Author Archives: Steve Heard

Folsom PD Participating in ‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ Campaig

From Folsom Police Department: As we enter the final stretch of summer spending time at

Tap Folsom Returns for Year 5 – Get $5 off!

What started off with the question, ‘do you think a beer festival would succeed in

Mid-year Folsom Area Housing Numbers are In!

We’re just past the half-way point for 2018, and time to take a look at

Folsom Hometown Parade Saturday

Located on Sutter Street from Scott St. down to Reading St. Enjoy The Ophir Prison

Folsom Rodeo Season… Fun, Freebies, Discounts and More!

Yeehaw! It’s rodeo time! That’s right, once a year, Folsom goes country, when the annual

MyFolsom 2018 Free Summer Concert Guide

  Summer in Folsom means music! Live music, for free, 3 nights per week at

Heard Around Folsom – Full Lake, Red’s Blues, Wine and Dine,

Have you seen or heard? Folsom Lake is 96% full, which is 120% of the

Heard Around Folsom…Runnin’ with Mom… WB5… Art, Wine and Beer

It’s Mother’s Day Weekend, and Heard Around Folsom’s got some great tips for you! Celebrate

Folsom Home Prices Surge – Highest in 12 years

It’s time once again for a quick look at Folsom housing numbers. The train keeps

Heard Around Folsom – Cinco, Cars, and Cops

Well folks, it’s Cinco de Mayo weekend, and the margaritas will be flowing. Lots of

For Better or Worse, LimeBike is Coming

LimeBike Bikeshare is coming to Folsom, and my guess is you’re either going to love

Dinner and a Movie, Garden Tour, and Murder…

Hey Folks, Heard Around Folsom’s got some tips for a great weekend… The Back Bistro

Wine Tasting, Cars, Coffee, Antiques…

Spring has kicked into high gear, and this will be a great weekend to get

Changing of the Guard at Folsom PD, Arts and Crafts Fair, Dancing, Folsom Expo and More

  Interesting stuff going on around town… I popped by the Folsom Community Center yesterday

Folsom River District Community Workshop

What do you think should be done with the land along the American River/Lake Natoma

Term Limits, Campaign Contributions and How We Select our Mayor to be Discussed Tonight

Judging from the pre-game buzz, expect a large vocal crowd at tonight’s City Council meeting.

Of Water, the Waterfront, Wine and Jazz

Time for another update on what’s going on around Folsom… First, let’s talk about water.

Trails…Easter Eggs…Beer…Love and Theft

Spring has Sprung! Folsom is beautiful year round, but especially in spring. Flowers and trees

Snow Pack Gets Huge Boost – Is it Enough?

At the end of February, the Sierra Snow Pack was a dismal 22% of normal.

Heard Around Folsom…new bike bridge…art exhibit…more…

Interesting stuff coming up…Folsom Parks & Rec is hosting a community workshop for the Proposed

March Miracle? Storms Bring Relief to Folsom Lake

Folsom Lake’s storage has risen by a whopping 78,000 acre feet over the past week,

Guest Blogger Seth Murphy on 8 Ways to Increase the Value of Your Home

Recent news suggests that due to rising mortgage rates, a labor shortage, building fees, regulations,

SKI for MS event is returning to Squaw this March 3! 

Ski for MS returns to Squaw Valley March 3rd! Can Do Multiple Sclerosis, a national

Folsom’s Roundhouse, featuring Scott’s Seafood and Willamette Wine Works Coming Soon

A project over 10 years in the making, the Folsom Round House is finally taking

Folsom’s January Housing Number are in, and they’re frustrating…for buyers

January sales numbers are in, and the Folsom housing market, like many others around the

Tap into a Cold One Festival Kicks off Folsom Beer Week

Tap Into A Cold One is the kickoff to Folsom’s first annual beer week! January

Cajun Night Returns! Michel Doucet with Tom Rigney and Flambeau

Two of the finest roots music fiddle players on the planet — Michael Doucet and

New Book Chronicles “THE STORY OF EL DORADO HILLS” by one of its Founding Fathers

Carl Kowall has the notable distinction of being one of the first eight residents of

Lee Ritenour Brings His Cool Sound to Folsom

Since his first pro gig at the age of 16, he’s played thousands of sessions. 

MyFolsom’s Predictions for the 2018 Local Housing Market

Well, it’s that time of year, when all of the experts, naysayers and blowhards come

Folsom Housing Market Holding Steady

The November Folsom real estate numbers are in, and there’s little surprise.  It is typically

Folsom’s Curtis Gaesser Nominated for Grammy

Folsom High Music Teacher Curtis Gaesser has been named a finalist for the Grammy “Music

Fantastic Folsom Family Friendly Christmas Events this Weekend!

Christmas time is here, and Folsom does it right! Kicking things off tonight is our

More info on Palladio Robbery Suspects

  The suspects from Friday morning’s robbery at the Palladio Center are described as Hispanic

How Desperate are Buyers in the San Francisco Real Estate Market?

We’ve heard it all before, a ‘tear down’ sells for $800,000 here, a small house

What’s Folsom’s Own Christina Mendonsa been up to Since Leaving News10? Check it out!

When veteran journalist and Folsom resident Cristina Mendonsa left News10 in June,  many of us

Take Me to the River! Legends in Concert!

Coming to Folsom’s Harris Center October 12 is a show you don’t want to miss!

How to Settle in to Your New Neighborhood

Whether you are moving to the other side of town or relocating half-way across the

Five tips for a Fabulous Folsom Live!

Folsom Live is happening September 23, and it just may be the best one yet.