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Safety around School bus
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)
01 2014 - Mural welcomes motorists entering Catonsville from Beltway Work has music theme on Frederick Road Those entering Catonsville from Interstate 695 may have noticed the brick wall of Perfect Touch Hair Salon & Day Spa on Frederick Road being coated by colorful brush strokes of paint over the past few weeks.
01 2014 - Frederick County has successful first day WINCHESTER -- Twins Madison and Damon were a little nervous on their first day of kindergarten Monday, but their father Stephen Moore said he was probably even more nervous than they were.
July 17 2014 - Va. fair rolls out 'Ginny' the bus DOSWELL, Va. (AP) â€” The organizers of the State Fair of Virginia are taking to the road to promote the exposition. They've launched "Ginny," a bus traveling in the Richmond and Fredericksburg areas this summer and fall. State Fair Facebook fans came up with the name, short for Virginia.
June 30 2014 - 'Brigadoon' clad in fresh tartan at the Goodman Daughter of lyricist and book writer Alan Jay Lerner rehabilitates 1940s musical for Goodman fling In 1947, lyricist and book writer Alan Jay Lerner and composer Frederick J. Loewe were looking for a new show. Their first three collaborations, "Life of the Party," "What's Up?" and "The Day Before Spring" had either flopped or done only modest business. They would score a monster hit together ...
June 25 2014 - Case of Nova Scotia men charged in homeless manâ€™s death delayed until next month KENTVILLE, N.S. â€“ The case of two men charged in the death of a homeless man in Nova Scotia has been adjourned until July 23. Daniel Wayne Surette and Kyle David James Fredericks were charged in April with first-degree murder. The body of Harley Lawrence was found last Oct. 23 in a burned-out bus shelter Read the Rest of the Entry
May 15 2014 - Opelousas Arrest Reports for May 12, 2014 Opelousas Arrest Reports for May 12, 2014 Frederick Tanner Jr., 32, 927 Park Avenue, Opelousas Domestic Abuse Battery Antonio Landrio, 25, 513 W. Cherry Street, Opelousas Simple Assault Brian Pitre, 32, 304 Bertheaud Avenue, Opelousas Domestic Abuse Battery Aggravated Assault Disturbing the Peace by Intoxication Freddie Jackson, 24, 403 S. Lombard Street, Opelousas Aggravated Assault with ...
April 27 2014 - Two men facing first degree murder charges in Lawrence death Two Berwick-area men are facing charges of first-degree murder in the case of a homeless man who died in a bus shelter fire last October. Kyle David James Fredericks, 25, and Daniel Wayne Surette, 26, were charged on April 25 with first-degree murder in the death of Harley Lawrence, a ...
April 07 2014 - Art billboards, coast to coast How would Grant Woodâ€™s beloved American Gothic , 1930, look like in Times Square? Or a portrait of the abolitionist Frederick Douglas in a Birmingham bus billboard? With Art Everywhere US, the â€ślargest outdoor art show ever conceivedâ€ť the possibilities are (somewhat) endless.
March 17 2014 - 4 injured in commercial bus wreck in Virginia STAFFORD, Va. Virginia State Police say at least four people are being treated for serious injuries after a commercial passenger bus overturned on Interstate 95 in Stafford County. The accident occurred around 4 a.m. Monday in the southbound lanes between Stafford and Fredericksburg. Southbound lanes that were closed after the crash have been reopened.
March 17 2014 - I-95 Commercial Bus Crash in Stafford County â€“ Oversight Needed on Bus Driver Hiring? At least four people suffered serious injuries after a commercial bus overturned on Interstate 95 (I-95) in Stafford County, Virginia (VA). The bus reportedly overturned on its side in the southbound lanes between Stafford and Fredericksburg. There were 54 passengers on the bus when the wreck occurred. All of the passengers had to be taken [...]
January 14 2014 - Man Charged with Child Abuse Shot with BB Gun A 23-year-old man who was charged with felony child abuse in Fredericksburg last week reported that he had been shot in the head with a BB gun the previous weekend.
November 04 2013 - VIA bus service changes start Monday SAN ANTONIO " VIA Metropolitan Transit is extending its bus rapid transit service, VIA PrĂmo, to Leon Valley and rolling out several other services changes Monday. The bus stops less often, so it can travel quicker, and the vehicle also has traffic signal priority on Fredericksburg Road, so trips are more reliable.
October 03 2013 - Residents voice concerns about 79-mile bus transportation plans for MoCo ROCKVILLE â€“ More than 200 county residents attended public hearing meetings on Sept. 24, 2013, and Sept. 26, 2013, to voice their support or concerns about the countyâ€™s plans to build a 79-mile bus rapid transit system that is set to run from Clarksburg near the Montgomery County-Frederick County line to Silver Spring near the Maryland-D.C. border.
October 01 2013 - Civil War museum hopes to double number of visitors History-related tourism has been a major business in Frederick County. The National Museum of Civil War Medicine welcomes 40,000 visitors a year, including 50 to 60 tour bus groups, but museum staff would like to double that number over the next 18 months.