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Natomas mom opens new shop in Citrus Heights

By Mike Hazlip— A new shop is now open across from Sylvan Middle School, and owner Manoela Lopez says she hopes it will help encourage children to spend less time on screens…

20 businesses Citrus Heights welcomed in 2023

Sentinel staff report– From new restaurants to retailers and specialty stores, Citrus Heights welcomed many new businesses in 2023…

Volunteers work with local restaurant to hand out 100 meals in Citrus Heights

By Mike Hazlip— Over the Christmas holiday weekend, the Citrus Heights location of Texas Roadhouse partnered with local volunteers in preparing and distributing 100 meals for people experiencing homelessness in the area…

March held in Citrus Heights for Homeless Persons Memorial Day

By Mike Hazlip— Held each year in the middle of the holiday season on the longest night of the year, Dec. 21, a well-known local advocate for people experiencing homelessness in Citrus Heights organized a march on Thursday…

National home decor chain to open new store in Citrus Heights

By Mike Hazlip— Another vacant storefront in Citrus Heights is slated to soon be filled…

New CHPD program seeks to address ‘low-level’ nuisance offenders

By Mike Hazlip— Over the past year-and-a-half, Citrus Heights police have worked with city and county officials to develop a new program aimed at curbing low-level crimes that impact quality of life for residents…

Veterans group awarded for bringing Vietnam Memorial Wall to Citrus Heights

By Mike Hazlip— A Citrus Heights veterans group on Tuesday received the annual “Stones 21” award for their efforts to bring The Wall That Heals to the city…

The Civic Minute: What’s happening at Citrus Heights City Hall?

Sentinel staff report– The Citrus Heights City Council is slated to hold its final meeting of 2023 this Thursday, with items on the agenda including a three-year pavement plan for residential streets, potential property acquisition on Sylvan Road,…

Citrus Heights PD’s new therapy dog brings smiles, joy

By Mike Hazlip— A new four-legged addition to the Citrus Heights Police Department is helping officers and staff deal with the stress of a profession that is inherently dangerous…

Hundreds attend Citrus Heights tree lighting, despite rain

By Mike Hazlip— Citrus Heights’ annual tree lighting event drew hundreds of attendees, despite a rain storm that moved through the area just as the event was set to begin…