A Madera Rotary member who joined the club in 1997 when she was executive director of the Madera Housing Authority has been named Rotarian of the Month for August.
City gears up for second community service event
Former crop duster pilot flies again
An 80-year-old woman was attacked and bitten by a large dog running loose in the 19000 block of Panoramic Drive as she worked in her front yard just north of Avenue 18 near the Madera Golf and Country Club s
Madera County’s Emergency Notification System is now available to all citizens — including those who rely solely on cellphones, according to Sheriff John Anderson.
Madera Classic Cars will open its next show at 6 p.m. Friday in the parking lot of the Walgreens Drug Store on Cleveland Avenue, in the fairgrounds shopping complex.
Gary Fox wants to subdivide and rezone 8.76 acres of land on Avenue 18 1/2, about 1,500 feet east of that street’s intersection with State Route 99.
Joey Fernandez of the Better Business Bureau of Central California said Monday that Madera-area email customers are being bombarded by Nigerian letter scams.
CHANGE NAME OF HOWARD ROAD— Saying “people have a hard time finding it,” Councilman Sam Price introduced a proposal to Madera City Council Tuesday which would change the name of Howard Road to West Yosemite
The popular band Yard Dogs concluded the Summer Concerts in the Park series with the announcement that New Year’s Eve 2013 will be their final performance.