It’s been 18 years since residents of the Parkwood special districts on Madera’s southern edge have felt the effects from what the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved on Tuesday.
The third-largest wildfire in California history spread to nearly 400 square miles in size Tuesday and the cost of fighting the towering inferno broke the $100 million mark, the U.S.
The Madera Beautification Committee and the Madera Parks and Community Services Department are accepting nominations for the fall 2013 “Madera Beautiful” Residential Landscape Award.
It’s getting to the point where whatever meet the Madera South cross country team attends, the Stallions always seem to make a significant impact.
Their latest meet in Salinas was no different.
Josh Thornton, a senior Madera High School student working towards his Eagle Scout rank with the Boy Scouts of America, describes himself as severely autistic and has had to deal with numerous misconceptions
In response to smoke from massive wildfires and conditions that increase ozone levels, air officials issued an alert for Monday through Wednesday for all eight counties of the San Joaquin Valley including Ma
The four-day run of the 2013 Madera District Fair last week drew about 52,000 people to the fairgrounds.