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Citrus Heights News Briefs: police, prom, ‘space junk’

Latest news briefs include local reports of unusual streaks of light in the sky, a Citrus Heights nonprofit being featured on CBS 13 for a prom-themed shopping spree, and a former police officer filing a complaint against the Citrus Heights Police Department.

Local nonprofit helps residents trace family history

With classes, seminars, tools and monthly workshops held in Citrus Heights, a local genealogical society has been helping family members trace their roots for decades.

Citrus Heights News Briefs: obituary, collision, City Hall

Latest local news briefs include a rollover collision near Sam's Club, an obituary for a 63-year-old Citrus Heights man, and updates from City Hall.

LETTER: It’s time to address repeat dumping on Sayonara Drive

Letter by Timothy Jackson-- I have lived in Citrus Heights over 20 years...

Did this Citrus Heights home really sell for $150k?

By Mike Hazlip— With median home prices still above $450,000 in Citrus Heights, the recent sale of a two-bed, one-bath home on an acre of land for $150,000 is unusual.

Citrus Heights seeks applications for $50k community projects grant

Sentinel staff report-- Utilizing $50,000 in funding from American Rescue Plan Act pandemic recovery funding, the City of Citrus Heights has launched a Community Projects Grant program and is now seeking applications.

What happens when your backyard becomes part of Rusch Park?

By Sara Beth Williams-- For almost 70 years, three generations of the Baca family resided at a 1,600-square-foot home on Antelope Road, surrounded by Rusch Park property.

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