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Case Enterprises
409 Congress Pkwy N 37303-1613 Athens - (call (423) 745-0106)
Greyhound 54049
2621 Decatur Pike 37303-4940 Athens - (call (423) 745-8675)
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Athens Tennessee Bus Related News
12 2014 - Private shuttles taking bite out of Georgia agency's ridership
ATHENS, Ga. — As more and more apartment complexes add private shuttle services to compete with more centrally-located complexes near the University of Georgia , Athens Transit ’s ridership is taking a blow even after enhancing services to the university, Flagpole reported.
10 2014 - Megabus adds routes to and from Athens
Express bus company Megabus.com has expanded its daily service options from Athens to three additional cities, according to a Wednesday news release. The new routes allow travel to and from Charlotte, N.C., Richmond, Va., and Washington, D.C.
06 2014 - Private shuttles taking bite out of Ga. agency's ridership
ATHENS, Ga. — As more and more apartment complexes add private shuttle services to compete with more centrally-located complexes near the University of Georgia , Athens Transit ’s ridership is taking a blow even after enhancing services to the university, Flagpole reported.
04 2014 - Father in 2008 prayer death case now in jail
The woman who died when the car she was riding in crashed into a school bus has been identified as Shannon Hall, 24 of Athens, according to the Shawano County Sheriff's Department.
04 2014 - UPDATE: Propane truck slides off road
The woman who died when the car she was riding in crashed into a school bus has been identified as Shannon Hall, 24 of Athens, according to the Shawano County Sheriff's Department.
03 2014 - UPDATE: Marathon Co. Woman Dead, Pulaski Students Injured After Car Hits School Bus
An Athens woman is dead and fourteen people are injured including several students after a crash involving a school bus Tuesday in Brown County.
03 2014 - UPDATE: Woman, 24, Killed in Shawano Co. School Bus Accident
A 24-year-old Athens woman has died following a crash involving a Pulaski School District bus in Shawano County.
July 07 2014 - After a frightening situation, abused children must deal with criminal justice system
A child who has been the victim of abuse is often thrown into another frightening situation, dealing with the criminal justice system. Henderson County Help Center Executive Director Leslie Saunders told the Athens Kiwanis Club on Tuesday that the Child Advocacy Center helps the child through that difficult time as the case works through the system, sometimes taking years to complete.
July 06 2014 - Local businessman of many years dies at home
An Athens businessman whose store has been a fixture in the community for almost 60 years died on Tuesday at his residence. Thomas E. Geddie, Sr., 83, established Geddie Feed and Seed Company in 1955, and operated it until he retired and sold it to his son Thomas E. Geddie Jr.
June 27 2014 - Athens man who shot stepfather in eye extradited from California
An Athens man has been extradited from California to face charges he shot his stepfather in the eye four months ago. Derek Joseph Wardlaw, 31, was arrested in Los Angeles a week after the shooting as he attempted to board a bus bound for Seattle.
June 26 2014 - The Editor's Desk: Vision isn't the problem in Athens
A few weeks ago, a few dozen Athenians took a field trip to Greenville, S.C., on a bus chartered by the Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation, to see what lessons might be gleaned from that city's wildly successful transformation of its downtown area.
June 26 2014 - How Important Are Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall to Georgia Really?
With so much quarterback turnover in the SEC, it's fair to say that the running backs are going to drive the bus in 2014. Nowhere will that be more prevalent than in Athens, Georgia, where junior Todd Gurley is back at 100 percent and ready to pick up where he left off before an ankle injury suffered in late September hampered his campaign. Despite that, he managed to rush for 989 yards and 10 ...
June 08 2014 - Ammonium nitrate facility catches fire
An Athens business that sells large amounts of fertilizer erupted into flames on Thursday afternoon, leading to an evacuation of the downtown area as responders fought the flames. No one was injured in the fire that was first reported at 5:43 p.m. at the Ag Services storage building on W. Larkin Street, about three blocks from the Henderson County Courthouse.
May 30 2014 - UPDATE: Athens ammonium nitrate facility burns
ATHENS — An Athens business that sells large amounts of fertilizer erupted into flames on Thursday afternoon, leading to an evacuation of the downtown area as responders fought the flames.
May 22 2014 - Athens police arrest 2 on burglary charges
Investigators said three businesses were broken into last week. The crooks stole knives, shoes, binoculars and other merchandise.
May 21 2014 - Ohio bill sparks questions over public benefits
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The director of a county Jobs and Family Services office in southeast Ohio says a proposal before the Legislature should be more focused on addressing the basic needs of the state's residents. Jack Frech (frehk) of Athens County says funding for public programs that ...
May 18 2014 - Prescription Drug Take Back Day April 26
On Saturday, April 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Athens Police Department and Keep Athens Beautiful will host the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, giving the public its seventh opportunity in four years to prevent pill abuse and theft.
May 17 2014 - Athens ISD approves purchase of three vehicles
It is not very often Athens Independent School District Chief Financial Officer Randy Jones gets excited about a bus purchase but this time there is an exception. “It is unusual for me to find a school bus exciting and it is unusual to think of a school bus as an entertaining thing,” Jones said.
May 07 2014 - BOC approves bus contract with UGA without changing Prince Ave. route
Athens-Clarke County Commissioners voted to renew the contract between Athens Transit and the University of Georgia without disrupting the shuttle service between the main campus and the Health Sciences Campus on Prince Avenue.
May 06 2014 - Athens candidates debate public transit, county manager
Public transit in Athens seemed to dominate the conversation Monday during the Federation of Neighborhoods candidate forum. The event was the third of its kind so far in the election season before the May 20 Primary. Early voting continues until May 16.
May 06 2014 - Athens mayoral and commission candidates debate public transit, county manager
Public transit in Athens seemed to dominate the conversation Monday during the Federation of Neighborhoods candidate forum.


 
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