Local appliance merchants beware, authorities say, because a large-scale fraud ring that has invaded several Central Valley cities made its first appearance in Madera earlier this month.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Maderans will join more than 37 million Americans across the country this month in observing the 30th anniversary of National Night Out and the fight against crime.
Sunny Bhanot, owner of the last remaining 7-Eleven store in Madera, at Cleveland Avenue and Lake Street, watched as a crew from Wilkey’s Construction of Olivehurst began removing the gas pumps and tanks at h
A 21-year-old self-proclaimed gang member is being held in Madera County Jail on murder charges in the death of 19-year-old Robert Moreno III of Madera, who was killed in a drive-by shooting in March, offici
Forty-year-old Janice Marie Mossman of Oakhurst, out of jail after a July 11 arrest on suspicion of burglary, is back behind bars, suspected of burglary again.
A 35-year-old North Fork man was arrested Sunday afternoon after trying to bury a stolen and stripped car, said Madera County Sheriff’s spokeswoman Erica Stuart.
Some 60 charros — horsemen in the classic Mexican tradition — paraded east on Avenue 17 into the gate of Charros Unidas, Madera’s charreria, or horse sport arena, at the conclusion of this year’s annual Joaq