Howell mayor and Steve Miklos vice mayor at the Dec.

Teen Killed; Transient Arrested

19-year old Minor Leon was stabbed to death after what police believe to be a

Folsom Live 2011

Folsom Live 2011 went very well this year. Lots of of great bands on all

Graffiti Night Cars This Saturday

Yes, Graffiti Night is here. The streets of Historic Folsom fill up with fabulous cars,

Low Rates + Low Prices + High Rents = Brisk Market

Here we are, nearing the end of summer, and despite the state of the economy, despite

Reckless Driver Dies In Chase

A reckless driver who fled from police attempted to run over police officers, endangered officers

Prairie City Fire

If you were anywhere near Hwy 50 and Prairie City this evening, then you might

Clarksville Day

What is now El Dorado Hills near highway 50 was once known as Clarksville back

Second Saturday

Craig Learoyd checked out Folsom’s second Saturday on a gorgeous Saturday evening in April. Take

Persistance Pays Off for Some

When the government unveiled HAMP (home affordable modification program), it was estimated that up to

It’s Gonna Be a Good One

Well, it’s about time for some predictions for the year in Real Estate. I’m going

The Crazy Myth of Housing Affordability

Housing is affordable. That’s no myth. The myth is that when products become more affordable,