Fresno City College women’s volleyball sophomore Toni Murphy (Madera) was named the Central Valley Conference’s Most Valuable Player on Thursday after leading the team to an undefeated CVC r
Local teenage girls who are making a difference in the community by volunteering may now apply for the Violet Richardson Award program to be recognized and get cash to fund their local projects.
An Adoption Awareness Month celebration will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday at the county’s newly opened adoptions office, 121 N. Lake St.
The U.S. Department of Defense has announced that Madera’s Army Spec. Jessica L. LaTour has graduated from basic combat training in Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
The upcoming meeting of the Madera City Council on Wednesday will be a landmark of sorts:
Madera’s biggest primary-care medical clinic, Camarena Health, broke ground Thursday for a new building in the city’s downtown.
By the time the Division I Central Section boys cross country race was over, it was no question who the top team was — the Madera South Stallions.