Latest data from county health officials show COVID-19 cases in Citrus Heights have tripled since June, while the death toll has not seen a similar increase.
A discussion taking place amidst the coronavirus pandemic is the reduction of jail populations due to the high risk of spreading COVID-19 in the jails.
Citrus Heights residents may have seen or smelled smoke in the air on Monday and Tuesday this week near Sylvan Road, as Metro Fire crews conducted “live fire” training at Bayside Church.
Latest local news briefs include a local restaurant being sued for failure to pay rent, an obituary for a local resident who passed away of lung cancer, a public hearing regarding housing density and more.
After months of stay-at-home orders and limited entertainment options, residents quickly jumped at the opportunity to sign up for an upcoming drive-in movie showing in the Sunrise Mall parking lot.
Latest letters to the editor from Citrus Heights residents present varying perspectives in favor and against mandatory masks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Latest local news briefs include the grand opening of a new retailer in Citrus Heights, police nabbing a theft suspect who stole flags from a business on the Fourth of July, interviews with student organizers of a local Black Lives Matter march, and more.
Plans for businesses and events remain in constant flux as state and county health orders continue to change in response to the coronavirus pandemic.