Category Archives: Folsom

Check out the Lego Version of the Entire Intel Campus at the Library


The Folsom Pro Rodeo is Just Around the Corner – MyFolsom friends get a discount!

  The 54th annual Folsom Pro Rodeo returns 4th of July weekend with 3 nights

Folsom Housing Roller Coaster Still on Track

Although the supply of available homes for sale has been been increasing each of the

Folsom Free Summer Concert Guide

Folsom will rock out this summer with free outdoor concerts 3 nights per week! Bring

Folsom PD Warns of Catalytic Converter Thefts

  Folsom PD just issued a warning to be aware of catalytic converter theft. There

Representatives from over 30 Cities Coming to Check Out Folsom

  The Folsom Chamber of Commerce will host this year’s annual Northern and Central California

A Quick Guide to the Amgen Tour

  The Amgen Tour of California is just around the corner. Please enjoy this quick

Big Day of Giving

Today is the Big Day of Giving project. 24 hours of fundraising to a wide

Audition to Sing the National Anthem at the AMGEN Tour

CALLING ALL SINGERS! Got a great voice? Know someone who does? The AMGEN Tour of

3 (sort of) New Mexican Dining Options Coming Soon to Sutter Street

When an electrical fire shut the iconic Hacienda del Rio Mexican restaurant in March, it

Owner of Powerhouse Pub Addresses New Entertainment Restrictions

In response to concerns raised by Historic District residents and their supporters, the Folsom City

Come Experience The Elements – An Evening of Dance

    Mark your calendars for April 26 so you won’t miss ‘The Elements – The

Update on the Water Situation

Take a look at the photos above.  On the left we see Folsom Lake as wishes you a happy St. Patrick’s Day! There will be lot of joy and

Folsom Lake Level Highest Since October

Folsom CA: February rain, snow and resulting runoff has brought Folsom lake to 40% of

New Restrictions Hit Bars on Sutter

The Folsom City Council passed an amended resolution Tuesday night,  establishing the hours that the

Guess Who’s Bringing 500 Jobs?

At last week’s ‘State of the City’ address, City Manager Evert Palmer, standing in for

It’s Official – Governor Brown Declares Drought State of Emergency

Photo: Lea Suzuki, The Chronicle With California facing water shortfalls in the driest year in

Latest Images of Folsom Lake – Old Gravesite and More of What Lies Beneath

Even with the reduction in flow from Folsom Dam, the lake is disappearing at an

Despite a Dip in Sales and Prices, Folsom Real Estate Remains Hot

  ‘No one buys in December’, and ‘wait ’til next year’ is what we used

Folsom Named One of the Best Cities for Job Seekers

Courtesy of Divya at Even as the nation climbs out the Great Recession, California

Folsom Residents Hold Rain Dance at Lake

With the threat of a drought, even water-rationing looming, the California Catholic Conference of Bishops

Happy New Year from!

  Best wishes for a safe, healthy, prosperous, fun, adventurous, memorable, stupendous and generally good

As Folsom Lake Dries Up, City Orders 20% Cutback

Folsom residents and businesses must reduce water use by 20 percent due to a city-wide

Trade You a Couple of Holiday Cocktail Recipes?

  It’s holiday cocktail time, and I thought I’d ask a couple my favorite Folsom

Santa Clause is Coming Through Town!

  Here comes Santa Claus! Folsom Police and Fire staff, along with volunteers, will guide

New Mayor and Vice Mayor Elected

  The Folsom City Council elected Kerri Howell as mayor and Ernie Sheldon as vice

New Regulations to Hit Folsom Historic District

  The Folsom City Council recently passed an ordinance allowing the City to establish ‘entertainment

Entering the Housing Market in Winter? Only the Serious Need Apply

  I met a home buyer yesterday who said, “I heard that no one buys

Holiday Happenings Around Town

The Holiday Season is in full swing, and there are lots of fun activities and

‘Fit Mom’ in Hot Water Again

Elk Grove resident Maria Kang, the ‘Fit Mom’ previously in hot water for allegedly ‘fat

The Best Wine for Thanksgiving?

Last week we asked 3 local chefs to give us their best advice for preparing

How Accurate is Zillow?

by Steve Heard A few years ago I wanted to sell my car, and to

‘The Art of Toys’ and more, at the Gallery at 48 Natoma

Oil and acrylic paintings by Michael Sacramento and mixed media assemblage by Rebecca Casey. Opening

Veteran’s Day Parade Set for Monday

    Folsom’s annual 1.5 mile parade begins at 9 a.m. Monday, Nov. 11 in the

Amgen Tour Coming to Folsom!

  America’s premier cycling event coming to Folsom next year The 2014 Amgen Tour of

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

End of an Era

It is bittersweet news for me to announce that I have sold After 13