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KEEP TRACK: Fred Cordeiro, mechanic and technician for First Student bus company, runs a diagnostics test on the bus Zonar system in preparation for the first day of school next Wednesday. The system that requires each driver to log in with an identity card tells headquarters where the bus is at what time as well as how fast it is driving. Further, he explained, it provides a read-out of the bus and whether it is mechanically operating properly at the beginning and end of the day.
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THE HAPPY FAMILY: Twin sisters Courtney and Danielle have gone on a unique journey this past year. When diagnosed with breast cancer, Courtney harvested her eggs. Now that she is in remission, her medication still could cause a pregnancy to be dangerous. So, Danielle carried Courtney and Stephan’s child as a surrogate and gave birth to Isabel Grace on Aug. 4. Pictured, from left, are Stephan, Courtney holding Isabel Grace and Danielle.
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