The United States Department of Agriculture has committed $4 million to improve Oakhurst’s wastewater system after it was cited for not having the full capacity to dispose of treated wastewater.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
To get their town ready for its centennial celebration this summer, Fairmead residents cleaned and beautified a street garden.
Madera Community Hospital’s League of Volunteers was honored Saturday at a luncheon in the Shebelut-Pierini Room of the hospital.
With the sound of sirens and horns from the engines of the local fire station, the annual Raymond Parade was officially under way.
Mosquito abatement officials are urging the public to take precautions against mosquito bites and mosquito breeding during the statewide West Nile Virus and Mosquito & Vector Control Awareness Week start
For some Madera County artists and crafters, Vintage Days — held annually on the Fresno State University campus — has become a hot spot for selling wares and gaining new clientele.
All Madera police units have been placed on heightened alert to patrol city streets for gang activity in the wake of recent gang violence, including a murder Wednesday.