The Office of the Attorney General and the State Bar of California has awarded a $550,000 grant to a nonprofit legal services program to help low-wage, limited-English, rural workers affected by foreclosure.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The Cosca Group, a consulting firm retained by the Board of Trustees of the Madera Unified School District to assist in the search and selection process for the new Superintendent of Schools, is seeking comm
Madera Unified School District trustees sat stoically but attentively as hundreds of teachers filled the multipurpose room at King Middle School to vociferously express their displeasure with the school boar
The dry grass along the Fresno River accelerated two fires started by homeless people living in the area, officials said Wednesday.
A local nonprofit faith-based organization is putting on a sale Saturday to raise money for charities. The third annual Spring Arts and Crafts Show by the Catholic Daughters of the Americas St.
The Madera Police Department plans to conduct a sobriety and drivers license checkpoint Saturday night at an undisclosed location within city limits between 8 p.m. and 3 a.m.
FRESNO (AP) — The owner of a Central California wild animal park where a lion killed an intern says he feels vindicated after federal officials found no problems with its enclosures or employee training prog