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City postpones vote on capping massage parlors in Citrus Heights

By Phillip Pesola– Following discussion and input from the public during a hearing at City Hall on Thursday, the Citrus Heights City Council opted to postpone a vote on a proposal designed to address a rapid increase in…

Authorities conduct search of Sunrise Mall clothing store

By Mike Hazlip— A clothing store at Sunrise Mall was reportedly searched by federal agents on Tuesday, witnesses say…

City agrees to sell vacant lots on Sayonara Drive for $1 each. Here’s why

By Mike Hazlip— The Citrus Heights City Council last month voted unanimously to approve an agreement with Habitat for Humanity to develop low-income housing on Sayonara Drive, with part of that agreement including the sale of 12 vacant…

Sunrise Rollerland competition, roller skating

Popular roller rink in Citrus Heights marks 50 years in business

By Sara Beth Williams– Sunrise Rollerland first opened its doors in 1973, offering skating to the community of Citrus Heights.

How much will fines be for waste sorting violations?

By Mike Hazlip— After a year of community outreach that included neighborhood meetings and mailers, Republic Services is set to begin charging fines for improperly sorted waste bins — prompting questions about how high fines will be…

Citrus Heights police investigating possible gang graffiti at MVHS

By Mike Hazlip— A monument sign at the entrance of Mesa Verde High School was recently vandalized with graffiti symbols indicating possible gang activity, prompting police involvement…

Citrus Heights council votes 3-2 to explore forming new school district

By Sara Beth Williams– In a split vote on March 23, the Citrus Heights City Council­ narrowly voted in favor of forming a committee to explore the feasibility of breaking off from the San Juan Unified School District…

Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall replica set up in Citrus Heights

By Mike Hazlip— City leaders joined veterans and community members at an opening ceremony for The Wall that Heals on Wednesday night at Rusch Park…

Four-term Citrus Heights councilman passes away

By Mike Hazlip— Steve Miller, who was elected to represent Citrus Heights on the San Juan school board just five months ago after serving for 17 years on the City Council, died unexpectedly on Saturday, March 25.

A closer look at potential mixed-use development on Auburn Blvd

By Phillip Pesola– New design standards for residential and mixed-use development along Auburn Boulevard were presented to and unanimously supported by Citrus Heights Planning Commissioners during their meeting on Wednesday.