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Animal rescuers demand action in Citrus Heights to address feral cat explosion

Advocates urged action from the Citrus Heights City Council earlier this month, warning of sick and starving feral cats and a recently diagnosed deadly virus that has been detected in a Citrus Heights feral cat colony…

ArtBeat: Summer music, arts festival returning to Citrus Heights

Citrus Heights Arts has announced the return of a summer music and arts festival to the Marketplace and Birdcage…

High-priced Citrus Heights home sells after $50k price drop

A 5-bedroom, 3.5-bath home on Kingswood Drive recently sold for $800,000 after dropping in price by $50,000…

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Volunteers honor veteran gravestones with flags, crosses at Sylvan Cemetery

Beneath the shade of Cypress trees, several veterans walked up and down each row of grave sites at Sylvan Cemetery on Thursday morning, placing white wooden crosses and American flags at the head of each military veteran’s gravestone…

City Scoop 2024

Citrus Heights reveals new City Scoop locations for 2024 ice cream socials

The city of Citrus Heights recently announced three new locations for the annual City Scoop ice cream social community gatherings…

Ben Ali Shrine Band

Free Memorial Day concert to be held at Veterans Community Center

The Ben Ali Shrine Band will be hosting a free concert in Citrus Heights at the Veterans Community Center in honor of Memorial Day…

Could the Auburn Blvd. Business Association become active again?

The Auburn Boulevard Business Association is hosting a meeting on Tuesday, May 21, following a lengthy pause in activity…

T-shirts at Citrus Heights Walgreens sport incorrect founding date of city

By Mike Hazlip— Recent T-shirt apparel on display at a Citrus Heights Walgreens proudly supports the city, but with an incorrect date…

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LETTER: Many Citrus Heights streets are ‘borderline third world quality’

By John Taylor, Citrus Heights– So many of our streets fail to have the lanes defined by either striping or the “bumps.” Many streets are borderline third world quality…

Citrus Heights mom, grandmother on mission to build public playground for disabled children

By Mike Hazlip— At just six months old, Michael Alex Steven Sellu III had a seizure, and now his mother and grandmother are working to build a public playground with equipment that will be accessible to Sellu and…

Motivational Speaker Kevin Bracy

Motivational speaker, MVHS alum, to address mental health, positivity

Motivational speaker and Mesa Verde High School alumnus Kevin Bracy is coming to Mesa Verde on Saturday, May 18, for a “Talk Positivity Party.”

Brews in the Burbs 2023

‘Brews in the Burbs’ returning to Sunrise Mall

The annual “Brews in the Burbs” craft beer festival is returning to the Sunrise Mall parking lot on Saturday, May 18…