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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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Bennington News
New Green Mountain pastor emphasizes 'good' news

Dustin Bell, new pastor of the Green Mountain Christian Center, in front of the church at 440 Main St., Bennington. Dustin Bell, new pastor of the Green Mountain Christian Center, in front of the church at 440 Main St., Bennington.

Oldcastle Theatre lands safely in "Shipwrecked!"

Carla Woods in Oldcastle Theatre Company's opening show of the 2017 season, "Shipwrecked!" by Donald Margulies, and directed by Eric Peterson. The play runs through June 4 John Hadden and David Joseph in Oldcastle Theatre Company's opening show of the 2017 season, "Shipwrecked!" by Donald Margulies, and directed by Eric Peterson.

Key Bennington intersection now host to special design

THE BENNINGTON BANNER A ground-level view of the newly painted compass and piano key design at the Four Corners intersection in Bennington. BENNINGTON - You'll never be lost at Four Corners.

Officials mull future of town garage sites

THE BENNINGTON BANNER The Bennington Highway Department garage at 205 Depot St. The town will seek proposals for potential re-uses of the site. BENNINGTON - Officials are exploring what to do with two highway garages that will be empty when the town's public works department moves to a new facility on Bowen Road.

32nd Annual Mayfest is Saturday

BANNER FILE A woman at an artist's booth at last year's annual Mayfest in Bennington. Over 100 craft vendors are expected to attend the 32nd annual event on Saturday, May 26. BANNER FILE A woman plays a violin at last year's annual Mayfest in Bennington.

Lt. Gov. will attend healthcare rally

Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman will be among the speakers at a local rally in support of universal healthcare on Friday. The rally will take place at 6:30 p.m. in the parking lot on River Street behind the Bennington Station Restaurant.

Judge allows some aspects of discrimination suit, dismisses other compliants

A federal judge has dismissed some aspects of a lawsuit filed by an African American man arrested after a traffic stop in Bennington in 2013 while allowing other allegations to move forward. Judge Geoffrey Crawford ruled May 16 on motions to dismiss from the defendants - the town of Bennington, the police department, Police Chief Paul Doucette and two officers involved in the arrest that led to Shamel Alexander's conviction for heroin trafficking.

Left out again, no Bennington County reps on opioid council

Governor Phil Scott announced Tuesday the membership list for a council created to address the opioid crisis. Unfortunately, he didn't name anyone from Bennington County.

Firefighters honored at Big Truck Night

State Reps. Alice Miller and Mary Morrissey present Ron Lindsey with a joint resolution of the state legislature honoring his 50 years of service to the Shaftsbury Fire Department.

CCV Bennington graduates begin new journeys

About 30 graduates of the Community College of Vermont's Bennington center's associate's degree program were honored on Friday night at a small celebration with family and friends. The commencement celebration took place at CCV Bennington just over two weeks before the college's actual commencement ceremony, which will be held on Saturday June 3 at Norwich University in Northfield.

Bennington Rescue Squad recognized for cardiac care

BENNINGTON BANNER Forest Weyen Executive Director of the Bennington Rescue Squad talks to the public about receiving the award and the importance of serving the community. HOLLY PELCZYNSKI - THE BENNINGTON BANNER Michael Condon, left, a captain for the Bennington Rescue Squad, is presented an award from Dan Batsie, Vermont Office of EMS chief.

30th annual Walk for Life reaps record sum

Kevin O'Connor - Special to the ReformerStewart McDermet, left, a participant in Brattleboro's first AIDS Walk for Life in 1988, helps banner carriers David Carr and Shirley Squires lead the 30th annual march on Saturday. Stewart McDermet , a participant in Brattleboro's first AIDS Walk for Life in 1988, serves as a crossing guard during the 30th annual march on Saturday.

BCRC marks 50th year of regional planning

The Bennington County Regional Commission marked its 50th anniversary on Thursday evening, with more than 70 local officials and BCRC staff members in attendance at the Publyk House Restaurant. In his remarks, Executive Director Jim Sullivan traced the history of the regional planning organization, which formed in 1967, and noted a few 50-year predictions about the county that were made at that time, while offering a few of his own of his own for 2067.

School trains the next generation of young entrepreneurs

Music teacher Mary Chambers helps a student figure out how much money she'll need to purchase a pompom pen. Younger students line up to check out the products of the fourth and fifth grade students at Bennington Elementary's first Student Business Fair Students counted the money they'd earned and compared it to their costs to determine how much money they had made from the fair.

Sanders: Water infrastructure "top priority"

PHOTO PROVIDED BY DANIEL MCLEAN U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders in Burlington on May 5 held a broad ranging meeting with drinking water and wastewater facility operators, town managers, water quality experts, and state and federal officials to discuss Vermont's water infrastructure needs. PHOTO PROVIDED BY DANIEL MCLEAN U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders in Burlington on May 5 held a broad ranging meeting with drinking water and wastewater facility operators, town managers, water quality experts, and state and federal officials to discuss Vermont's water infrastructure needs.

Federal judge allows ACLU lawsuit in Bennington racial bias case

A federal judge will allow an ACLU lawsuit with those very claims to move forward. The suit says two former police officers discriminated against Shamel Alexander when they pulled him over and subsequently arrested him on drug charges in 2013.

A giant leap backwards

The prison industry in Pennsylvania stands ready to receive a nice little boost at the expense of Vermont taxpayers, what with a new backwards out-of-state prison contact having been signed that guarantees a jail there will have at least 250 of our prisoners. If wasn't enough, there's also a brand new, backwards-thinking US Attorney General whose policies should keep American prisons filled to the brim for the foreseeable future.

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