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Some in Citrus Heights without power for days after storm

By Mike Hazlip— The series of storms that lashed California have left downed trees and power outages in their wake, with some Citrus Heights residents going on their fourth day without power.

Fallen trees, power outages in Citrus Heights amid series of winter storms

By Mike Hazlip— A series of winter storms have taken their toll on Citrus Heights with widespread reports of fallen trees and power outages in the first weeks of 2023.

Citrus Heights News Briefs: Planning Commission, council meeting, obituary

Latest local news briefs include 15 residents applying for seats on the city's Planning Commission, an agenda posted for the upcoming Jan. 12 City Council meeting, and an obituary published for a 74-year-old veteran from Citrus Heights.

Five facts you probably didn’t know about Citrus Heights

By Sara Beth Williams-- Citrus Heights recently celebrated its 25th anniversary of becoming a city, but the 14-square-mile region has thrived for decades beforehand. Below are five facts about Citrus Heights that many don't know.

How did Citrus Heights fare in recent storm?

By Mike Hazlip— Despite localized flooding and standing water in various areas, creeks in Citrus Heights and underground pipes worked well amid heavy rains over the weekend, a city spokeswoman said in an update Tuesday.

Citrus Heights News Briefs: Flooding, obituary, City Hall

Latest local news briefs include heavy rains prompting reports of flooding, an obituary for a local orthodontist, and City Hall news.

Citrus Heights nonprofit’s rental assistance program aims to prevent homelessness

By Sara Beth Williams-- Federal COVID-19 relief funding will provide the Citrus Heights Homeless Assistance Resource Team (HART) with a significant financial boost in 2023, helping the nonprofit expand its rental assistance program to help keep people from becoming homeless.

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