The rebuilt Bay Bridge that connects Oakland and San Francisco is about to be officially reopened with a $5 million party. Yes, you read correctly — $5 million.
Governor wants to expand uses for the money
A student who says his university violated his civil rights addressed a public audience for the first time in Madera on Monday.
Free income tax preparation and electronic filing for state and federal returns will be available in the Madera area through the American Association of Retired Persons Tax-Aide program.
In celebration of February’s presidents birthday observances, the Madera Rotary Club invited local historian and author Bill Coate to present his colorful program of little-known stories of our United States
The Madera Unified School District Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the district’s boardroom at 1902 Howard Road, but not all of the board members will be there.
The first of its kind local celebration in honor of Black History Month featured music, dance, poetry, song and acting.