By Mike Hazlip— The Citrus Heights Planning Commission last week approved plans for a 200-seat event center in the Citrus Plaza shopping center near Greenback Lane and San Juan Avenue. The commission voted 6-0 in favor of approval during a May 11 meeting last week. Chair Marcelle Flowers absent, according[Read More…]
By Mike Hazlilp—
A row of old juniper bushes that filled parking lot planters along Greenback Lane for decades have been uprooted to make way for new landscaping, just in time for a “Brews in the Burbs” event this Saturday.
For nearly 30 years, a seasonal cherry stand along Sunrise Boulevard in Citrus Heights has been run by a family who calls Arkansas home.
A historic, 3,000-square-foot home on more than an acre in Citrus Heights is seeking a buyer for just under the $1 million mark.
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The former Maita Honda dealership at the corner of Auburn Boulevard and Greenback Lane is now known as Future Honda, after being acquired this month by a regional automotive group.
Nearly every window of Mountain Mike’s Pizza on Sunrise Boulevard was smashed in with a hammer by a masked suspect in the early morning hours of Sunday, May 8, in what police say appears to be a “targeted” act of vandalism.
Falafel Corner is the latest restaurant to open its doors in Citrus Heights, offering various Mediterranean favorites like wraps, gyros, Halal meats and falafel.
Lindsey Garvin says opening a new flower shop inside Sunrise Mall last weekend was a dream come true for her. The shop, Little Violet’s, is named after her one-year-old daughter and is located near the JCPenney entrance of the mall.