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March 07 2014 - Nite Ride to add a bus University of Iowa students will soon see more than one Nite Ride bus out around campus each night. UI President Sally Mason proposed a six-point plan to the state Board of Regents last week that included the authorized funding to expand Nite Ride, and officials say plans are in the works.
March 07 2014 - Turner Construction Companyâ€™s 2014 Market Forecast Predicts Slow Growth in 2014 Followed by a Boo The renowned Stephen S. Fuller, Ph.D., a University Professor and Director of the Center for Regional Analysis School of Public Policy at George Mason University; Lynn Hackney, President of Urban Pace; Nick Smith, Chief Investment Officer of First Potomac Realty Trust; and Jim Dinegar, CEO of the Greater Washington Board of Trade offered their views about whatâ€™s to come in the commercial and ...
March 07 2014 - Jackie Robinson's Austin The All-American, Major League star and human rights hero spent a few youthful months on the east side of our city's 'Mason-Dixon Line'
February 02 2014 - Blowing Snow Caused Many to "Dig Out" of their Driveway Many people who are snowed in are trying to keep busy by clearing their driveways. Hundreds of driveways are completely snow covered in Mason County because of the blistery mix the last few days. Many
January 12 2014 - 'So far, so good' CLEAR LAKE | When Bruce and Julie Steinberg decided to look at the former Mason City Red Power building, they thought it was unlikely they'd want to move their business, North Iowa Collision Center, there.
January 10 2014 - Slippery spots cause trouble on Michigan roads The Ludington Daily News reports a school bus carrying students slid off the road and into a ditch on Thursday morning in Mason County. A water main break that was blamed on frozen pipes flooded westbound Interstate 94 on Detroit's near west side on Wednesday afternoon.
January 08 2014 - Extreme weather gets frosty reception below the Mason-Dixon line The fountains turned into crystal still lifes in Savannah, Ga. Ducks walked forlornly on iced-over swimming holes in southern Arkansas. School bus doors froze open in Beaufort, S.C. And pipes froze all over as Southerners, who are not born or made for temperatures in the Minnesota digits, had to consider things they typically take for granted.
December 24 2013 - Willowbrook enjoying resurgence MASON CITY | Willowbrook Mall, a destination outlet that has housed everything from grocery stores to bus depots for more than 30 years, has experienced an upsurge in activity in recent months.Â
October 28 2013 - Transit and new construction cozy up in Fort Collins Residents of the new Max Flats apartment complex under construction at the corner of West Mulberry and Mason streets might be able to roll out of bed and into MAX when the city's new bus rapid transit system gets rolling in the spring.
October 22 2013 - Changes on the way for mass transit: Natural gas, new routes and an app Jacksonville Transportation Authority CEO Nathaniel Ford and Bill Mason, president of the Rotary Club of Jacksonville. Club member Traci Jenks and Dawn Emerick, president and CEO of the Health Planning Council of Northeast Florida Inc. and the clubâ€™s newest member.
October 04 2013 - New York bus aide broke studentâ€™s arm COMMACK, N.Y. (AP) â€” Police say a suburban New York bus aide fractured a developmentally disabled 5- year-old boyâ€™s arm. Richard Mason did not comment to reporters after being released without bail Thursday following his arraignment in Suffolk County Court on Long Island. He is being represented by the Legal Aid Society, which does not comment on pending cases. read more
October 03 2013 - Police: Bus aide broke disabled student's arm COMMACK, N.Y. â€“ Police say a suburban New York bus aide fractured a developmentally disabled 5-year-old boy's arm. Richard Mason did not comment to reporters after being released without bail Thursday following his arraignment in Suffolk County Court on Long Island.
October 02 2013 - City serves bus riders with five routes MASON CITY | Pat Otto, who oversees the city bus system, said the West Central route is one of the busiest because the hospital, clinics, big box stores, restaurants and the North Iowa Vocational Center are on the route.