By Mike Hazlip–The Sunrise MarketPlace has announced two more drive-in “Carpool Cinema” showings for the month of August, following an inaugural showing last month. Reserved spots for the screening of Sonic the Hedgehog, the first in the summer series, were snapped up within a day of the announcement according to[Read More…]
Sunrise Rollerland in Citrus Heights is reaching out to the public with an online petition in an effort to convince state officials to allow roller skating facilities to reopen during COVID-19 shut downs.
Donut King, a prominent fixture at the corner of Greenback Lane and San Juan Avenue, has been churning out batch after batch of the sweet morning staple, 24-hours-a-day, for nearly three decades.
From retail to restaurants and auto parts stores, many businesses continue to hire amid the COVID-19 pandemic, while others have been ordered to close their doors.
The financially troubled retailer JCPenney is offering 24 of its stores for sale, including its Citrus Heights location, according to a disposition portfolio released jointly by Cushman & Wakefield and B Riley Real Estate.
The Car Czar, an automotive shop, located at Greenback Lane and San Juan Avenue, is under new ownership and will be renamed according to the company’s founder.
Wondering why there’s three hotels shown in conceptual plans for redevelopment at Sunrise Mall, or whether there will be space for the weekly Farmer’s Market to continue?
The statewide Great Plates Delivered program that provides free meals to seniors and revenue to restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic has once again been extended.