Less than two weeks away from hosting an annual camp for adults with special needs, The Justin Woods Foundation is not yet halfway to its goal of raising the money needed to sponsor participants.
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Local quilters exhibited two years worth of work over the weekend in a show that drew hundreds of people to Hatfield Hall on the Madera District Fairgrounds.
The Madera Republican Women Federated granted $4,500 to nine high school graduates who are headed to four-year universities and junior colleges this fall.
Some statistics just make one roll one’s eyes. Like this one: The total U.S. student loan debt is more than $1 trillion, and is incurring interest at 3.4 percent, a rate likely to double.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration issued its final compromise Friday for religiously affiliated charities, hospitals and other nonprofits that object to covering birth control in their employee heal
An 18-year-old Madera man lost control of his newly purchased car on a curve on Road 400 Friday afternoon, spun out and struck a tree at high speed.