FRESNO — The Liberty Hawks showed they had the staying power with one of the best teams in the section, but two free kicks led to goals as Liberty went 1-1 Friday on the first day of the Peggy Renberg Tourna
The Fresno City College Rams women’s volleyball team and former Madera players Toni Murphy and Olivia Guillen lost the first two games in bracket play and were eliminated from the 2012 women’s volleyball Sta
Driving in the rain the last couple of days I couldn’t help but notice all the people playing with their phones while driving.
Madera Public Works Director Matt Bullis will be leaving soon to join the Resource Management Agency of Tulare County, and as he goes, he will leave behind a long list of accomplishments.
A key question has raged in California for more than one year, ever since Gov. Jerry Brown first proposed two of his key tactics in the ongoing battle against seemingly perpetual state budget deficits.
Mayor Robert Poythress, Mayor Pro Tem Donald Holley and City Councilmen Andrew Medellen and Derek Robinson were sworn into office Wednesday night during a historic city council meeting.
The city of Madera and Comcast have partnered to offer free Internet access for multiple years to senior citizens who attend the Frank Bergon Center and the Pan-Am Community Center.
Some local children and teenagers are planning to spend Saturday morning raking leaves in the lawns of residents who are unable to do so themselves.
High school student Adrian Vega faced hit-andrun charges Wednesday at his trial, which continues today and Saturday. But rather than a real-life tragedy, his case is this year’s Honorable Edward P.
FRESNO (AP) — The executive editor of a Central Valley newspaper is retiring.