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A City Council hearing Friday that was supposed to be about school bus costs became more about the school bus strike, and whether the chancellor should be doing more to end it...Pointing fingers, deflecting blame, even yelling at each other. The City
As school bus strike drags on, many special ed students aren't going to school, and parents scramble for answers Bronx parents of special ed students say they've missed work, and their kids' lives have been upended Debbie Egan-Chin/New York Daily
Board says the ongoing school bus strike is legal and should be allowed to continue...Related Stories A Federal labor board dashed city parents' hopes of a quick end to the bus strike Friday when it ruled that the bus workers could continue their
Pearl Gabel/Pearl Gabel/ New York Daily News Yadira Polanco with her son, William, 14, who has autism...She's worried about city's plan to put special-ed and general-education students on same buses. They're suffering the most during the school bus
Some Lowcountry school district officials are preparing for a possible school bus strike. Superintendents for Charleston County and Dorchester 2 school districts say schools will open early and won't close until all children are picked up. Both
Board, which has agreed to hear the complaint from private bus companies [...] The New York City school bus driver strike is looking to continue into its second week as neither side appears to have made any progress towards an agreement. However,
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images It will cost a penny more to mail a letter starting Tuesday. Bright side of a rise in postage North Massapequa, L.I. : Yes, the rate for first-class stamps is going to increase to 46 cents on Tuesday.
They went instead to the G train platform, where Kiana stood moaning, jabbing at the air and rocking while her caretaker held her wrist with what she calls her tight grip. It took nearly an hour on a short subway ride, a city bus and a few minutes of
The New York City school bus strike is now in its third day pitting the union's concerns over job security and bus safety against the city's need to bring down bus costs that are the highest in the nation.
The union says it is digging in its heels over the issue of employee protection provisions. The union disagrees with the city's contention that offering the job protections is illegal. There are no talks taking place and Mayor Michael Bloomberg says