A New Jersey mother whose children ride Gary Kelmer’s bus raises over $5,000 through GoFundMe to buy tickets and fly him out to watch his favorite team, the Philadelphia Eagles, face the New England Patriots.
In a video recorded by a motorist, the New Jersey bus driver appears to be driving 80 mph where the speed limit is 65.
A student takes video of the New Jersey driver apparently looking at texts on her phone while driving the bus. The driver is suspended without pay.
Packey Butler’s enthusiasm for school buses has brightened many Denville (N.J.) bus drivers’ days, so those drivers decided to return the favor for the 14-year-old.
A New Jersey superintendent’s call to fire Gaye Kish for using her phone, having a friend board her bus, and taking a bathroom break during her route is rejected by the board of education. Kish cites a medical condition as the reason for taking the break.
Gary Kelmer of New Jersey invites students he transports to a local pond on spring break to teach them how to fish and get them to spend time outdoors. He has offered the activity for over 20 years.
The New Jersey substitute driver and aide dropped off the 11-year-old girl, who is nonverbal, at a home located nearly 3 miles from her own home.
A new state law aims to accelerate the process of getting a commercial driver’s license by enabling private vendors to conduct the knowledge and skills tests.
The state Senate passes a bill that would permit school districts to contract with a private vendor for stop-arm violation monitoring systems on their school buses.
Whether it’s solving school bus challenges, confronting a state association crisis, or fighting cancer (twice), New Jersey’s Ingrid Reitano has stayed strong for more than 40 years in pupil transportation.
A 14-year old girl in New Jersey was seriously injured after being hit by a car while crossing a highway to board her bus. The bus was stopped with its stop arm extended and red lights activated, police say.
The New Jersey driver writes a letter to the parents of two students on her bus who show kindness and support to a fellow student who has difficulty walking. It has gotten more than 45,000 likes on Facebook.
A county prosecutor in New Jersey says that the investigation is ongoing, but it appears that the bus was properly within its lane of travel when it was struck by an SUV.