Shortly before World War II began, a clergyman around 60 years of age would be registered by the office of Chancellor Adolf Hitler as the Nazi government’s most dangerous enemy.
Matt DeFina to tell story at 4th St. Church of God
A multi-year, undercover operation by Madera police has resulted in the breakup of what police called a prolific local auto theft ring.
Former board member to lead homecoming celebration
Madera can thank some aggressive real estate advertising for bringing one of its new City Council members to town.
A live performance of “The Best Me,” a play promoting healthy lifestyles sponsored by the Kaiser Permanente health maintenance organization, has been one highlight of this week’s health awareness week at Geo
SACRAMENTO — The Federal Railroad Administration gave its approval Wednesday for construction on the first phase of California’s high-speed rail system, clearing the final technical hurdle for construction t
After 24 years in the real estate market, Ravi Gill wanted to try something else to put his philosophy to work.
By Kenan Sagouspe of Howard 4-H
Howard 4-H Club met Monday, Sept. 10, at the Howard Elementary School Cafeteria.
By Cristal Rivera, Madera South High School senior