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Citrus Heights votes to allow lifetime registration for dogs, not just cats

Sentinel staff report– Residents in Citrus Heights will soon have the option to register their dogs with a one-time registration fee, rather than an annual fee…

LETTER: Citrus Heights should welcome cannabis dispensaries

By Forrest Means, Citrus Heights– As a service-disabled veteran, cannabis has been pivotal for my mental health. Yet, in Citrus Heights, despite cannabis being legal…

New late fee added to Citrus Heights Rental Housing Inspection Program

Sentinel staff report– The Citrus Heights City Council on Thursday voted unanimously to modify several fees charged by the city, including the addition of a new $25 late fee for property owners who don’t pay their rental housing…

What’s going on with plans to improve Auburn Boulevard?

By Sara Beth Williams– More than a year after Auburn Boulevard Business Association (ABBA) president Richard Hale retired and stepped down from his position, the organization remains “dormant,” according to city officials and a prior co-chair…

Q&A: Who’s paying for those new 25-year banners near the mall?

Sentinel staff report– Residents traveling near Sunrise Mall in recent weeks may have seen new banners set up along the Sunrise-Greenback commercial corridor, prompting one reader to inquire why the banners have been set up and whether the…

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2024 Citrus Heights Police Log Spotlight: Feb. 15-21

Latest local police logs include a welfare check on Glenhurst Way on Wednesday resulting in an arrest for obstructing officers, petty theft reported on Sayonara Drive, and a DUI arrest following a traffic stop on Sunrise Boulevard…

Rusch Park restrooms closed as district struggles with recurring damage

By Sara Beth Williams– The restrooms on the east side of Rusch Community Park could be closed for several months…

36-year-old Citrus Heights man indicted on child porn charges

Sentinel staff report– A Citrus Heights man is facing up to 20 years in prison along with a $250,000 fine, following federal child porn charges being filed against him this month…

Election 2024: Who’s running for Sac County Board of Education?

Sentinel staff report– Candidates for Sacramento County Board of Education, District 4, are each vying for a seat on the county school board in the March 5 Primary Election…

Citrus Heights police announce arrest in $200k jewelry heist

Sentinel staff report– The Citrus Heights Police Department on Thursday announced the arrest of a suspect involved in the theft of over $200,000 worth of jewelry…