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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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Paris climate accord contributor makes new home in Manchester
BENNINGTON BANNER Edward Cameron, stands on the porch of his Manchester home during talks of climate change and how it affects us locally as a community and worldwide. HOLLY PELCZYNSKI - BENNINGTON BANNER Edward Cameron, stands on the porch of his Manchester home during talks of climate change and how it affects us locally as a community and worldwide.Our view: Putnam a good project for Walmart funds
It was announced earlier this month that a citizens group, which received settlement money from Walmart in exchange for dropping its opposition to the Walmart's planned expansion, granted $100,000 of said funds to the Putnam Block redevelopment project. We think that's a fine use of those resources, perhaps even better than what was originally envisioned.North Bennington to host fifth annual stone skipping festival
A Vermont village is hosting its fifth annual Stone Skipping Festival, gathering people of all sorts to compete among the best stone skippers. The festival will be held Saturday at Lake Paran in North Bennington.Development group acquires Putnam Block
The former Hotel Putnam and adjacent historic structures at the Four Corners intersection are the focus of the first phase of the project. The former H. Greenberg & Son hardware store and lumberyard and parking lots are targeted for development during the second phase - including new buildings and public open spaces.Bennington Rescue Squad hires medical director
Dr. Don Doynow, who has worked in emergency medical services for over 40 years, will be the new associate medical director at the Bennington Rescue Squad. BENNINGTON - Dr. Don Doynow has been hired as the Bennington Rescue Squad's associate medical director.Brian Marsella's iMAGiNARiUM comes to Masonic Hall
Local musician Brian DeAngelo is passionate about bringing music to the Bennington community, including this Saturday's performance of Brian Marsella's "iMAGiNARiUM: The Clocks Have Gone Mad," at Masonic Hall. DeAngelo and Marsella share more than a first name, however, bonding through music at New York City's New School.Vermont foster mom accused of biting child
Anna Livingston, 56, pleaded not guilty in court Monday to charges of domestic assault and child cruelty. That's after an incident Sunday involving a 9-year-old boy in her care.Vermont airport gets $3.5m to repave runway, other fixes
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Abby Smith, of Barnyard Quilting, cut out shapes and designs from different patterns that will eventually be used for multiple quilts. Lynn Wheatley and Michelle Renee Hiatt stand in front of Hiatt's quilts that were on display at the 2017 Bennington Quiltfest.A look at TIF projects besides the Putnam
The Harte Block on Main Street in Bennington is one of the buildings planners believe could see a redevelopment project if a tax increment financing district is created in the downtown. The People's Bank Building at the Four Corners in Bennington is one of more than a dozen buildings that could see a redevelopment project if a tax increment financing district is created in the downtown.North Bennington to install cameras at skate park
Village trustees have approved the purchase of three cameras for the skate park at Lions Park, with the option to eventually expand the system to cover the train station as well. Highway Superintendent Norm LeBlanc said on Tuesday that the skate park has suffered from a rash of vandalism lately.Police: Despite January homicide, Arlington is a safe town
Despite a homicide earlier this year, residents of Arlington are safe. Even so, they should take steps to protect themselves, such as locking their doors.Act 46 vote to be held on Nov. 7
The Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union's Act 46 Study Committee has set Nov. 7 as the date for a multi-community vote on a proposed unified school district, and the group plans public forums on details of the proposal. The committee's report will be discussed at the State Board of Education's meeting on Wednesday.Fourth annual walk to raise opioid addiction awareness
Bennington County's Turning Point Center celebrates National Recovery Month, each September, with a Walk for Recovery through downtown Bennington. House Rep. Mary Morrissey, R-Bennington, will be one of the featured speakers at Saturday's Walk for Recovery.Massachusetts man arrested in connection with Bennington burglaries
A 28-year-old Massachusetts man who was arrested this week in connection with two burglaries back in June is being held on $15,000 bail. Jordan R. McDonald, of Adams, is one of two men whom a Bennington resident's video security system caught taking items, Bennington Police said.Bennington Police now fully equipped with dashboard, body cameras
Bennington Police Chief Paul Doucette adjusts his new body camera. All cruisers and officers will now be issued cameras.Our view: No more privacy, watch your info
Privacy is dead. It's been dead for a while now, actually, only it's just beginning to raise a smell.
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