The former Mervyn’s store at 1467 Country Club Drive may soon house Madera Unified School District’s offices, according to Superintendent Ed Gonzalez.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The Madera Chamber of Commerce and the Madera Ministerial Association plan to mark the National Day of Prayer with events morning, noon and afternoon May 1.
The Madera Superior Court sentenced Alberto Rodriguez of Madera to decades in prison Monday for two counts of sexual assault on a child under the age of 14, according to authorities.
Locals are set to celebrate the legacy of the late Cesar Chavez, a man who marched through the Valley decades ago with thousands of people rallying to him, hoping to obtain higher wages and better working co
Sheriff John Anderson issued a fraud alert Monday about a telephone scam targeted at Madera County residents in the wake of credit data breaches at retail stores.
Committee members behind a planned 40-year Madera High School reunion want the help of Tribune readers to contact former classmates.
A concerned citizen called in to the Madera County Sheriff’s Office last week and helped deputies track down a suspect with an outstanding warrant, spokeswoman Erica Stuart said Monday.