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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
Candidates meet again to talk issues

THE BENNINGTON BANNER From left: Select Board member Michael Keane with candidates Chad Gordon and Mike Bethel take part in a forum hosted by Catamount Access Television on Friday. EDWARD DAMON - THE BENNINGTON BANNER From left: Select Board candidates Carson Thurber, left, and Vickie Lampron take part in a forum hosted by Catamount Access Television on Friday.

Rescue Squad, Bennington College partner for EMT class

For the first time, Bennington College students and other members of the community took advantage of Bennington Rescue Squad's seven-week, intensive EMT class this winter. The program, which included over 250 hours of in-class time as well as clinical work, took place during Bennington College's "field work term," came about after a Bennington College graduate and former BRS employee, Glennis Henderson, approached the rescue squad about offering EMS education during the field term.

New Act 46 study committee formed

The Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union has formed its second formal Act 46 study committee, but it lacks some of the guarantees the exploratory committee had recommended. "At the last meeting of the Act 46 exploratory committee, the committee moved to ask to SU to disband their committee," said Superintendent Jim Culkeen, "They can't disband themselves because it is an SU committee.

A new vision for creative pastries

Natasha Garder Littrell works with newly hired Pastry chef Chloe Gellenthien in the kitchen of Dorset Rising. Gardner Littrell recently joined Dorset Rising and brought along some of the favorite recipes from Crazy Russian Girls Bakery that many of the public know and love.

Revitalizing downtown neighborhoods

BENNINGTON BANNER Leah Hart, holds her son Abel as she shows off her new home, provided by SVHC HOLLY PELCZYNSKI - BENNINGTON BANNER Tom Dee, of SVHC, says a few words before unveiling the new healthy home. The SVMC Healthy Home project makes homes available to employees.

Healthcare job shadowing offered to high school students

A program giving high school students in Southern Vermont the opportunity to shadow healthcare professionals is taking applications for its summer 2017 sessions. Students currently in grades 10, 11 and 12 who are interested in healthcare careers are welcome to apply for the 2017 MedQuest programs through the Southern Vermont Area Health Education Center.

Judge approves deal freeing man after conviction overturned

With some reluctance, a judge on Wednesday approved a plea deal resulting in the release from prison of a former Shaftsbury man, whose lewd and lascivious conduct with a child convictions were overturned on appeal to the Vermont Supreme Court. Judge William D. Cohen ultimately said he would accept the settlement agreement submitted by defense attorney Jeff Rubin and the State's Attorney's office.

Town to form charter commission

The Select Board will create a charter review commission in the spring that is expected to consider a local option sales tax, changes to the map of the designated downtown area and other possible amendments. Town Manager Stuart Hurd said a nine-member commission, to be appointed by the board in April or May, will consider a charter amendment to allow a 1 percent local tax on sales, not including lodging rooms or meals.

Two retailers support same environmental effort

Cynthia Browning, executive director of the Batten Kill Watershed Alliance, points to areas on the Battenkill where trees were being moved to provide cover for trout back in September. MANCHESTER - There are many nonprofits in Vermont, but only a fraction of them are dedicated to improving and maintaining the environment.

Board wanted new approach to citizen input

Town officials wanted to avoid all the old formulas for soliciting the opinions of townspeople; they wanted something completely different. That led the Select Board late last year to sponsor a direct survey of voters - asking what they like and don't like about the town and local government, and what they believe Bennington needs to secure its future.

GrowIt! garden workshop returns to North Bennington

The Vermont Community Garden Network's "Grow It!" workshop is returning to North Bennington next month. The program will be held on Thursday, March 23, from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Village School of North Bennington.

Where were the people of Bennington?

The public had a good chance Monday night to tell the government where to go and how to get there, but sadly most residents passed on it. The Bennington Select Board cleared its regular agenda to allow citizens to come in and discuss the comments on the recent Citizen's Survey.

Scott's housing plans are, mostly, on point

Governor Phil Scott announced Friday several strategies aimed at improving the amount of affordable housing in Vermont. With the exception of the provision that would remove Act 250 oversight from rental properties, we agree with him.

A great day for a race

Snowmobile riders at the starting line at the Bennington leg of the East Coast SnoCross at Willow Park on Saturday. Snowmobile riders at the finish line at the Bennington leg of the East Coast SnoCross at Willow Park on Saturday.

CAKE Gallery to close

BENNINGTON BANNER The CAKE Artisan Gallery at 103 South St. in Bennington on Friday. Owner Meike Williams says she is closing on Tuesday due to health issues.

Sixth grade author visits Molly Stark

BENNINGTON BANNER Young author Deanna Oakes reads her book to students at Molly Stark School on Friday morning. Oaks hopes that reading her book will inspire other kids to want to write at an early age.

SVSU bus to Woodford will get tire chains

A school bus taking Woodford students home from school last week ran into a conflict with the newly-enforced "chain-up" requirement on Route 9 during winter weather. The bus to Woodford will be equipped with tire chains after the coming week's February vacation and it should no longer be an issue, Jim Culkeen, superintendent for the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union, said at the Mount Anthony Union School Board on Wednesday.

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