| February 01 2015 - Multitude of public projects expected over the coming years in Pitkin County|
Private development projects such as the Aspen Art Museum, the Hyatt Grand Aspen and many others have generated a lot of local attention and discussion over the years, leading many members of the community to speak out against an Aspen that’s increasingly becoming super-sized. More recently, sentiment over the belief that developers are constantly on the hunt for renovation and building ...
| January 29 2015 - People Not Following School Bus Stopping Law|
ALEXANDRIA, HUNTINGDON COUNTY - The Juniata Valley School District has had a number of run-ins with people not obeying the school bus safety law. Now they're saying enough is enough and people need to pay attention. Cars drive quickly near candid carper's house on hilltop road off of route 453. Candid Carper said, "They need to stop when the buses stop." She lives off of a busy 3 lane road ...
| January 28 2015 - Greenbrier revisits millage vote|
Superintendent Scott Spainhour took time from his busy week to talk about the upcoming vote on March 10 to increase the mill cost to taxpayers in order to build a new school. Forty acres of land for Springhill Elementary School has already been purchased on Elliott Road across from the Huntington Estates subdivision. If the mill vote passes, the elementary school is scheduled to open in the fall ...
| January 26 2015 - Florida bus driver hunted|
Police are hunting down the driver of the GV Florida bus that plunged into a deep ravine in Bontoc, Mountain Province, killing 15, including comedian Tado Jimenez, and injuring 29 on February 7, 2014.
| January 25 2015 - Convicted Florida bus driver goes unpunished|
Police are on a hunt for the driver of the GV Florida bus that plunged into a deep ravine in Bontoc, Mountain Province in February last year that killed 15 people, including comedian Tado Jimenez. Senior Superintendent Oliver Enmodias, Mountain Province Police Provincial Office (PPO) director, said that ever since the court rendered its decision last August 4, that held Edgar Mendoza Reynon, the ...
| January 23 2015 - Hunting for a bus depot|
ASPEN HILL – As Montgomery County Public Schools officials struggle to find a new location for the school system’s bus depot and considers moving alternative education programs, residents here and throughout the county say there has not been enough community input. On Jan. 15, the Aspen Hill Civic Association hosted a meeting to discuss the two MCPS plans. Although the residents began to get ...
| January 20 2015 - Winfield bus driver files grievance|
By Mike Hricik Staff writer WINFIELD, W.Va. -- A bus driver for schools in Winfield has filed a grievance with the West Virginia Board of Education, saying that she deserves to stay in her job. At a meeting on Tuesday night, the Putnam County Board of Education rescinded the employment of Elizabeth Swann of Huntington. She had been hired as a half-day bus driver in October. Swann was represented ...
| December 20 2014 - Blinding sun causes school bus collision|
A Durango School District 9-R school bus ran into the rear of an SUV at 7:39 a.m. Friday on Hesperus Hill, just east of Hesperus on U.S. Highway 160.Only two injuries were reported: the driver of the SUV and a student who suffered a bruised lip.Colorado State Patrol Trooper Stephanie Guilfoil said bus driver Santha Huntington,...
| December 20 2014 - Theater Review: Bad Food and Worse Family Dynamics in Pocatello|
A famous agent used to instruct clients never to set a scene in a bus: Americans don’t mind stories that are sad, he said, but they draw the line at downmarket depressing. Apparently Samuel D. Hunter, who is only 33, has smarter representation. In his plays, which collectively earned him ... More »
| December 15 2014 - Marathon County Crime Stoppers: Drug bust|
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials are telling the agency's board that the 2014 nine-day gun deer hunt was a rebuilding year. More >>
| December 11 2014 - Ohio Senate passes changes to state weapons laws|
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Ohio Senate has passed changes to the state's weapons laws that include relaxing some requirements for concealed carry permits and letting hunters use noise suppressors on their guns under certain conditions.