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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
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.

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.

New CFO joins New England Newspapers

Kathy Worth has experienced the financial side of the publishing business from different perspectives. She has served in major financial positions for a privately-owned midsize publishing company and for one of the country's largest newspaper chains.

200 students take part in Sophomore Summit

Over 200 high school sophomores got a taste of some of the choices they will face upon graduation on Monday at the 14th annual Bennington County Sophomore Summit. The students, from Arlington Memorial High School, Burr and Burton Academy, The Long Trail School, Mount Anthony Union High School, and the Southwest Vermont Career Development Center each attended two smaller workshops with local professionals in the morning, then one large workshop in the afternoon.

Seedlings visit WBTN

Students from the Seedlings program at Bennington Elementary thanked the staff of WBTN-AM in Bennington for giving them a tour of the studio and letting them be heard on air. Bailey Bentley and Cheyenne Leonard from Molly Stark Elementary's Seedlings program got an inside look at Bennington's community radio station last week.

Major armory project complicated by PCB in old paint

The Bennington Armory, which is undergoing renovation and remediation work, is home base for Bravo Troop, 1st Squadron, 172nd Calvary Regiment, 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team , which is associated with the Army's 10th Mountain Division. The 94-year-old Bennington Armory is undergoing a three-phase remediation and project to deal with paint on walls that contains PCBs.

'I've got bird fever' says Sandgate artist

Scott Stafford - Manchester Journal Sandgate artist Bryan Richheimer works on a bird sculpture in his home studio. Friday, April 6, 2018.

Lawmakers urge Scott to sign PFOA-inspired bill

Sen. Brian Campion and seven other lawmakers from Bennington County are urging Gov. Phil Scott to sign S.103, a bill he sponsored after PFOA was discovered in 2016 in Bennington. The bill proposes tighter management of the use of industrial chemicals in Vermont.

Vigil honors victims of abuse

"Sixteen seconds is all it takes to become a victim and a rapist; but it takes a lifetime to be a survivor." Folks gathered at the Four Corners downtown on Wednesday evening in support of survivors of both child abuse and sexual abuse.

Deferred sentence for courthouse threat

A Woodford woman was recently given a deferred sentence after she admitted to a charge stemming from an altercation at the civil courthouse more than a year ago. Shannon M. Bushee, 36, pleaded guilty in Bennington criminal court on April 3 to felony obstructing justice.

Road work to begin again on Route 9

A miles-long road resurfacing project along Route 9 will soon pick up from where crews left off last fall. The construction firm, in a recently released proposed work schedule, is letting drivers know to expect delays during the project.

Fleeing persecution in Turkey, professor tells her story

When Burcu Seyben returned to her native Turkey after graduating from Bennington College in 1999, she could never have imagined the circumstances under which she would return. After the Kurdish-Turkish conflict re-ignited in the summer of 2015, Seyben, a professor, theater theorist, playwright, actress, and author, was one of 1,128 Turkish academics to sign a petition that condemned the Turkish government's security operations against the armed Kurdistan Workers' Party youth movement in cities of southeast Turkey, including in Cizre, where at least three hundred civilians were killed according to the Turkish Human Rights Association, and called for a resumption of peace talks with the PKK.

NEKtones to perform April 14

The NEKtones will appear at the Masonic Hall on Main Street in Bennington on Saturday, April 14 at 8 p.m. BENNINGTON - The NEKtones will bring their mix of soul, hip-hop, jazz, gospel and rock to the stage of the Masonic Hall on Saturday, April 14 at 8 p.m. Opening for the NEKtones will be veteran hip-hop duo Louis Mackey and Dr. Quandary. Of the NEKtones' 2013 release "Proof of Concept," Seven Days VT writes, "...the NEKtones proved kings of the Kingdom."

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