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Popular Citrus Heights grill house recovering after pandemic slowdown

When the pandemic hit last year along with related prohibitions on indoor dining, the popular, 4.5-star rated Armenian Grill House in Citrus Heights saw a 40% drop in business. And although orders have picked up since then, owner…

Check out this couple’s backyard bonsai nursery in Citrus Heights

By Nadezhda Chayka Otterstad– Ron and Kelly Anderson found themselves moving to Citrus Heights four years ago to live near their children, and in 2018 opened a backyard garden center to the public with a half-acre of bonsai…

Local quilt shop sees uptick in business during pandemic

In Citrus Heights and across the world, living amid the coronavirus pandemic has resulted in many life-altering changes, including renewed interest in hobbies like sewing and quilting…

Old Auburn Multi-Use Trail in Citrus Heights.

Old Auburn Rd boasts new $1.1M roadside trail

Designed to encourage more walkability in Citrus Heights, a new 4,100-foot trail has opened on Old Auburn Road just east of Fair Oaks Boulevard, featuring a wide, fully paved path for bikes, pedestrians and mobility scooters…

The Lodge, Citrus Heights, coffee, breakfast

Citrus Heights Food Review: ‘The Lodge’ deserves 4-stars for breakfast

Tucked away behind a parking lot and several trees on the northern outskirts of Citrus Heights stands a unique, peaked-roof structure, decked with blue and white trim. A sign painted above the front entrance highlights that breakfast and…