Ninohe is the second to last stop on the Tohoku Shinkansen, before Hachinohe.
The train offers daily service to both Hachinohe and Tokyo. Ninohe Station Shinaksen Timetable (In Japanese) While the shinkansen is convienent, it is rather expensive.
The closest interchange to downtown Ninohe is the Ichinohe I. However, since its absorbtion of Joboji Village in 2006, Ninohe now has its own interchange- though far from the core area of the city.
The expressway is a reasonably fast way of getting out of Ninohe, though expensive.
Ninohe station is the primary terminus for buses in the area.
Ninohe station is on both the Iwate-Ginza railway (IGR) line, as well as the Tohoku Shinkansen.
We've been far too accomidating to the fruit vendor.
The fact that Cro says "he" suggests the offending fruit vendor might not be Granny Smith, however it is possible the gender issues of Cro's grammar could be mistakes by Blizzard's script writers, or maybe Cro is just too scared of the ogre to find out the fruit vendor's true gender...
Two working for the city, and one provided by the prefectural government.
The current situation, has only two ALT's teaching at all 15 Ninohe schools.