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Essex Junction man charged with destroying athletic fields  WCAX

ESSEX JUNCTION, Vt. (WCAX) An Essex Junction man faces multiple charges after allegedly damaging local athletic fields in his pickup over the weekend.

Parents upset over lack of bus routes for Essex High School  WCAX

Parents in Essex are demanding solutions from the Essex-Westford School District. They're angry that a driver shortage means no bus *service* for upwards of ...

Green Mountain Transit to fill some Essex HS bus routes  WCAX

In light of the bus driver shortage in the Essex Westford School District, Green Mountain Transit is working with the district to offer a lift to some students.

Essex High freshman wins annual State of the Union Essay contest FOX44 & ABC22

Firdaus Muhammad, 15, wrote about Islamaphobia.

Police: Threats at Essex High School a hoax  WCAX

Police say threats made to Essex High School Tuesday turned out to be a hoax and a juvenile was issued a citation.

Essex High School latest to raise Black Lives Matter flag

The Black Lives Matter Flag is raised by students and staff at Essex High School. Photo by Gail Callahan/VTDigger. ESSEX JUNCTION — Essex has become ...

Voters approve Essex Westford School District budget FOX44 & ABC22

Voters in Essex, Essex Junction and Westford have approved a 2020 school district budget tonight. It passed by a margin of more than 3-to-1, with 719 'yes' ...

Essex High School safe after lockdown, suspect at large

A suspect who called in a threat against Essex High School remains at large following the school's lockdown and unplanned early dismissal Wednesday.

NEW PLAN: Essex Westford plans minivan brigade to bridge bus driver shortage

ESSEX - Volunteers are stepping up to drive a fleet of minivans that School Board members hope will patch gaps in what most district parents consider a flawed ...

Stuck in Vermont: The Isham Clan at the 50th Vermont State Wrestling Championships  Seven Days

Blaine Isham started wrestling in Vermont in 1969 and he went on to win the state championship in 1972 for St. Johnsbury. His son Chris followed his father's ...

Essex police, FBI identify 2 juveniles as suspects in April school lockdown

Authorities say the two juveniles will face confidential court proceedings due to their ages.

43 investigations of Vermont teachers, 26 disciplinary actions: here are the ones that stand out

Seven Vermont educators holding principal licenses were disciplined out of a total of 26 state licensing actions. Here's a portion of the list.

Railroad & Main opens in space where the Essex Grill had been in Essex Junction

Owners tore down old restaurant after it closed in January and have re-branded new eatery near the railroad tracks in Essex Junction.

Essex parade kicks off All State Music Festival  WCAX

Vermont's All State Music Festival kicked off Wednesday with a parade through Essex Junction.

Town Meeting Day: What's happening in your community

Find out what's on the Town Meeting Day ballot in your community by checking out the Free Press Chittenden County town-by-town preview capsules.

Essex's Ryan Young is Vermont's Mr. Hockey for 2018

The two-way, team-first standout grew into X-factor and top scorer for title-winning Hornets team.

Essex's Burnett steps down as football coach

The coach who engineered one of the state's most dynamic offenses in a memorable 2009 title run has decided to step away.

Bathroom gender policy stirs Vermont district

Self-selected bathroom, locker room use, enacted over summer, disputed at Chittenden Central board meeting.

Essex hockey player suspended, probe ongoing

Essex High School is investigating allegation of "inappropriate behavior" by a boys hockey player.

Cloutier-Namdar is VT Teacher of the Year

Educator will visit schools around Vermont in 2018.

Up in Smoke: Students Grade Lawmakers' Anti-Vaping Efforts  Seven Days

High school students commonly excuse themselves from class to use the bathroom, then use the trip to take furtive hits of nicotine-laced vapor from e-cigarettes.

Essex wins VT-NEA Scholars’ Bowl championship

BURLINGTON – Essex High School captured the state high school academic competition championship on Saturday, prevailing in the final rounds of the ...

History of the Essex Classical Institute

ESSEX – What is 140 years old and has given away over $200,000 to local residents? Who has been a participant in the education of Essex youths for more ...

VT Insights: 5 key moments from Scott-Hallquist governor debates

Gov. Phil Scott, the Republican incumbent, and Democrat Christine Hallquist aired their differences in a series of general election debates and candidate forums ...

New school district proposed in Essex, Westford

Voters will decide the fate of the school district proposal in November.

Essex survives CVU scare to pull out 2OT win in boys hockey

Second-seeded Hornets overcome 59-save performance from Reed Dousevicz to reach D-I semifinals.

2018 H.S. girls hockey playoff primer, predictions

Staff writer Alex Abrami's guide and picks for the 2018 Vermont high school girls hockey playoffs.

Essex storms past Rice and into D-I hockey final

ESSEX - The speed and three-line depth of the Essex High School girls hockey team was too much for the Rice Green Knights as the Hornets skated their way ...

How do Vermont schools determine when a threat is credible?

School and public safety officials say relationships between those agencies and in-depth threat assessments are keys to success.

Gordon R. Lambert | Obituaries  Stowe Today

Gordon Rice “Gordie” Lambert, 85, of Burlington died peacefully in the comfort of his family at the University of Vermont Medical Center on Wednesday evening, ...

Green, Gehsmann Shine as Essex Gymnastics Takes VPA Title  My Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22

For the twelfth year in a row, Essex High School Gymnastics has been crowned Vermont State Champion.

VT Insights: Early Vermont primary voting pace ahead of 2014 midterms

A relatively low primary turnout would magnify the power of voters who do show up to choose who ends up on the November ballot.

Essex, Westford OK district merger

Voters in Essex, Essex Junction and Westford decided to create one school district to cover all three towns.

SoundCheck [SIV535] | Stuck in Vermont  Seven Days

5/25/18: SoundCheck is a social justice band comprised of a dozen students from nine different Vermont high schools. The teens write their own music ...

Essex's Bill O'Neil is a coach for all seasons

Editor's note: This story was originally published May 15, 2011.)

Essex, Westford to decide fate of school districts

Mark Andrews, the school superintendent in Essex Town, is effectively pushing for a change that would put him out of a job.

USCIS to welcome 82 new citizens at two ceremonies in Chittenden County  Vermont Biz

Vermont Business Magazine US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will present 82 citizenship candidates to the US District Court Vermont District ...

Lockdown at South Burlington HS leads to early dismissal

Students were sent home at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday after staff received a threatening message.

RESULTS: Essex re-elects incumbents to Selectboard

Selectboard Chairman Max Levy and Andy Watts secure three-year terms; defeat challenger Mona Sheppard.

Chittenden County polling locations

The polling times and locations in Chittenden County towns for the Aug. 9 primary and Nov. 8 general election.

Obituaries November 8, 2017  Barton Chronicle

Rita Helen (Lamarche) Brown, 69, died on October 30, 2017, at her home in Colchester. She was born on June 2, 1948, a daughter of the late Laurier and Flora ...

The Year of Living Differently: A Life-Altering Ski Accident Hasn't Stopped Ryan McLaren  Seven Days

The sun was shining on two feet of *fresh* snow the day Ryan McLaren's life changed forever. March 17, 2017, began happily for the 30-year-old...

Essex team part of robot rockfest

Robotics Team competes at regional championships.


Alyssa Jean Cioffi and Joshua Robert Jacobs were united in marriage on Oct. 11, 2014.

Town Meeting Day: Guide to Burlington's School Board candidates

There will be significant turnover on the Burlington School Board following Town Meeting Day in March. Here are the candidates in their own words.

Woolf questions school consolidation savings

In the spring of 2014 an unexpectedly large number of school budgets were defeated and Vermont legislators got an earful about rising property tax burdens.

Vermont Stage set to leave FlynnSpace for Main Street Landing

Burlington's professional theater company opens "The Curious Incident" Oct. 3, its last downtown production before moving to Main Street Landing.

VT students named National Merit finalists

Just under 40 Vermont students are semi-finalists in a prestigious academic scholarship program that weighs test scores, school academic record and ...

Engagement: GODIN – NEARY

Scott and Cindy Godin of Essex Junction are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Ste. Marie Godin, to Ryan Timothy Neary, son of ...

VT Guard alone in Northeast without free tuition for members

National Guard members receive higher education tuition waivers in exchange for their *service* in every state in the Northeast — except Vermont.

Village Embraces Rail in Bid to 'Put the Junction Back in the Junction'  Seven Days

Every seat was occupied in the waiting room at the Essex Junction Amtrak station on the first Wednesday in January. Passengers going south to New...

Vermont Schools Implement 'Best Practices' for Transgender Equity  Seven Days

Missy Semprebon of Waterbury sees herself as a mom in the know. So her ears pricked up when she overheard her 16-year-old son chatting about...

Vermont National Guard urges passage of free tuition bill

MONTPELIER - The Vermont National Guard and some legislators are urging passage of a measure that would give Guard members free tuition to state ...

Students show passion for neuroscience at Brain Bee

A three-pound human super computer was the focus of the Vermont Brain Bee, held Feb. 18 at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont.

Vermonter who carried torch in Charlottesville makes no apology

The Burlington man who lost his job for participating in this weekend's white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, is unapologetic about his views that ...

A Divided South Burlington Tries to Unite With Two Separate Events  Seven Days

Community members convened at two separate gatherings a few miles apart in South Burlington Wednesday evening in an attempt to unite after a week fraught.

Pizza chain fires VT worker who joined Charlottesville rally

Uno Pizzeria in South Burlington has fired cook Ryan Roy over accusations he participated in a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Assembly Required: Vermont Tech's New Manufacturing Degree Program Builds Better Workers  Seven Days

If Vermont manufacturers could design and assemble the ideal employee to join their future workforce, that person would look a lot like Ethan Guillemette. The...

Men cleared in BHS harassment claim

Burlington school district spent nearly $17500 investigating harassment claim determined to be unfounded and responding to public records requests.

Policy Wonk Nicole Mace Lands in a Swirling Political Storm  Seven Days

When Nicole Mace was 3 years old, according to family lore, her mother found her at a neighbor's house discussing the Iran hostage crisis with...

From techie to teacher: A new career

Lay-off spurs career makeover in exciting direction.

A Fond Farewell to Artists John Brickels & Wendy James  Seven Days

In 1986, sculptor John Brickels was juried into Frog Hollow Vermont State Craft Center. His wife, artist and Essex High School art teacher Wendy James,...

Winooski business puts new spin on laundry

Chris Asanya fondly remembers Feb. 7 — the day his family-owned and operated laundromat opened in Winooski — as a "scary day." Years of planning ...

Meet Burlington's Newest Online Music Publication and Production Company  Seven Days

Any Burlington resident who's tried to throw a rager or turn their home into a makeshift nightclub likely shudders at the words "noise ordinance." The...

Two Rochester Students Named as Minnesota's 2013 Presidential Scholars  St. Paul Asian American Press

Washington, D.C. (May 6, 2013) — U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan today announced the 49th class of U.S. Presidential Scholars, recognizing 141 ...

U.S. Senate budget deal ditches Trump plan, spares Vermont programs in 2017

Sens. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., left and Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., at a press conference Monday in Washington, D.C. Cuts to Lake Champlain and Planned ...

Vermont chocolate artist to be on Food Network

Emily McCracken and her chocolate clock will be on TV Feb. 7.

Christina Schumacher to be released from psychiatric ward after husband killed son and himself  Daily Mail

Christina Schumacher, 48, of Vermont, had been at Fletcher Allen Health Care since December 19 - a day after 14-year-old Gunnar Schumacher and ...

Christina Schumacher begged police for help TWO DAYS before husband killed son  Daily Mail

Two weeks short of his fifteenth birthday Gunnar Schumacher was drugged and strangled by his father. Former National Guard Colonel, Ludwig 'Sonny' ...

'Hamlet' too hard? Try a comic book  Christian Science Monitor

At Oneida High School in upstate New York, Diane Roy teaches the students who failed ninth-grade English the first time around. Last year, on the heels of ...

Making Tesco great again  CampaignLive

Alison Hoad, the chief strategy officer of Bartle Bogle Hegarty London, reveals how the stalwart British supermarket turned around its fortunes.

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