Locals in Essex and Essex Junction are well aware how much they rely on whoever ends up operating the plant.
A brand new fair is coming to Essex but instead of having greasy food and animals... this one encourages living a healthier life, it's the Community Wellness Fair.
Monday the Essex Youth Hockey Association gathered to add the Look-Up Line to the ice at the Essex Skating Facility.
Whether it's health care, jobs or state spending, Vermont republicans gathered for the Republican's Governors debate. But some people's expectations were let down.
“The whole thing is, start broad and work your way down to narrow,” said Colchester Police Lieutenant Douglas Allen. That's how police approached the seven hour search for Mona Uckele.
IBM's union group says they're expecting IBM to sell its plant in Essex soon.
Essex's Kyle Baker isn't just chasing meet and state titles this year in the pole vault, he's also chasing Vermont state history, by attempting to set a new state record in the event. Baker is our ABC22/FOX44 Athlete of the Week.
Miner threatened to kill his family and wildly pointed a gun at his wife and children before his teenager shot and killed him.
The additional measures would include a buzzer system to let people inside and bullet-resistant window film.
Governor Peter Shumlin confirmed layoffs at the plant happened Thursday.
Essex High School has won the last 8 Vermont Gymnastics State Championships and they are unbeaten this year. Thanks, in part, to freshman Kylie Svarczkopf, our FOX 44/ABC 22 High School Athlete of the Week.
The group says it's received internal documents indicating more layoffs could be coming by the end of the month in Vermont.
Essex High School students comfort each other after loss of friends while police release new details in murder-suicide.
A state championship in year one, another title game in year two and 6 goals in 2 games to start year three. That's a pretty good start to Essex junior Kathleen Young's HS hockey career.
The Essex soccer program chose Eric Lamphere to wear #22 to honor and carry on the legacy the late Brad Nadeau.
Why would anyone, with literally 100 other numbers (00-99) to choose from, choose to take the field or court with the unluckiest of numbers on their back?
The Champlain Valley Fair starts Saturday. Get a preview!