Madera fire officials hope everyone celebrates the Fourth of July safely and legally by using approved fireworks and exercising common sense.
The ink was barely dry on the three-year contract that had been signed and approved by Madera Unified trustees on June 12, 2012, before Kelly Porterfield, MUSD’s associate superintendent for business and ope
Pedro A. Venegas of Madera was arrested on or about June 25 in Tulare County on suspicion of driving under the influence.
Water metering officially starts tomorrow, Maderans, and in 30 days, some of us no doubt will be in for a shock.
The Supreme Court decision upholding key components of the Affordable Care Act was met with varied opinions from Madera citizens on Thursday, as some called it a further step toward socialism while others de
Some unsettled over high court ruling on Ariz. law
A retired Washington couple is lucky to be alive after their motor home stalled in front of a southbound freight train Thursday morning on the railroad tracks at Cleveland Avenue and Gateway Drive, according