Known primarily for transporting senior citizens, H.A.R.T. is available for any county resident



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Hancock Area Rural Transit driver Les Wright picks up Greenfield resident Annette Nickel for her daily ride to work at Mt. Vernon High School. Nickel has been using the H.A.R.T. service since January and without it would have no way to get to her job. (Jim Mayfield / Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — If it wasn’t for Hancock Area Rural Transit, Annette Nickel of Greenfield simply couldn’t get to work.

After returning to Indiana after a 20-year stay in Tennessee, Nickel’s trusty Ford Explorer gave up, leaving her with no way to get to her job at Mt. Vernon High School.

Casting about for some form of transportation, relief came from a reference to Hancock County Senior Services Inc. and the H.A.R.T. system, which provides transportation throughout the county.

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