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Considered one of two "shire towns" (or county seats) of Bennington County, the town of Bennington sits in the bottom left corner of the state. The town was named after Colonial Governor Benning Wentworth, back in the mid-18th century. Interestingly, the population hasn't changed much since 1950, going from about 12,000 people up to its 2010 population of over 15,000 – just a 25-percent increase in 60 years. The Mount Anthony Patriots wrestling team is the 23-time defending state champions through 2010.

Population: 15764
Local Newspapers: Bennington Banner
Local Sports Teams: Bennington Sports Teams
Local Colleges: Bennington College Southern Vermont College

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Towns/Cities near bennington, vermont : South Shaftsbury Woodford Arlington Pownal Manchester Hoosick Falls NY

Bennington News
Job-seekers, meet employers

Jacquelin and Louis Coon talk to local employers during the job and career fair at the Bennington Fire Department meeting room on Friday in Bennington. Diane Torres talks to Vermont State Trooper Wayne Godfrey on Friday afternoon during the Career and Job Expo held at the Bennington Fire Department meeting room.

Trail runners rejoice: New races coming to town

"Every runner, every distance." That's the mantra of local husband and wife Adam Schalit and Eliza Hamm, who recently announced the debut of their Shires-based trail running series, "Nor'east Trail Runs."

Steak, with a side of memories

For one night, the Vermont Steak House will come to life again. There will be two of the most popular entrees - the rib eye steak with onion rings and baked potato, and the Parmesan-crusted baked chicken breast.

Grant to help streamline Vets' Home record keeping

Vermont Veterans' Home LPN Linda Sherman enters data into the home's record-keeping system. This process will be streamlined after the facility received a federal grant.

Children and families enjoy activities at library

Haylee Stone, 2, of Bennington stands up close to enjoy a reading of "Pete the Cat" during an event for Sunrise families hosted by the Bennington Free Library on Thursday afternoon. Bennington Free Library's Pete the Cat stares at the camera while making an appearance during a literacy event for Sunrise families hosted by the Bennington Free Library on Thursday in Bennington.

3 run for 2 seats in Vt. House

Three candidates will compete in the race for the Bennington-4 District of the Vermont Legislature - representing the towns of Manchester, Arlington, Sunderland and Sandgate - though only two will be elected to office. Manchester resident Kathleen James officially announced her candidacy for one of the two seats this month, running against incumbents Cynthia Browning and Brian Keefe.

Senate overrides Scott veto of toxic substances bill

The Vermont Senate voted Thursday to override Gov. Phil Scott's veto of a bill that would enact stricter regulation of toxic substances. Senators voted 22-8 to override the governor's veto.

Vermont Mill Building to host open house

On Saturday the Vermont Mill Building on Benmont Avenue will open its doors to the public for tours and an open house. Every year, as part of Bennington Career Month, one featured business participates in the open house, welcoming the community inside to help people learn more about the things being made and done in their county.

Supreme Court upholds restitution in Arlington logging case

An Arlington man ordered to pay $28,000 in restitution for cutting down a property owner's trees without permission in 2015 has lost an appeal to the Vermont Supreme Court. A recent ruling upholds a Vermont Superior Court judge's restitution order for Jason P. Morse, who admitted last year to cutting down nearly five acres of trees during a logging operation that crossed property lines.

Lawmakers mulling override of Scott veto of toxic chemicals bill

Lawmakers are considering whether to override Gov. Phil Scott's veto of a bill that would have provided for stricter regulation of toxic substances. The bill, "An act relating to the regulation of toxic substances and hazardous materials," passed the Senate and House late last month.

For the love of mah jongg

The intricate carvings on the tiles are a large part of mah jongg's appeal, Gregg Swain said. "Nothing is random in Chinese art," she said.

Probation ordered for man who sent teens explicit photos, messages

A local man who admitted to sending sexually explicit photos and messages to two teenage girls has been sentenced to five years of probation. George L. Foucher II, 23, sent photos and messages to a minor and pressured her to send photos of herself to him in 2016, according to court papers.

What to wear for an interview

Southern Vermont College students Vcente Hayward, Meghan Arthur, and Vanessa Kendall dress for success and show off the dos and don't's of interview fashion on Friday afternoon during the Model Employee Fashion Show event held at the Bennington Free Library. Vanessa Kendall shows off her one possible interview outfit on Friday afternoon during the Model Employee Fashion Show event held at the Bennington Free Library.

Housing project moves forward in Shaftsbury

Voices spoke for and against Shires Housing's planned 22-unit development near Lake Paran last week, as the Select Board debated whether to act as a conduit for part of the project's funding. After more than two hours of questions and public input in the Shaftsbury Elementary's gymnasium, the board voted 4-1 in favor of doing so, despite calls from some members of the public for them to vote no, with one citizen calling this "the best opportunity to kill this project."

Gov. Scott vetoes chemical regulation bill

Gov. Phil Scott has vetoed a bill that would have provided for stricter regulation of toxic substances, legislation that was prompted by the discovery of PFOA in groundwater in the region. Scott, in his veto message to the General Assembly on Monday, said bill S. 103 "is duplicative to existing measures that already achieve its desired protections" and "will jeopardize jobs and make Vermont less competitive for businesses."

High winds expected to cause outages in southern Vermont

Vermont Emergency Management officials say high winds later Monday could lead to power outages and damage caused by downed trees in some areas. The strongest winds are expected to hit the western slopes of the Green Mountains in Western Windham, Bennington, Rutland, Eastern Addison, Eastern Chittenden and Eastern Franklin counties.

Construction on Route 9 to resume

A road resurfacing project on a southern Vermont highway is scheduled to resume next week, and drivers are warned to expect delays. The Bennington Banner reports Peckham Road Corp, the construction firm managing the project on Route 9 in Bennington, released their proposed work schedule.

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