The California Supreme Court on Thursday gave Gov. Jerry Brown and state lawmakers the right to eliminate community redevelopment agencies in a crucial decision that impacts the state budget.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The Madera Redevelopment Agency is facing dissolution and the prospect of having to sell off all its assets.
Nationwide statistics show an increase in certain crimes where alcohol is a factor around the holidays, and Madera County is no exception.
A multi-purpose building is slowly taking shape beside St. Joachim Catholic Church on a bit of land once occupied by J Street in central Madera.
Madera District Fair has signed a historic lease agreement with Newman Development to create The Commons at Madera Fair, which will include the widening of Cleveland Avenue and the addition of businesses suc
Like other important regions in California, people seeking a place to work and live outside of a large city are changing the landscape and spurring people to ask what Madera's future really holds.
For almost two-decades a lawsuit has been fought over where water from Millerton Lake should go.