Author: Reporter staff

Senior van has rich history

Are you a resident, 60 years of age or older, who uses the Essex Senior Van? If so, you’ve recently been mailed a packet filled with information including scheduling, policies and procedures, frequently asked questions and contact information. You’ll also find some brief bios on our wonderful drivers and scheduling volunteers, as well as a survey and rider application that we’re hoping you’ll return as soon as you can. The Essex community is extremely fortunate to have a senior van service that is free for our residents. Funded by capital reserve money along with federal grant funding through GMTA,...

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Richard E. Laverty

ESSEX – Richard E. Laverty, 71, passed away on Monday, Jan. 1, 2018 at the University of Vermont Medical Center. He is a beloved husband, a wonderful father, a supportive brother and an adoring grandfather. He is survived by his wife, Patricia Laverty, of Essex and their three children, all of Essex: Stacey Knight, her husband, Brian, and their three children, Cora, Connor and Kaileigh; Kevin Laverty, his wife, Lisa, and their seven children Val, Krispin, Carl, Roland, Oliver, Gus and Paul; Jeanne Cole and her husband, Andrew, and their two children, Madeleine and Aliana; and by two sisters...

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AOTW: Allie Green

Senior Allie Green took the win in floor with a score of 8.0 at the Hornets’ last meet against Milton on January 17. Green is a four-year athlete on the Essex gymnastics team and has been an integral part of the squad’s historic run to 12-straight state...

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AOTW: Jack Carney

Senior Jack Carney was named the Essex Invitational’s Outstanding Wrestler after dominating his way to a title in the 170-pound weight class last Saturday to help the Hornets take third place. Carney also earned top honors at the Nashua Invitational the weekend prior, again taking first in his weight class. Carney is a four-year wrestler for Essex High...

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VSP: Essex man possessed BB gun before shooting

Police shot and killed an Essex man at the Montpelier High School athletic fields last week after he allegedly robbed a bank and threatened police during a 50-minute standoff. Police say Nathan Giffin, 32, of Essex robbed the Vermont State Employee Credit Union at gunpoint around 9:30 a.m. January 16 while wearing a mask and all black clothing. After leaving with an undisclosed amount of money, Giffin crossed the street toward the high school and walked down an adjacent bike path. A Montpelier Police Department school resource officer spotted Giffin and drove his vehicle down the path toward him....

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