Users of the online messaging system Twitter provided plenty of seasonal humor a week ago… or at least the jokes died trying.
Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School alumni returned to the school to talk to students about choosing their career paths.
Teams and individuals played under the cold, windy and cloudy skies in a Frisbee golf tournament to benefit the American Cancer Society.
San Francisco Giants’ talented and mercurial closer Brian Wilson appears to have blown out his elbow.
After a week of heavy rain limited practice time for drivers on the newly repaved track, the skies opened up just in time for Hampton Inn Night at the Madera Speedway on Saturday.
If you have driven around town lately, you no doubt have noticed that trees along some of the busier streets have a new decor — big, beautiful purple ribbons.
I enjoyed Bill Coate’s article about the Massetti family. The first time I heard part of the story was when I was 8, 9, 10 ( I don’t remember). I had ridden my bike into a farm yard and knocked on the door.
Some recent arrests may have helped solve some the rising number of daylight burglaries reported on the city’s West Side.
Showers and thunderstorms dropped .6 inches of rain and a bit of hail in Madera on Friday as of 5:40 p.m. weather officials reported.
The Madera Community Food Bank will give away fresh fruits and vegetables to seniors Thursday morning at Town and Country Park as part of its popular senior nutrition program.