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99 Cents Only Store 7424 Greenback Lane

Citrus Heights 99 Cents store among hundreds closing across 4 states

By Sara Beth Williams– Half-empty shelves and a “going out of business” banner now greet shoppers outside the Citrus Heights location of 99 Cents Only Stores at 7424 Greenback Ln…

Rally's Restaurant

Citrus Heights property with Rally’s drive-thru listed for $2M

A half-acre lot at the corner of Grand Oaks Boulevard and Auburn Boulevard is seeking a new owner…

New event center opens in former nightclub near Sunrise Mall

By Sara Beth Williams– A new 6,000-square-feet event center in Citrus Heights is now welcoming patrons…

Teriyaki Madness, 6121 Sunrise Blvd.

New teriyaki restaurant coming to former Starbucks in Citrus Heights

A new restaurant is slated to open in the former Starbucks location adjacent to Barnes & Noble in the Marketplace at Birdcage shopping center…

A Sonic restaurant under construction

Construction of new Sonic restaurant, gas station finally begins

Construction activity can be seen at the once-vacant lot on the corner of Antelope Road and Roseville Road, just outside the border of Citrus Heights…

Real Estate: Check out this $849k home in Citrus Heights

By Sara Beth Williams– At nearly $850,000, an expansive 3,600-square-foot home on a third-of-an-acre in Citrus Heights is listed at a price significantly higher than the median home price in the area…

Citrus Heights home with problematic past goes on market for $275k

By Mike Hazlip— A Citrus Heights home that was severely damaged in a suspicious blaze is now on the market, more than two years after the homeowner was accused of setting fire to her own home…

Late-night batting cage opens in Citrus Heights

By Sara Beth Williams– A new batting cage practice facility opened in Citrus Heights last month and has already seen “tons of support” from the community and local surrounding leagues, according to a key trainer at the facility…

Another store has shuttered at Sunrise Mall, but there’s a glimmer of hope

By Sara Beth Williams– The latest closure at Sunrise Mall is a volunteer-operated store that sought to provide clothing for those experiencing homeless and housing instability, but the store’s former manage says there’s a chance it could still…

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…