More than 100 seniors from across the community gathered at Rotary Park on Gateway Drive on Tuesday for a luncheon and hours of activities sponsored by Madera Parks and Community Services.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Local agencies and mental health advocates have partnered with a Bakersfield-based healthcare consulting firm to raise awareness about mental health issues and tell people where to get help in Madera.
Five Madera teenagers were seriously injured Monday morning, three of them critically, after an unlicensed driver of a pickup ran a stop sign and pulled in front of a loaded semitrailer truck pulling double
The Madera Elks Golf Tournament first teed-off in 1976 with a pledge to benefit handicapped children and youth activities.
High winds, rain cause mischief in Madera
Though blustering pockets of weekend rain helped firefighters progress against the third-largest wildfire in California history, the U.S.
Madera’s new school superintendent, Ed Gonzalez, has identified eight groups of students he considers to be most at risk for dropping out of school.