Penni Robertson of Michigan is named “America’s Favorite Crossing Guard” by Safe Kids Worldwide, a nonprofit that focuses on child safety.
When a school bus enters his path, Ben Fiorenza drives his semi tractor-trailer off the road and into a ditch. The vehicles collide, but there are no major injuries.
For the fifth straight year, the school bus contractor’s Adrian location achieves a 100% pass rate on its inspection by Michigan State Police.
At events held in multiple states, students, schools, and contractors gathered to show their appreciation for the yellow bus and its drivers.
Waterford School District introduces 10 new Blue Bird Vision Propane buses into its fleet. The district joins nearly 30 others in the state that run the propane-powered buses.
Thomas “TJ” Updike has been volunteering in a “Friday Adventures” program, which takes middle school students on activities like canoeing and hiking trips.
The company receives a score of 100% from Michigan State Police for its fleet of 25 buses that serve Royal Oak School District.
At 80, Marilyn Loveland turns in the keys to her bus. She drove for Grass Lake (Mich.) Community Schools.
The manufacturer taps Capital City Bus Sales to be its exclusive dealer for sales and service of its full line of Type A school buses in the state.
The aftermarket parts supplier celebrates 30 years in business and the opening of a new warehouse facility in Clinton Township, Michigan.
Cherie Daniels and Chris Lowery from Frisco Independent School District take first place in this year’s National Special Needs Team Safety Roadeo.
Employees at 17 of the company’s locations in Michigan collect and deliver more than 10,000 bottles of water to residents.
Drivers and other school employees deliver water and filters to residents throughout the city, on their routes and on their own time, as a state of emergency over water contamination continues.