The words of one of William Shakespeare’s most famous plays will come alive at the Madera County Library as professional actors put on “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar” today.
Soroptimist’s 23rd annual Crab Feed is set for Feb. 22 at Madera District Fairground’s Hatfield Hall with a 5 p.m. start and 6 p.m. dinner.
NBC’s reality show “America’s Got Talent” is searching for the next great act, with its season nine audition tour making its final stop in Los Angeles this weekend.
After being stunned on its home field to start the second round of County/Metro Athletic Conference play, the Madera boys soccer team knew it couldn’t afford to have another letdown in its pursuit of a third
When the first quarter buzzer sounded, the Madera South Stallions boys basketball team was a respectable five points behind the fifth ranked Bullard-Fresno Knights.
Softball and baseball season began last week at the collegiate level, though basketball season isn’t over just yet.
Archeologists in England have found the footprints of five people who lived between 800,000 and 1 million years ago in some ancient estuary mud at Happisburgh on England’s east coast, and I couldn’t be happi