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LETTER: Citrus Heights Water District rate increase won’t raise bill by much

Letter by Ray Riehle, Orangevale-- [RE: Citrus Heights Water District seeks 20% increase in water usage rates; Nov. 19th] The headline may be potentially misleading, but the customer bill will not increase by 20%. The Usage Charge referred to in the Sentinel article is 35% of a customer’s invoice,

December Events: 12 events happening in Citrus Heights this month

By Sara Beth Williams-- Citrus Heights is gearing up for the holiday season in December with a tree lighting ceremony, holiday craft fairs and parties,...

Business News

‘Small Business Saturday’ encourages shopping small, local this weekend

Sentinel staff report-- Shoppers are being encouraged to "shop small" this Saturday for the 13th annual Small Business Saturday campaign. Started in 2010 as...

Popular Articles

Editorial Picks: 5 must-try restaurants in Citrus Heights

Compiled by Sentinel staff-- Citrus Heights boasts many restaurants that residents have come to know and love, and The Sentinel has compiled a list of our top five must-try restaurants in the city.

Community

Citrus Heights News Briefs: obituary, rent prices, home prices

Latest local news briefs include a report showing rent prices are finally dropping, an obituary for a Citrus Heights woman who had a 30-year-battle with Multiple Sclerosis, and latest news on home prices.

Police

More details emerge in fatal Citrus Heights shooting

Sentinel staff report-- Citrus Heights Police on Saturday said four young adults are being sought in a shooting last weekend on Antelope Road that left a 17-year-old dead.

Suspect in Citrus Heights restaurant shooting found guilty; faces 27 years

By Mike Hazlip— A 39-year-old man accused of shooting another patron in the head at a Mexican restaurant in Citrus Heights last year has been convicted by a jury in the conclusion of his trial.

Suspect in murder of Citrus Heights woman arrested in Chicago

By Mike Hazlip— A man suspected of murdering a Citrus Heights woman at her workplace in August was arrested Monday.

Citrus Heights police seek suspect after latest bank robbery

By Mike Hazlip— Police are investigating a bank robbery that occurred Monday afternoon on Sunrise Boulevard in Citrus Heights.

Citrus Heights police investigating second shooting over weekend

Police are investigating a second shooting that occurred over the weekend, in an incident authorities say is unrelated to a fatal shooting that took place just hours before.

City Hall

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December Events: 12 events happening in Citrus Heights this month

By Sara Beth Williams-- Citrus Heights is gearing up for the holiday season in December with a tree lighting ceremony, holiday craft fairs and parties,...

LETTER: Citrus Heights Water District rate increase won’t raise bill by much

Letter by Ray Riehle, Orangevale-- [RE: Citrus Heights Water District seeks 20% increase in water usage rates; Nov. 19th] The headline may be potentially misleading, but the customer bill will not increase by 20%. The Usage Charge referred to in the Sentinel article is 35% of a customer’s invoice,

Citrus Heights police make arrest after series of bank robberies

By Mike Hazlip— Citrus Heights police on Tuesday announced the arrest of a suspect in multiple bank robberies, after a months-long investigation involving several law enforcement agencies.

Citrus Heights to look into putting police officers in every school

By Sara Beth Williams-- Prompted by school shootings across the United States and other security concerns, the City of Citrus Heights is moving ahead with studying the feasibility of putting a police officer on every public school campus in the city.

Q&A: Why were ballot estimates off so much in Sacramento County?

Sentinel staff report-- In response to a reader question about the accuracy of figures released by Sacramento County elections officials, The Sentinel inquired with county spokeswoman Janna Haynes for some answers.

Citrus Heights News Briefs: obituary, rent prices, home prices

Latest local news briefs include a report showing rent prices are finally dropping, an obituary for a Citrus Heights woman who had a 30-year-battle with Multiple Sclerosis, and latest news on home prices.

Middleton pulls ahead with slim lead in Citrus Heights council race

The latest vote count totals released Nov. 22 show Mayor Porsche Middleton has regained a slight lead of 29 votes in the race for Citrus Heights City Council District 5.

Schools

Citrus Heights to look into putting police officers in every school

By Sara Beth Williams-- Prompted by school shootings across the United States and other security concerns, the City of Citrus Heights is moving ahead with studying the feasibility of putting a police officer on every public school campus in the city.

U.S. Ambassador reflects on her roots in Citrus Heights

By Sara Beth Williams-- United States Ambassador Tracey Jacobson (Thomas) counts it a privilege to be a part of the U.S. Foreign Service.

San Juan Unified School District seeking to fill nearly 100 vacancies

By Sara Beth Williams-- The San Juan Unified School District...