Twenty-nine teachers have been given a reprieve from layoff notices they received from Madera Unified in March, but pink slips for 34 certificated employees remain in effect, including that of one of the dis
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Health officials hope to post restaurant safety inspection reports on web by end of the year
Tea, brunch set for Saturday
Several Maderans have already signed up to Walk Like MADD in Fresno on Saturday for the annual Mothers Against Drunk Driving fundraising 5K walk.
A minister and musician is set to perform a free concert at 6:30 tonight in the sanctuary of Valley West Christian Center, 101 W. Adell St.
FRESNO (AP) — With a July 1 deadline approaching for dozens of California state parks on a budget closure list, legislators are scrambling to keep them open with bills meant to raise money through specialty
Two volunteers for Citizens on Patrol were honored by the Madera County Sheriff’s Department — one for nearly a decade of service and another whose career was tragically cut short.