| July 16 2014 - Bus company owner charged with online harassment|
The owner of a local bus company has been charged in northern Illinois after allegedly harassing a customer online. Highland Park Deputy Police Chief George Pfutzenreuter said Suburban Express owner Dennis Toeppen is due in Lake County court on Aug. 1 on two charges of electronic harassment. read more
| June 28 2014 - Rock 'n' roll, brothers: Radkey interview|
What were you up to when you were 16? Squeezing spots? Perhaps a bit of light tennis-racquet guitar in front of the mirror? I'm guessing you weren't roaming the world in a tour bus, drumming hard with your older brothers, playing devilish punk rock to unhinged crowds.
| June 05 2014 - San Francisco files charge against drivers' union over transit sick-out|
SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco's city attorney filed a charge of unfair labor practices against the city's transit drivers' union Wednesday after some operators called in sick for a third straight day and left the famed cable cars idle as bus and light-rail service slightly improved. City Attorney Dennis Herrera ...
| June 04 2014 - San Francisco city atty files complaint over 'sick-out' by transit workers|
The San Francisco city attorney on Wednesday accused the union for bus and rail operators of orchestrating a sick-out, filing a complaint on the third day of the protest as more buses and trains resumed operations. City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed the complaint with California labor regulators, accusing the Transport Workers Union of America, Local 250-A, of orchestrating the sick-out that ...
| May 15 2014 - Phil Gaimon Journal: Hurry up, blinding pain, and wait|
A fan brought me cookies, and Jonathan Vaughters brought a niece and nephew onto the bus to help me eat them. Photo: Phil Gaimon | VeloNews.com Phil Gaimon recounts his day of being mistaken as a favorite by the press and his friends, and teammate Dennis' no-cussing bet The post Phil Gaimon Journal: Hurry up, blinding pain, and wait appeared first on VeloNews.com .
| April 12 2014 - Tech Bus Protestors Target Island City|
Dennis Evanosky A “Google bus” picks up passengers at the AC Transit bus stop on Island Drive. Buses like these using Muni stops in San Francisco have outraged some in that city. The California Vehicle Code does not allow vehicles other than AC Transit buses to park or stop in its bus zones.
| April 11 2014 - In Ennis, Families Form Memories Amid The Bluebonnet Fields|
It’s 9:30 in the morning, the sun is bright, and about two dozen ladies from the Ennis Garden Club have hopped on a bus. They’re taking a tour of miles and miles of bluebonnet fields. These flower detectives are on a mission: Spot as many blooms as possible.
| March 28 2014 - Schools get 3-year reprieve on transportation cuts|
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — State lawmakers have given a temporary break to more than 90 Indiana school districts facing transportation funding cuts that threaten their bus service. A few Indiana school districts were set to lose all of the money in their transportation, bus replacement and capital funds because of that law, said Dennis Costerison, executive director of the Indiana Association of School ...
| March 25 2014 - Lewiston officials rethinking Quasar permits|
In a busy night for the Lewiston Town Board, Supervisor Dennis Brochey revealed he made a phone call Monday to Quasar Energy Group representatives to shut down possible bio-waste depositories along Saunders Settlement Road near Sanborn.
| March 19 2014 - Bus producer secures £100m order|
Bus manufacturer Alexander Dennis Limited signs a £100m deal to produce 600 vehicles for National Express over the next five years.
| March 15 2014 - Open line: The shrinking news business; Pryor nicked for Koch contributions; dispute on voter ID; W|
The eagle soars and the line is open. Final words: * HARD TIMES IN THE NEWS BUSINESS : Arkansas Business reports that Stephens Media today laid off everyone in their Little Rock news bureau except Capitol reporter John Lyon. The bureau also has a sports reporter who'll continue to work in Northwest Arkansas. Casualties include news reporting veterans Dennis Byrd, James Jefferson, Harry King and ...
| January 24 2014 - Economic impact of SD tourism up 2.8 percent|
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - The impact of tourism on South Dakota's economy increased by 2.8 percent last year despite spring and fall blizzards and a federal government shutdown that closed Mount Rushmore National Memorial for about two weeks, Gov. Dennis Daugaard said Thursday. Businesses that cater to tourists ...
| January 13 2014 - WEB EXTRA: Why local businesses sponsor safe rides|
By: Kylen Mills firstname.lastname@example.org Organizers say many local businesses, not just bars, sponsor the New Year's Eve safe ride. So why do they do it? Transportation Director Dennis Hart explains.
| December 23 2013 - Sign of the times for Data Display|
A company making interactive signs in Ennistymon, Co Clare, is hoping to change the face of bus transport in New York City with the installation of low-powered signs.