A college advisor wants to recognize the achievements of all current Madera Community College students this year, not just those who are completing degrees.
The third annual Bass Lake Classic Triathlon and accompanying 5K Run for the Kids will be held June 1 to benefit local youth charities.
If you are a local retailer, chances are you are rooting for the Internet tax bill that passed the U.S. Senate on Monday.
By Jerry Brown
Teenagers gathered for a play on Monday that aimed to address issues they or their peers are likely to face as they make their way through adolescence.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is urging farmers and ranchers to respond to the 2012 Census of Agriculture to help determine the future of farming in America. The deadline to respond is May 31.
Scammers are calling Madera residents and asking for money to secure the release of family members that they say are in jail, the Madera Police Department announced Monday.
Twelve student-athletes from Madera and Madera South high schools have been named as nominees for the Madera F.A.N. (For high school Athletic Needs) Kenny Taylor Athletic Integrity award.
The Central Section playoff selection committee sent athletic directors throughout the valley to their phones Monday to line up transportation for tennis and boys volleyball teams.
ROBERT E. GARIBAY: BEHIND THE HEADLINES — Mayor Robert Garibay is this week’s subject in “Behind the Headlines.” The 37-year-old Maderan is married with four children. He is a certified public accountant.