Author: Reporter staff

Cory Giannelli

Giannelli helped Essex earn back-to-back wins before suffering a one-run loss to Champlain Valley, driving in eight runs on six hits, including a home run against Burlington, North Country and the Redhawks. In a 16-6 May 8 win over the Seahorses, Giannelli singled and drove in four runs. At North Country on May 10, Giannelli, Ryan Young and Garrett Somerset each doubled and homered, with Giannelli again knocking in four runs. In an 11-10 loss at CVU on May 12, the sophomore added three more...

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May 17, 2018

ESSEX HIGH SCHOOL 2018 EHS/CTE Career Fair: On April 18 over 90 professionals and careers were represented at the Essex High School and Center for Technology Career Fair/Job Expo. The gymnasium was packed with students throughout the day speaking with professionals from social service fields, manufacturing, marketing and tourism, trade fields, IT, healthcare, science, law and more. Over two dozen hard working student volunteers did everything from setting up the gym, carrying supplies, greeting participants, covering for lunches, engaging other students, handing out ice cream, assisting our guests with various tasks, running a raffle, and cleaning up afterwards.  The...

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Green Up Day wrap up

The clean-up by volunteers and municipal employees resulted in removal of 4.04 tons of trash from roadsides, parks, and along stream banks as a part of Green-Up Day activities. In addition, over 154 tires were recovered and recycled. Approximately 75 man-hours were put in by Public Works and Recreational Department staff working either prior to or on Green-Up Day and another 50 hours afterwards collecting the packed bags, furniture and tires and delivering those products to the Chittenden County Solid Waste District Drop-off Center.  Staff from the Parks and Recreation Department as well as Green-Up Day Coordinators helped organize...

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Fighting for Vermont’s veterans

By SEN. BERNIE SANDERS As a longtime member and former chair of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, I am honored to be able to work on behalf of Vermont’s 45,000 veterans and their families, who have done so much in service to our country. That is why I am organizing a Veterans Town Hall and Resource Fair this Saturday, May 19, at Norwich University from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. We’ll hear updates from Washington and learn about veterans’ resources and projects here in Vermont. Our special guest will be Matthew Shuman, national legislative director for The American Legion....

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May 17, 2018

REP. LORI HOUGHTON At 12:18 a.m. Sunday morning, your House chamber adjourned. With heartfelt gratitude I say thank you to Essex Jct. for the opportunity to serve you in Montpelier. I appreciate all who reached out with their questions and opinions. We didn’t always agree, but the conversations were always respectful and enlightening. H.911, the budget bill, passed the House with overwhelming tri-partisan support with a vote count 117-14. The education funding bill was more partisan with a vote 89-43. Media chatter over the past few weeks has been about the governor’s proposal to use $58 million in one-time...

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