| May 12 2014 - National Labor Relations Board Rules In Favor Of Teamsters Against Durham|
WASHINGTON, May 12, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- School bus drivers and monitors in Santa Rosa County, Fla., who are members of Teamsters Local 991 in Mobile, Ala., have won a major victory in a decision handed down by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in Washington, D.C. The NLRB has ordered the certification of their election, dismissing all objections their employer, Durham School ...
| December 09 2013 - Business News: week of Sept. 9, 2013|
Education Santa Rosa Junior College is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a recent survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education. The results, released ... Read more »
| June 04 2013 - Galt hosts state finals for school bus driver contest|
Gordon Threlkeld, a judge for the timing event from Santa Rosa, makes sure a school bus from Watsonville backs up accurately during the School Bus Roadeo competition at the Galt Market on Sunday, May 26, 2013. Fifty-four bus drivers from throughout California competed in the state finals.
| March 24 2013 - Missing 12-year-old found safe in Santa Rosa|
LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – A 12-year-old Cobb girl who was the focus of a search in the Cobb and Lakeport areas has been found safe. Jenica Frederick was found at a relative’s home in Santa Rosa on Saturday, according to Capt. Chris Macedo of the Lake County Sheriff’s Office. The girls had been last seen by her family on her way to school Thursday morning, but neither got on the school bus nor ...
| November 14 2012 - Santa Rosa increases bus fares, trims service|
Santa Rosa boosted bus fares and cut back service levels Tuesday in what officials called an unfortunate but necessary response to a $1 million budget gap. The City Council unanimously agreed to a plan that raises the cash price of a bus fare from $1.25 to $1.50 Feb. 1, reduces the frequency of service mostly on lesser–used suburban routes, and tightens policies to crack down on transfer abuse.
| October 25 2012 - Santa Rosa commission votes to end transit funding|
Santa Rosa County Commission votes 3-2 to end funding for the 2-year-old Santa Rosa Transit bus system, which operates primarily along U.S. 90 in Milton and Pace with a connection to the Escambia County Area Transit System in north Pensacola.
| June 13 2012 - 2 charged with illegal drug distribution|
The Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office along with the city of Milton is cracking down on the illegal sale and distribution of bath salts and “spice” in the county. The first major bus in Santa Rosa County happened last Thursday, when the sheriff’s...
| June 11 2012 - Ian Burrell: The internet Antichrist who is converting online evangelists|
Andrew Keen, the British-born and self-styled "Antichrist of Silicon Valley", has a problem. The internet evangelists who once heckled and abused him for his heretical questioning of the accepted wisdom of the digital future are now starting to agree with him. Keen is a strange concoction. Based in Santa Rosa, California, amid the cream of the world's technological innovators he has long been a ...
| February 24 2012 - Milton man fatally injured on bike after being struck by vehicle|
Tuesday evening a Milton man was fatally injured as he was riding his bike on Stewart St. near the Santa Rosa County School Bus Garage on Firehouse Rd. Willie Young, 74 of Milton, was riding his bike southbound on Highway 87 in the middle of the...
| February 21 2012 - Public input sought on proposed transit changes|
Residents are encouraged to review and comment on proposed changes to the Santa Rosa Transit schedule and route. Adjustments to the bus service, offered mainly along U.S. Hwy. 90 with a connection to the Escambia County Area Transit system at Nine...
| January 14 2012 - Buses continue to roll|
Thursday by the narrowest of possible margins, Santa Rosa County Commissioners approved to continue offering bus services until November of this year. Commissioners voted for an amended express route for morning and afternoons, while continuing with...