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Jack's Hawaii
- (call 808-969-9507)
Roberts Hawaii
- (call 808-966-5483)
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With school buses back on the road, as a parent you might be worried about safety in school bus and around school. According to the digital journal, School bus accidents may only represent a small number of total accidents. [...] (Read Article)
Hilo Hawaii Bus Related News
February 01 2015 - 50 years later, Erie memories of Selma march live on
Ida Page wasn't nervous when she boarded a chartered bus bound for Alabama with 25 others outside of Shiloh Baptist Church in late March 1965.
January 21 2015 - Israel: Nine People Wounded In Bus Attack
A Palestinian man has stabbed nine people on a commuter bus in central Tel Aviv before being shot in the leg by a prison officer as he ran off. The victims were taken to Tel Aviv's Ichilov hospital, where seven were admitted for treatment. Tel Aviv police commander Bentzi Sau told reporters: "Shortly after he boarded the bus, the assailant stabbed the driver several times. Commander Sau said ...
November 30 2014 - Hilo cruise ship visitors to increase slightly in 2015
East Hawaii businesses can expect little to change in the coming year when it comes to the number of cruise ship visitor arrivals.
October 27 2014 - Judge sees need to intervene in suit over pastor who admitted AIDS, sex and drug abuse
Testimony was given in Montgomery Circuit Court Thursday morning in a civil lawsuit against the embattled pastor of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church who refuses to step down from his position even after being voted out by church members in an 80-1 margin. 
October 18 2014 - Hearing set in lawsuit against pastor who admitted AIDS, sex and drug abuse
A hearing date has been set for a lawsuit filed against the embattled pastor of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church who refuses to step down from his position even after being voted out by church members by an 80-1 margin.
July 17 2014 - Leesburg IHOP Celebrates 20-Year Mark
Milton “Mickey” Koerner opened the first IHOP restaurant in Leesburg in 1994. Twenty years later the business is going strong and operating under the philosophy of doing what is right above making mon
May 05 2014 - 400 people picket education conference
LAKE PLACID - By bus and by car, around 400 people came here Sunday afternoon to protest an education conference held at Whiteface Lodge. The three-day private conference called Camp Philos started Sunday and will end Tuesday.
April 12 2014 - New stop for UHH bus service
The County Mass Transit Administration has revised its bus service for the University of Hawaii at Hilo and Hawaii Community College to include an additional stop at the new UH-Hilo Bookstore by the university’s main Kawili Street entrance, effective Monday.
March 17 2014 - Stopping 'chameleon' bus lines no easy task
At the end of 2011, federal regulators slapped a shutdown order on Double Happyness, a private, super-low-cost bus line running from Wilmington to New York's Chinatown, for what they called 'a management philosophy indifferent to motor carrier safety.'
October 24 2013 - Philomath school bus contractor to convert fleet to propane
The Philomath School Board agreed Monday to extend the district’s contract with Mid Columbia Bus Co. until 2021 as part of an agreement to replace diesel buses with new propane-powered ones.
October 05 2013 - Education Department cuts buses to charter school
HILO, Hawaii (AP) — Parents of students attending a Big Island charter school say they're facing a hardship after a Department of Education decision to end bus service. The Hawaii Tribune-Herald ( reports about 70 people gathered Sunday at the Hawaii Academy of Arts and Sciences to discuss the Friday decision that affects the Pahoa public charter school.
October 01 2013 - A Road Map of How Texas Football Can Return to Prominence
Texas finished fourth in the Big 12 preseason polls, garnering eight first place votes in the process. Entering 2013, in a wide open Big 12, the Longhorns are again a team in transition. This time it is an offensive philosophy move towards blending tempo with power as Major Applewhite grabs full control of the offense. After a season that saw mixed results and the 'Horns finish 9-4, the same ...
July 31 2013 - 2 road accidents in south India kill 26 - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports
NEW DELHI (AP) - At least 26 people have died in two separate road accidents in the southern Indian state of Karnataka, police said Tuesday. A bus and a truck carrying passengers collided in the state's Bijapur district Monday afternoon killing 18 people, said police official Ajay Hilori.
July 23 2013 - Vehicle crash in India kills 18 - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports
NEW DELHI (AP) - Police say a bus and a truck carrying passengers have collided in southern India, killing 18 people. Police official Ajay Hilori said the crash took place Monday afternoon in a rural area of the southern state of Karnataka.
July 03 2013 - Awards and Achievers: Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce honors Connell Insurance
Connell Insurance was awarded the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce 2013 W. Curtis Strube Small Business Award. This is the first time a Branson-area business has won this award. Winners are selected by an independent panel of judges based on company history, business or management philosophy, response to challenges, innovative products or services, and community contributions.
June 14 2013 - UNC pitching coach Forbes tailors approach to players’ talents
As Scott Forbes headed to the bus to begin the Tar Heels’ trip to Omaha, Neb., he summed up his pitching coach philosophy.
June 13 2013 - Scott Forbes walking the line for UNC pitchers
As Scott Forbes headed to the bus to begin the Tar Heels’ trip to Omaha, he summed up his pitching coach philosophy. “Not a guru-type here,” he said. “Every pitcher needs to be different and has their own style, so that’s how we do it.”
May 24 2013 - Police, Firefighter unions wild cards in budget
HILO — Hikes in property taxes, park fees, bus fares and vehicle registration and weight taxes will balance Mayor Billy Kenoi’s proposed $394.3 million 2013-14 budget, a 7.9 percent increase over this year. But there’s still a wild card in the mix: Two major public worker unions have yet to complete collective bargaining agreements.
May 03 2013 - Kenoi aims to raise property taxes 10%
HILO — Across-the-board property tax hikes of about 10 percent, along with increases in bus fares and vehicle registration and weight taxes, will fund a revised county budget proposed Thursday by Mayor Billy Kenoi. The updated budget follows a parade of county department heads last month pleading poor before the County Council, saying tight budget restrictions over the past four years have left ...
May 01 2013 - Bus tour stops at Shiloh to promote social, economic change in Ohio
When it came to mention of drugs, mass incarceration and discrimination against former prisoners, activists and community leaders said again and again, 'That ain't right!'
March 28 2013 - Bus to stop in HPP
A Hilo-Pahoa bus route will begin stopping in Hawaiian Paradise Park on Monday as part of a pilot project. The Hilo-bound bus will turn from Highway 130 down Maku‘u Drive to 16th, across to Paradise Drive, and back up to Highway 130.

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