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Citrus Heights News Briefs: home sale, obituary, cancer

Latest news briefs include an obituary for a local youth baseball coach, news of a Citrus Heights home sale getting national attention, the city’s vice mayor being featured in the Sacramento Bee, and the husband of a local police detective passing away of cancer.

Citrus Heights home sale picked up by Yahoo News
The story of a home in Citrus Heights that received 122 offers the first weekend it was listed was picked up by Yahoo News and Business Insider last week, following a story published last weekend in The Sentinel and later featured by CBS13 and Fox40. (See story on Yahoo News)

Citrus Heights vice mayor featured in SacBee story
Porsche Middleton, who was elected to the Citrus Heights City Council in 2018 and subsequently selected as vice mayor by her colleagues this year, was featured in a Sacramento Bee article as the only Black woman currently serving on a city council in the Sacramento region. (See article)

Husband of Citrus Heights police detective dies after battle with cancer
The Citrus Heights Police Department posted condolences on Tuesday after the death of Greg Parks, a sergeant with the Marysville Police Department. The local department said the sergeant’s wife, Shannon Parks, is a detective with CHPD. He leaves behind six children. (See Facebook post)

Obituary: Daniel W. Keating (1950-2021)
Citrus Heights resident Daniel Walter Keating passed away at his home on March 3, according to an obituary published Sunday in The Sacramento Bee. Keating volunteered with a local booster club and also coached youth baseball. He is survived by his wife, three children and seven grandchildren. (See full obit)

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