Latest local news briefs include teachers transforming their garage into a virtual classroom, kids at Sayonara Center given free backpacks and school supplies, and an obituary for a former resident of Citrus Heights.
By Bruce Lee–
I listened with great interest to the July 23 Citrus Heights City Council meeting regarding the proposed one-cent sales tax increase for the city.
By Caryl Sheehan–The Citrus Heights Water District is proud to be one of just 299 Special Districts honored nationally for our financial reporting for 2018. The Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) established its Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting program in 1945 to encourage and assist state and[Read More…]
The death toll attributed to COVID-19 has now risen to a total of 10 in Citrus Heights, according to county health data released this week.
The first Tuesday in August would normally see various neighborhood crime watch groups gathering outdoors across Citrus Heights and the nation, but this year is anything but normal.
A cool summer breeze at twilight carrying the smell of pizza as kids of all ages sat with pillows and blankets in the beds of pickup trucks was reminiscent of an earlier time at the drive in.
Latest local news briefs include police searching for a robbery suspect who used a stolen debit card in Citrus Heights, an update on local COVID-19 cases, and a repeat DUI offender receiving a fourth conviction in Citrus Heights.
By Alan Utzig, Citrus Heights– Council members should keep in mind that Placer County is only a few minutes away…