SACRAMENTO (AP) — As California prepares to embark on its largest public works project in decades, a union that represents state engineers is questioning whether all the construction work will be thoroughly
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Fourteen authors shared more than their published stories in a free event aimed to celebrate their talent and allow residents the opportunity to meet them.
The 17th annual Interfaith/Intercultural Day will be celebrated in Madera on Thursday to celebrate the diverse and numerous religious, ethnic and cultural traditions of the local community.
A suspect accused of attempting to run down a Madera County sheriff’s deputy Friday was found dead hours later from a shot fired by the deputy as the suspect barreled towards him.
Two Maderans prominent in local community service projects leave for Washington, D.C., today to join an estimated 800,000 attendees of President Barack Obama’s second inaugural ceremony Monday.
The Madera Valley Water Company held its annual shareholders meeting Thursday night to explain a $5 increase in monthly water bills and improvements to its main office.
A local nonprofit group, whose aim is to educate the community about Hispanic culture and empower Latina women, installed a new board and welcomed new members during its annual installation meeting at DiCicc