FALLFEST IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER GREAT FUN FOR ALL AGES Celebrate the magic of the Halloween and...Read More
Winter storms are rolling through California – this means you must be prepared. The California Emergency Management Agency works tirelessly with local authorities to help in times of peril, but when followed, some simple tips on emergency preparedness could mean more than saving just your home and belongings.Read More
Folsom Opens Bike/Pedestrian Overcrossing
What: Brief dedication ceremony and grand opening of the $2.12 million East Bidwell Bike/Pedestrian Overcrossing. The new bridge offers a safe crossing over busy East Bidwell Street and completes the final link of the Humbug Willow Creek Trail from the El Dorado County line to Folsom Boulevard.
When: 9 a.m. SaturdRead More
Back by popular demand! Historic Folsom’s ice skating rink is open from November 5th through January 17th, the rink is the perfect place to bring family and friends for some nostalgic winter adventure. Come preview the...Read More
The members of Soroptimist International are always on the lookout for ways to help raise money for agencies which provide services to “at-risk” children and women in our area. Again, this year, Loehmann’s Plaza is donating the use of a vacant building in their shopping center to provide the Soroptimists with a space to sell See’s Candy to raise money for Soroptimist charitable projects.Read More
The fourth season of the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District’s Check Before You Burn program starts November 1 and runs through February 28, 2011. Residential wood burning will be restricted or prohibited on days when fine particle pollution is forecast to be high. The law is in effect in Sacramento County and its cities of Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Folsom, Galt, Isleton, Rancho Cordova and Sacramento. Residents are required to Check Before You Burn.Read More
American Visions Galleries, in Granite Bay and Folsom, announces two eveningswith Mickey Rooney, the only person in history to appear in films in ten decades.
On Friday, November 5, Mickey and has wife Jan will appear at a catered dinner at American Visions’ new gallery at Quarry Ponds on Douglas Boulevard in Granite Bay. Guests will dine with Mickey, he and Jan will do some entertaining, he’l tell stories about Hollywood’ s Golden Age, and each guest will have a chance to be photographed with Mickey and will receive a signed and matted still from one of his films.Read More
Shortly after ten o’clock last night Folsom police officers responded to the report of gun
shots being fired in the 400 block of Turnpike Drive. Upon their arrival they located
seven .25 caliber shell casings on the street, but no victims or suspects were located. A
white Mercedes was seen leaving the area towards Blue Ravine Road.
Social Media has become the popular way to stay in touch with your friends and friends. You have a Facebook page, you tweet, you have a website, a blog, you may even post videos on YouTube and photos on Flickr.
YourCommunityPlace.com is your local solution for Social Media! The website is focused on local events, local news and local topics of interest. Major benefits include the ability to post your business information to both Facebook and Twitter simultaneously, streamlining this process will reduce the time it takes to post to all your social media sites. With more time on your hands, you can focus on what you do best….running your business.Read More
In this beautifully written biography, author Gaelyn Whitley Keith introduces readers to her great-grandfather, HJ Whitley, The Father of Hollywood. Keith uses her research and her great-grandmother Gigi’s journal and memoir to recreate the story of HJ’s life, a story as captivating as any film. You’ll travel to the Midwest, interacting with cowboys and Native Americans. You’ll cruise around the world. But most importantly, you’ll watch the development of an unforgettable community. You’ll witness the creation of Whitley Heights. You’ll learn how the famous Hollywood sign came to be. And you’ll discover just what brought the movie industry to its home. One man was behind it all.Read More