Since our launch in 2002, we have shared so many stories of hope and of communities coming together. With the challenges of 2020, this goal was intensified.

We have shared how local organizations are shifting gears and doubling down to assist those in need. We talked about how small, locally owned businesses continue to provide their goods and services, many in new, health and safety-conscious ways; how arts organizations are holding on and finding new approaches to engage with audiences; and our Community Voices continued to share their wit, wisdom, expertise and encouragement with our North Valley neighbors.

You will find all of this and more in each issue of CITYSunTimes, and in 2021, we want to increase our community engagement by sharing even more of the local stories that are meaningful to you, our readers.

Do you know of a great kid doing amazing things in the community? Let us know. Or perhaps you have a favorite small, local business that is struggling and could use a boost — drop us a line. Is there something in your community that needs fixed? Give us the highlights and we’ll look into it. Do you have a favorite local restaurant that you want to get a behind-the-scenes look at? We’ll ask the owner to share their story and maybe even a get a favorite recipe from the chef. Do you have a community event that you want to promote? Send us the details.

Simply fill out this quick online form and let us know what’s on your mind. We look forward to hearing from you! |CST

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