Several More Towns Will See National Guardsman Driving School VansThis week, more than 190 members of the Guard completed training and will be able to drive school transport vans, known as 7D vehicles.
Framingham Latest Community To Ask National Guard For Help Driving Students To SchoolTwenty members of the National Guard will help get kids to and from school in Framingham.
Massachusetts National Guard Begins Driving Kids To Schools To Help With Bus Driver ShortageThe Guard picked up students in Lawrence, Lynn and Chelsea Thursday. They’ll start in Lowell on Monday.
Massachusetts National Guard Members Complete Training To Help With School Bus Driver ShortageDozens of Massachusetts National Guard members are now ready to help students get to school as districts deal with a bus driver shortage.
Mass. National Guard Members Train For School Transportation MissionSixty-seven members of the National Guard have a new 7D certification and will begin school bus routes throughout Lowell, Chelsea and Lynn this week.
National Guard Begins Training To Drive School Vans Amid Bus Driver ShortageNinety members of the Massachusetts National Guard begin training on Tuesday to help drive students to school.
Massachusetts National Guard Activated To Help Deal With School Bus Driver ShortageThe Massachusetts National Guard has been activated to help with the state's shortage of school bus drivers.
National Guard Troops Leave US CapitolNational Guard troops who have been deployed at the US Capitol over the past four months following the January 6 insurrection left Sunday.
Gov. Baker Makes National Guard Available After Chauvin Guilty VerdictGov. Charlie Baker signed an order that will make 1,000 members of the Massachusetts National Guard available in the event local officials request their assistance.
400 Members Of Mass. National Guard To Provide Support In Washington D.C.Approximately 400 members of the Massachusetts National Guard will head to Washington D.C. on Sunday.
Mass. National Guard May Help Transport COVID Vaccines Delayed By WeatherThe Centers For Disease Control said severe weather across the country is expected to cause widespread delays in vaccine shipments.