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Vereans Community Center

Veterans center hosting annual Spaghetti Feed fundraising dinner

The Veteran’s Community Center is holding an annual spaghetti feed fundraiser on Saturday, June 22…

Citrus Heights City Hall

Advocate for area homeless calls for reform in Citrus Heights

A small assembly of homeless individuals and homeless advocates gathered in front of Citrus Heights City Hall on Tuesday, June 4 to protest the Fourth Amendment rights of unhoused individuals in Citrus Heights…

Butler Amusement carnival

Carnival happening at the Sunrise Mall this weekend

Another carnival is scheduled to take place this weekend at Sunrise Mall, this time hosted by Butler Amusement…

Meet John Klunder: a suburban farmer in Citrus Heights

By Mike Hazlip— Known as “Farmer John” to friends and neighbors, Citrus Heights resident John Klunder and his wife use their storied property to grow farm-to-fork produce…

Citrus Heights history highlighted in new historical trail guide

The recently completed Arcade Cripple-Creek trail winds through several historical plots of land, according to a new trail guide published by the Citrus Heights Historical Society…

Citrus Heights Preschool closed

Letters to the Editor: city sidewalks, Citrus Heights Preschool, homeless camps

The latest letters from Citrus Heights Sentinel readers include comments regarding city sidewalks, Citrus Heights Preschool, and homelessness encampments…

Cause of death revealed for Citrus Heights native Mandisa

The cause of death for Citrus Heights native and “American Idol” alum Mandisa Hundley was deemed natural.

Sue Frost, supervisor

Guest Column: This Supreme Court case could give cities more tools to address homeless crisis

By Sue Frost– I often consider the age-old concept of “the carrot and the stick,” which embodies the balance between enforcement and support—a theme that frequently comes up in discussions about how we govern and regulate the homeless…

Corner of the Sunrise Mall parking lot

Citrus Heights Letters: City roads, future hotel parking, feral cats

The latest letters from Citrus Heights Sentinel readers include varying opinions regarding city roads, future hotel parking concerns, and feral cats…

Port-o-potties stand in front of the Rusch Park restrooms.

Rusch Park restroom repairs face further delays

The restrooms on the east side of Rusch Community Park still appear to be closed as of May 30…

Stars and Stripes 2023

‘Stars & Stripes’ fireworks show to return to Citrus Heights

The annual Stars and Stripes celebration is returning to Citrus Heights on Saturday, June 29.

Brews in the burbs 2024

June Events: What’s happening in Citrus Heights?

Events around Citrus Heights in June include an arts and music festival, summer camps, book sales, an ice cream social and a spaghetti feed fundraiser…