| 02 2014 - Arts & Entertainment SEE MORE|
MIDLAND – The Midland Civitans “Stuff the Bus” food drive was held on... TORONTO - Drivers in Ontario could soon face much stiffer penalties for texting behind the wheel, as the governing Liberals are set to reintroduce a bill that would boost the maximum fine to $1,000.
| 20 2014 - The COMET Reaches Out to Students|
While it’s still unclear who will be running the Midlands bus system, The COMET is offering new routes and new rates in the Midlands in hopes of appealing to students as area schools open.
| July 31 2014 - City Wants to Hear from Walkers, Cyclists This Wednesday and Thursday|
Park the car. Take a bike. That’s one of the messages coming out of a well-funded planning project known as Walk Bike Columbia. The plan calls for walk-bike-bus access to destinations throughout the Columbia area, and ultimately, a new transportation mindset for the Midlands.
| July 03 2014 - X1 bus service between Hanley and Barlaston scrapped|
COMMUTERS and students are facing a longer journey to work or university after their bus was cancelled.The X1 service linking Barlaston, Wedgwood and Stone with Stoke and Hanley will be scrapped by the end of the month after train operator London Midland withdrew its funding.The Baker Bus service was also part-funded by Staffordshire University which cancelled its subsidy after it moved its ...
| June 19 2014 - Fall trip to Grand Hotel planned|
Midland Parks and Recreation, in partnership with the Michigan Recreation and Park Association and Saginaw County Parks and Recreation Commission, announces an all-inclusive bus trip to the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island.
| June 17 2014 - Frisco RoughRiders Game Notes|
Lazy Sunday: After a long bus ride and an early arrival in Midland, the RoughRiders looked a little weary in Sunday's 8-3 loss to the RockHounds. In an abbreviated start, Alex Gonzalez allowed a run in the second inning and then departed with a runner aboard and two outs in the third.
| June 15 2014 - Bus Contract to Be Rebid|
The long deliberations to contract with an operator for the Midlands bus system will get even longer as COMET board members voted Friday to start the bidding process all over again.
| May 20 2014 - Buses Now Running 7 Days a Week|
The Midlands' buses are running seven days a week after Sunday serviced resumed yesterday. It's one of several service changes planned for the coming months. Also, Sunday fares will be free until Labor Day, and you can ride the bus for free on Saturdays for the remainder of May.
| March 27 2014 - Van de Putte Launches Statewide Bus Tour|
This weekend, San Antonio state Sen. Leticia Van de Putte takes her campaign on the road. The Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor plans to kick off a bus tour on Sunday in SA, making stops in more than 15 cities across the state. Van de Putte, extensively profiled in the Current’s March 26 cover story, will make appearances in cities including McAllen, El Paso, Midland, Nacogdoches and ...
| March 21 2014 - KenMcCormick published BRISTOL TRAFFIC: Diversions around Old Market, accident in...|
WORK to repair a burst water main in Old Market Street is continuing to cause disruption to traffic. All vehicles, including bus services, have been diverted away from the outbound A420 around Broad Plain, Unity Street and Midland Road, where temporary traffic lights are in operation. The diversion affects bus services 4, 6, 7, 24, 36, 42, 43, 44, 45, 48, 49 and 332. Police report that an ...
| February 08 2014 - Midland City Crisis: A Look Inside The Bus|
We know the names Charles Poland, Ethan, and Jimmy Lee Dykes. But what about the others in this tragedy? The ones who saw their friend lose his life protecting them.
| February 08 2014 - Memorial is held for school bus driver in bunker case|
MIDLAND CITY, Ala. (AP) — A memorial service was held Wednesday night for 66 year old Charles Poland Jr., the school bus driver slain one year ago before a bunker standoff in southeast Alabama.
| February 08 2014 - Children healing one year after shooting on Midland City bus|
It's a scene straight from a horror movie -- an experience no one should ever have to go through. For students on a Midland City bus, they saw it unfold in person. To help cope with the horror, the Southeast Alabama Child Advocacy Center quickly stepped in and provided counseling for many of the students.