Bedford County Public Schools announced Wednesday it is adjusting its school day for the upcoming school year.
Bedford County Public Schools is struggling to recruit and retain bus drivers, and administrators are getting creative with ideas for how to address the shortage.
Nelson County Public Schools currently is facing a bus driver shortage, a problem that has been made worse by retirements and the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Virginia school bus had a run-in with a deer on its early morning April 1 run and – no joke – the bus may have gotten the worst of the encounter.
All Bedford County public schools will be closed Wednesday, and the day will be a remote learning day for students.
Greater Lynchburg Transit Company bus drivers are voicing “extreme concern” over potential exposure to COVID-19 and what they said are insuffi…
Concerned for the children
After 61 years of serving as a bus driver for Bedford County Public Schools, James Bryant, Sr., is retiring at the age of 82.
Thumbs up to the men and women out there — thousands locally in Central Virginia and tens of millions across America — doing their darnedest t…
The Dec. 19 performance of “A Christmas Carol” by the Nebraska Theatre Caravan at the Academy Center of the Arts in Lynchburg has been cancele…
Bus driver Laronda Marshall said she's always been someone who can "stay cool in a crisis."
Amherst law enforcement and public school officials have a message for motorists along the county’s roadways: Stop around school buses at stan…
For newly hired Lynchburg City Schools’ Director of Transportation Angel Garcia-Ablanque, “transportation should be completely transparent.”
Kelly Brown arrived at her granddaughter’s bus stop at 7:45 a.m. Tuesday. The two waited in the car for the Lynchburg City Schools bus to come.
Amherst County Public Schools bus drivers are lobbying to have the division’s bus garage become lighted and paved.
When a Pittsylvania County school bus crashed Tuesday, one thing stood out in the police report — the bus driver’s age. The 83-year-old driver was charged with failure to yield the right of way following a wreck that sent eight students from the bus and two teenagers from another vehicle to the hospital.
MOUNT CROSS — An 83-year-old Pittsylvania County school bus driver was charged with failure to yield the right of way after a Tuesday morning collision with a black Toyota pickup truck injured 10 people, including eight Tunstall middle and high school students riding on the bus, Virginia State Police report.
A former substitute bus driver at Tye River Elementary School was found guilty of a misdemeanor count of reckless driving last Thursday in