A crumbling brick wall described by Coarsegold residents as a dangerous eyesore has finally met its match as Monday brought the beginning stages of work to tear down the structure and replace it with a resto
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Oakhurst CPA Todd Miller came out swinging as he announced his candidacy for the office of Madera County auditor/controller.
A homeless Madera man who was convicted in October of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old was sentenced to 50 years to life in prison earlier this month, District Attorney Michael Keitz said in a press release
Two brand new attorneys stood before their fathers Monday in Madera’s Superior Court to be sworn in as lawyers.
Three Maderans, all either on probation or with arrest warrants related to illegal drugs, were arrested late last week on suspicion of stealing copper wire and stripping a side of a barn of its aluminum sidi
People in a line extending several blocks from the local food bank waited for their turn to receive a free turkey and other food items to prepare their Thanksgiving dinner.
A local manufacturing employer recognized 30 of its workers for their time and service to the company.