Organized labor claimed a victory in a decades-long fight with one of the nation's largest fruit growers when a judge ruled that the company interfered with its employees' vote on whether to reject union representation.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
A lack of publicity about Old Timers Day this year apparently has some Maderans wondering whether the annual tradition will take place — or presuming it won’t.
The Madera County Sheriff’s Office plans to operate a medication take-back event Sept. 26. The legal drugs collection drive occurs twice annually, once in the spring and again in the fall.
Junior livestock exhibitors brought in $255,427 in gross auction sales at the Madera District Fair — only a little bit less than in 2014.
Locals on Sonora Street have completed instruction on establishing and running a Neighborhood Watch program, according to authorities, and residents at Sherwood Square had their first successful watch meetin
In an effort to assist special needs families with expenses and allow them to spend quality time together, the Madera County Muscle Car Club (MCMCC) is selling tickets for a chance to win prizes.
After earning the title of Miss Earth United States Water, Maria Manzo had been training for a half-marathon in October. But she got news Sept. 1 that rocked her world.