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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 â€“ just a 25-percent increase in 60 years. The Mount Anthony Patriots wrestling team is the 23-time defending state champions through 2010.
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
Bahan challenges incumbents for clerk, treasurer jobs
This year Shaftsbury's treasurer and town clerk will defend their positions against a single challenger. Holly Snow Bahan, who has run for both positions in the past and previously served on the Shaftsbury School Board, will challenge both incumbent Town Clerk Marlene Hall and incumbent Treasurer Melanie Dexter.Historian offers blueprint for researching houses
Historian Robert "Bob" Tegart gave a presentation at the Bennington Museum's Paresky Education Center this past week on house history. He gave attendees tips on how they could begin research on their own homes, and talked about his own experiences documenting his houses' histories.Jackson named Dole Foundation fellow
Vermont Veterans Home Administrator Melissa Jackson, second from left, stands alongside State Reps. Mary Morrissey and Kiah Morris and Veterans Home Chief Operating Officer Col.Police: 20-year-old arrested for DUI after crash
A 20-year-old Bennington man was cited for drunk driving on Sunday after Vermont State Police said he crashed a car into a fence. Troopers said they were called to the intersection of East Road and Glastenbury Road at about 4:45 p.m. for a report of a car that crashed into and damaged a fence.Bid to pause solar permitting over lawsuit denied
Requests have been denied to halt the permitting process for three Bennington solar projects because of a lawsuit filed by the developer against the town and others. Town attorneys sought to pause the process before the state Public Utility Commission for the Chelsea Solar, Apple Hill Solar and Otter Creek Solar projects.Gov. Scott now open to reviewing gun laws
In the aftermath of the arrest of a man who allegedly plotted to shoot up a Fair Haven school, Gov. Phil Scott said he is open to reviewing the state's gun laws. "We must determine if we are truly doing all we can to prevent violence," Scott said Friday.Man admits assaulting woman
A local man with what a prosecutor called a "frightening" history of domestic abuse has been sentenced to two to 10 years in prison after admitting to assaulting a woman in 2016. Quondell Knight, 30, pleaded guilty in Bennington criminal court on Friday to aggravated domestic assault with a prior conviction.The story of a funeral
Rutland resident Wendy Wilton, director of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency in Vermont, posed alongside an ersatz Holstein cow at the 2018 Vermont Farm Show last week. This year's show included a big job fair.MedTrek gives students taste of medical professions
Dr. Bob Bergman of West Mountain Animal Hospital and his dog Booker visited the students in the MedTrek after-school program on Thursday. SVC nursing student Chelsea Zukowski teaches two MAUMS students how to properly suture a wound by having them practice on bananas as part of the MedTrek after-school program.Rights suit filed against town, BPD
A Pownal man claims he was injured and his civil rights violated by Bennington Police Department officers following a 2015 arrest for driving while under the influence of drugs. Andrew Clyde, 39, has filed suit in U.S. District Court against the town, BPD Officers James Gulley, Nicholas Cervero and other officers or department personnel as yet unidentified.Lauren R. Stevens: Three states, three projects, three uses
"New uses for an Old River" will be the subject of a panel discussion at the First Congregational Church in Williamstown, Saturday, March 10, 9 a.m. to noon. It covers three projects in three states.Energy plan moving ahead despite lawsuit
The town energy plan that prompted a lawsuit by a solar facility developer is moving toward possible certification by the Bennington County Regional Commission. A suit, filed by Thomas and Michael Melone, of Allco Renewables, Ltd., challenges numerous provisions of the proposed Bennington energy plan and the manner in which the plan was prepared and later approved by both the Planning Commission and Select Board.Man sentenced for selling drugs near school
A Manchester man has received a deferred sentence after admitting to charges that he sold marijuana near Burr and Burton Academy last year. Matthew C. Redmond, 21, was arrested in September after police said he had sold marijuana to students, as well as adults, near the school grounds in Manchester Village.North Bennington eyes water bond
The Village will approach voters in May with a request for a bond that would update the water system to comply with instructions from the state. Matthew Patterson, chairman of the Village Board of Trustees, said that the bond project has been "a long time in the works," and is unrelated to efforts to extend the municipal water lines to homes whose wells were affected by perfluorooctanoic acid, or PFOA.Shires project granted sewer access
Elected officials here have approved an agreement that would allow a proposed housing project in Shaftsbury to tie into the municipal sewer service. Select Board members unanimously approved on Monday a memorandum of agreement between the town of Bennington and Shires Housing for its planned Lake Paran Village project.Bennington, Vt.: Church welcomes flea market vendors
First Baptist Church announces its cabin fever flea/craft market and food event taking place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at Colgate Hall located in the church's Christian education annex, 601 Main St. The market will feature more than 20 tables of collectibles, arts and crafts, a penny auction, and more. Homemade lunch, brunch and snack items are provided by and sold by the church.Lighting up downtown
On Monday evening the Grow Bennington Initiative launched the first of its projects to revitalize the look of downtown Bennington, turning on winter string lights on about 40 trees. The lights went on for the first time just after dusk on Monday evening.
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