Let’s face it. The study of economics is boring. The subject has been called the unsocial, non-scientific social science. Yet, economics may form the most essential part of society.
On Saturday, at 8:44 p.m., the sun will hover directly over the equator for a few minutes, resulting in the annual autumnal equinox, or the beginning of fall, according to astronomers who study and ponder su
If a traveler on State Route 99 takes either exit off of Avenue 17 there is a lot of dirt to be seen.
Here goes a shameless plug for my running group’s race: The Wascally Wabbit Half Mawothon begins at 7 a.m. Saturday near the Japanese Gardens at Woodward Park in Fresno.
The Madera Sunrise Rotary Club presented their first Student of the Month award for the 2013-14 school year to Santiago Madrigal, a sixth grader at Alpha Elementary.
With more than 50 teams and an estimated 1,000 people attending, the 2013 American Cancer Society’s Madera Relay for Life raised $120,266 on May 4-5, according to chairwoman Charlotte Brewer.
Team Elite set a regular season record of 9-1 for the Madera Parks and Community Service Summer Basketball League and won the championship playoffs, which finished this week.
Here's the latest news for Wednesday, September 18th: Gunman's mother apologizes; Bus-Train collision in Canada; New test for viral infections; Starbucks discourages guns.
In an ongoing feud of several months, the offices of County Treasurer-Tax Collector Tracy Kennedy and Auditor-Controller Marcia Hall had a minor disagreement during Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting wit
A phone-based scam has recently begun to target Madera-area businesses, Madera County Sheriff’s spokesperson Erica Stuart said, as merchants have received calls from fraudsters posing as advertising represen