Local college students celebrated Cinco de Mayo in an afternoon gathering Thursday that featured contests, dancing, free tacos and piñatas.
Madera joins in national observances
A community prayer gathering that’s usually held during the evening on the National Day of Prayer was moved to noon this year.
A retired educator that was the keynote speaker at the Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast on Thursday morning encouraged attendees to put their lives in the hands of a higher power and to follow God’s will.
Opening ceremonies are planned for 9 a.m.
Distracted driving isthought to be the cause of a crash on Highway 145 just north of Avenue 12 that sent a young Madera woman and her baby to the hospital Wednesday afternoon, according to the California Hig
FRESNO — The California High-Speed Rail Authority Board certified the final Environment Impact Report for the Merced to Fresno section of the proposed bullet train, allowing it to take additional steps towar