Players and adult coaches are wanted for the Madera Parks and Community Services’ youth basketball leagues. Individual player registration of $50 ends Dec. 14 with the leagues scheduled to begin Jan. 18.
Robert Zewe busily greeted the many people who arrived this weekend for a second annual Barefoot Zumba Fusion fundraiser.
Here's the latest news for Monday, October 21: President says no excuses for computer glitches, gridlock in Bay, NSA French connection unacceptable, and fires spread in Australia.
Here's the latest news for Sunday, October 20th: Escaped Florida prisoners are back in custody; A suicide truck bomb kills at least 30 in central Syria; Raging Australian wildfires could get worse; Thousands
It’s been more than two years since work began on a $37 million project to repave a worn-down stretch of State Route 99 in Madera, but by the end of next week officials said crews would be gone, the repaving
The Madera Community Hospital League of Volunteers has dozens upon dozens of members, but none has yet to give as much time as Nadine Burpo, who was honored Friday for 50,000 hours of service.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles conducted a statewide sweep for fraudulent disabled license plates and placards this week that resulted in 241 citations across the state and 43 in the Central Val