A woman who “smelled strongly of alcohol” disrupted traffic, disturbed a wedding, and punched a wheelchair-bound man in the face near her Bass Lake home over the weekend, sheriff’s officials said.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
A local club, part of an international service organization, wants to honor businesses in the city of Madera that operate ethically and is asking the public’s help to do so.
The California State Automobile Association awarded a giant $5,000 check to the Madera County Sheriff’s Office Citizens on Patrol (COPs) on Monday.
Ongoing work on the Madera 99 Rehabilitation Design-Build Project will result in intermittent closures of some north and southbound ramps between the Gateway Avenue and Ellis Street overcrossings on State Ro
With helmets, face mask, and firefighter attire, a team from a Madera County fire station faced off with a less experienced, but determined squad from Warnock Foods.
In the foothills of Madera County on Road 600, two dozen members of the Grub Gulch Chapter 41-49 of E Clampus Vitus, otherwise known as Clampers, gathered to dedicate another historical monument.
The last time someone from Madera was elected to the California State Assembly, Madera was still a part of Fresno County, said Assemblyman Frank Bigelow (R-O’Neals) at the dedication of his new district offi