Tag Archives: Sutter Street

News and information related to Historic Sutter Street, California. This charming gold-rush era part of town (also known as ‘Old Folsom’) is the heart of Folsom with a variety of local shops and merchants, and several annual events which take place every year.

The Market’s Where It’s At Are you one of the 10,000 weekly visitors to Thursday

Summer Returns With ‘TNM’ Thursday Night Market, or ‘TNM’, is back and better than ever.

Hidden (to Some) Gem While Folsom Lake and Sutter Street draw a lot of visitors

Bike to Work Day Tomorrow It’s officially “Bike to Work Week”, however the soggy weather

Sutter Street Seeks Help Sutter Street merchants know that the best remedy for ailing sales

Art Center Hits Sutter Street Now appearing in the former location of the Balcony Restaurant

Ms. Teaz Draws Mixed Reaction Ms. Teaz, a high-end lingerie and ‘adult novelty’ shop, is

Lingerie Shop Raises Eyebrows Sutter Street will soon be getting a new merchant – Ms.

Pipe Bomb At Sutter Middle School A student found a pipe bomb on the football

Enter: Folsom LIVE The annual Taste of Folsom event has morphed of sorts in to

Help on the Way? Folsom’s Historic Distric (namely Sutter Street) has been in need for

Residents, Owners to Spruce up Sutter Street Sutter Street, long a popular tourist area, has

Road Closure Causes Another Bankruptcy Slowly but surely, the closure of the Folsom Dam Road

Sutter Street’s Hidden Charm Those of us who live in Folsom already know the plethora

Folsom Microbrewery Coming Soon Folsom will soon be home to a new microbrew, Lockdown Brewing

Emma’s Place Finds a Home When travelling south on Lake Natoma Crossing, many saw off

Thursday Night Market Kicks Off Tomorrow One of Folsom’s most popular summer events, Thursday Night

Sutter Street To Get a Boost Usually when one walks down historic Sutter Street, you

Mayor Rodney Carmody 1939 – 2003

Former Folsom mayor Rodney Carmody, who served as mayor of Folsom in 1978 and 1984,

9.24.2003 Chamber Hopes to Draw More Business With the Dam Road closure impacting so many

Recycling Alternatives With the city of Folsom no longer using Folsom Prison to take care

Traffic Calming Underway in Folsom The controversial tactic of “traffic calming” has been temporarily implemented

Folsom Rodeo Kicks Off With Cattle Drive For those of you new to Folsom, you

Folsom Welcomes Summer Memorial Day is symbolically the kickoff of summer weather, and Folsom has

Sutter Street Parking Garage Getting Mixed Reviews The city’s plans to build a parking structure

Sutter Street Parking Garage Proposed Residents of the Historic District of Folsom may be interested

Tired of Mather Field Noise? Here’s Your Chance to Speak Up The Sacramento County Department

Mather Field Noise a Sore Spot For Many Residents Planes flying in to Mather Field

It’s Rodeo Time! It’s that time of the year again – time for the Folsom

Folsom Looks to Increase Tourism Folsom has had little problems filling hotel rooms during the