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Walgreens store left with zero shopping carts after thefts

By Mike Hazlip— A Walgreens store in Citrus Heights is in the process of replacing shopping carts that have all been stolen…

Homicide investigation underway on Sayonara Drive

By Mike Hazlip— A homicide investigation in Citrus Heights is underway on Sayonara Drive after a body was found inside a residence on the 7800 block of the street.

Mixed-use housing could come to Auburn Boulevard

By Phillip Pesola– A public hearing will be held on March 22 as the Citrus Heights Planning Commission considers a new draft booklet that lays out guidelines for residential and mixed-use development along a two-mile currently commercial stretch…

Heavy rains delay construction of new Mesa Verde stadium

By Sara Beth Williams– More than 40 days of rain have caused construction on the new stadium at Mesa Verde High School to be delayed, pushing back the estimated completion date from…

Citrus Heights retail building near casino listed for $4.6M

By Mike Hazlip— A Citrus Heights retail center home to Falling Prices is on the market for $4,600,000, according to a recent listing by commercial real estate site LoopNet.

Asian grocery store opens in Citrus Heights

By Sara Beth Williams– Rangoon Grocery Shop is now op­en for business at the corner of Old Auburn Road and Sunrise Boulevard, in the same parking lot as Safe Credit Union.

What happens when your backyard becomes part of Rusch Park?

By Sara Beth Williams– For almost 70 years, three generations of the Baca family resided at a 1,600-square-foot home on Antelope Road, surrounded by Rusch Park property.

New congregation calls historic Citrus Heights church home

By Mike Hazlip— After sitting vacant for just over six months, a new congregation is set to begin holding services in a century-old church building on Old Auburn Road.

What’s still open at Sunrise Mall?

By Mike Hazlip— Although declining significantly over the past few decades, Sunrise Mall continues to draw some foot traffic more than 40 years after opening.

Citrus Heights launches ‘Cares’ campaign to beautify city

By Mike Hazlip— The Citrus Heights City Council on Thursday voted to allocate $47,000 in federal pandemic recovery funds to further efforts to beautify the city and combat blight.