Sirens wailed into Madera South High School Thursday morning as the school’s senior class watched in silence as two California Highway Patrol cars, a fire engine and a Pistoresi ambulance rolled onto campus
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
By Diana Giraldo
As the woman who runs the Master Gardeners program in Madera and Fresno counties, Janet Cangemi touches the lives of thousands of people with her love for growing things.
A march to raise awareness of rape and gender violence will take place today in Courthouse Park, as Madera men strap on stilletos, high heels, and other women’s shoes as part of an international “Walk a Mile
A Madera man who allegedly assaulted his wife several times and molested his son and daughter returned to court Wednesday for the second day of his trial.
More than 650 job seekers showed up Wednesday at Hatfield Hall for the County Job Fair with hopes of landing a job or, at least, getting their names out to potential employers.
Madera city officials and law enforcers talked about graffiti to third graders at Berenda Elementary School on Wednesday morning and even arranged a small re-enactment at the end where cops allowed two stude
By Reyna Cazares
The way Dana Lennemann sees it, the challenge is simple: Everyone needs a family.