Roseanne Samper, a teacher at Hazel M.
An Oakhurst family, that itself has seen homelessness with a close relative, has hit upon what it believes to be a solution to at least one part of the homelessness problem that faces the county and state.
Four heavily traveled sections of Madera roads will see traffic delays in the near future as part of an overall city of Madera paving improvement project.
For three hours on Saturday, Madera will see what one official called a “blitz of service” as more than 800 volunteers clean up school grounds, feed the homeless, and perform other acts of community service
About 5,000 parcels remain delinquent
Woman loses control of truck, hits power pole
The Office of the Attorney General and the State Bar of California has awarded a $550,000 grant to a nonprofit legal services program to help low-wage, limited-English, rural workers affected by foreclosure.