Residents who get their water from the City of Madera will be billed based on water usage rather than a flat rate beginning Aug. 1, officials announced this week.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
City of Madera Parks Department aims to keep youth active, healthy
A 33-year-old North Fork man whose eight-and-a-half-month-old son crawled out of a car window and fell on his head while unattended has been held to answer on felony child abuse charges, Madera County Distri
Although Madera County gave Supervisor Frank Bigelow a resounding vote of confidence in his race for California Assembly, the results from the entire 5th District on Tuesday show that he has his work cut out
Reward system, dedicated team help defendants find success
District 2 Supervisor David Rogers discussed an alternative plan for high-speed rail with Gov. Jerry Brown during a conference in Sacramento.
An exodus from Madera Unified School District, which signals a major shakeup in the top level of the administrative staff in its central office, has begun.