Starting Monday, the southbound Avenue 12 loop on-ramp for State Route 99 will be closed and will remain so for the rest of the year as part of the ongoing Interchange Improvement Project in that area.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The Madera Elks Lodge has presented awards to their final boy and girl middle school students of the month for the 2013-14 school year. Both students are from Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School.
The City Council has voted to put its water customers under Stage III water restrictions of the Urban Water Management Plan’s water shortage contingency plan.
From ambulances to zebra-print clothing, the alphabet of local business was on display Thursday inside the Madera Fairground’s Hatfield and Van Alen halls as part of the Madera Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Bus
Three Madera women, who became mothers as teenagers, were honored for continuing their education and each received a Morgan Scholarship from Planned Parenthood.
Four Madera County-based products — a mango-flavored white wine, a full-bodied balsamic vinegar, an organic rice-and-bulgar chip, and a smooth blonde ale — are vying for “likes.”
California lawmakers approved a $156.4 billion state budget mere hours before a constitutional deadline earlier this week, and some Madera County legislators and representatives have raised eyebrows over por