Millview Elementary students and staff are planning performances, snack sales and history telling for Thursday to celebrate Hispanic heritage.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
In an effort to relieve the burdens of unemployed farmers, the Latino Water Coalition is teaming up with two news stations for a canned food drive to help supply food banks in the Central Valley.
Firefighters battled a string of fires this weekend through Monday in and by Madera County, including one near Oakhurst and another in the backcountry of Yosemite National Park, east of Half Dome.
Authorities will host its annual fall Drug Take-Back on Sept. 27 in the city and the foothills, Sheriff John Anderson announced Monday.
In honor of the fallen heroes and the survivors of the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks, two of Madera lighting companies plan to hold their 13th annual memorial event with guest speaker, Lt. Colonel John G.
If you get a call from an online advertising representative, claiming your credit card is no good, hang up, and call the company directly, according to Sheriff John Anderson.
The 2014 Madera District Fair finally ended Sunday with a success, attracting not only locals but also many from Fresno County and other parts of California.