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With a population of over 17,000, the city of Rutland is considered one of the heaviest populated areas in the state of Vermont. It's actually the largest city not located near one of the state's two major highways (U.S. 4 and U.S. 7). General Electric (GE), Carris Reels and OMYA Central Vermont Public Service are three of the area's largest employers. The Diamond Run Mall is a shopping mall located near Rutland, with stores like Kmart, Sears, J.C. Penney, American Eagle Outfitters and Radio Shack. The Killington Ski slopes are also located just a short drive away.

Population: 17292
Local Newspapers: Rutland Herald
Local Sports Teams: Rutland Sports Teams
Local Colleges: College of Saint Joseph Community College of Vermont

Zip Codes associated with rutland, vermont: 05701 05702
Towns/Cities near rutland, vermont : Mendon Clarendon Killington Pittsford Pittsfield Wallingford Castleton

Rutland News
Police investigate suspicious death in Rutland

Hundreds of Vermont Air National Guardsmen will return home after three months deployed overseas. The air guard pilots were the first to return flying their F-16 Fighting Falcons Wednesday.

Wife arrested in connection with Mount Tabor shooting

State Police say they arrested a woman in Manchester on Wednesday in connection with the shooting death of her husband in December. Police said that on Dec. 11 David Shores Sr., 54, was found dead in his home on Brooklyn Road in Mount Tabor.

Will a push to get younger people in Rutland County work?

It's no secret that Vermont is losing more and more people each year, but southern parts of the state are losing their population at a faster and more alarming rate than the north. A $100,000 effort to get young people to stay in Rutland County has been launched.

New red light ordinance in Rutland

In just a few short weeks, Rutland could be the first city in Vermont to make "dodging a red light" a punishable offense. Currently, there is no law in the state of Vermont prohibiting drivers from cutting through a parking lot to avoid waiting at a red light.

Towns explores lease of recycling facility

Looking at the expense of hiring private companies for hauling recyclables from municipal transfer stations, a few towns want to explore if it would be worthwhile to lease the Windham Solid Waste Management District's recycling facility set to shut down this summer after 22 years of operation. "I think we want to go ahead with a study to see whether it's feasible," said Johanna Gardner, district supervisor for Newfane.

Rutland, Vergennes Claim Cheer Titles

The Rutland Raiders claimed their third consecutive Division I Cheer title while the host Commodores took the crown in Division II at Vergennes Union High School Saturday night.


Refugees that were on their way to Rutland, Vt. are in a holding pattern due to an executive order that is now playing out in court.

Campion-Sears PFOA bill passes Vt. Senate

A bill that would require companies determined to be the source of PFOA contamination to pay for remediation costs passed the Vermont Senate Tuesday morning and was sent on to the House for consideration. Sen. Brian Campion, who with Sen. Dick Sears sponsored the legislation in the wake of discovery of PFOA pollution in Bennington and Pownal, said the bill passed on a unanimous voice vote.

Love Brigade consoles victims of hate

Photo by Kevin O'Connor - Special to the ReformerAnn Braden is founder of the new Local Love Brigade, which is making and mailing heart-strewn postcards to support Vermonters facing hate. Downtown Brattleboro's Catherine Dianich Gallery is hosting Local Love Brigade postcard production sessions Fridays from 3 to 5 p.m. in February.

Gunfire unsettles Rutland neighborhood

"I was sitting here, and all of a sudden I hear, 'pop, pop, pop, pop, pop,'" said MaryAnne Horton, whose house was hit by a bullet. "This is appears to us like a meeting of people who knew each other and maybe had a beef with each other.

Vermont Actors' Repertory Theatre presents Sondheim

Revue Marry Me a Little is a musical with lyrics and music by Stephen Sondheim, conceived by Craig Lucas and Norman RenA©. The revue sets songs cut from Sondheim's better-known musicals from 1954 to 1973, and a few from later productions, into a dialogue-free plot about the relationship between two lonely New York single people who are in emotional conflict during an evening in their separate one-room apartments.

Schedule set in federal court for PFOA suit

Attorneys for a group of Bennington residents suing Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics over perfluorooctanoic acid contamination of their wells and property say they are pleased with the pretrial schedule released Thursday. "The primary point from our perspective was that the court acted quickly on a discovery order, and we are anxious to begin," said Emily Joselson, of Langrock Sperry & Wool, of Middlebury, one of several attorneys from four firms representing more than 160 households seeking to press a class-action suit against Saint-Gobain.

Super Senior: Erwin West

If a man's home is his castle, then Erwin West has a kingdom. He and his family own half the homes on Saint John's Street in Rutland.

Man seeks to vacate sexual assault convictions

A local man sentenced to a lengthy prison term after being convicted of two counts of aggravated sexual assault on a 12-year-old girl is seeking to have his conviction and sentence vacated in a suit brought in Superior Court Civil Division. Rusty Brooks is contending in a petition for post-conviction relief that there were errors or omissions during his three-day jury trial in 2011 that may have affected the outcome.

Vt. school community mourns teacher killed in snowmobile crash

"It was a passion about the kids. Not the social studies, but about the kids," said Bill Kimball, the Washington Central Schools Superintendent.

Sound advice from a teenage activist

Every summer, my family and I visit relatives in Rutland, Vermont. Located near the center of the Green Mountain State, Rutland has roughly the same population as Mill Valley, with about the same number of public schools.

Police: 7 arrested in Washington County drug investigation

The Vermont Drug Task Force made the arrests in the Washington County area between January 30 and February 3. The charges include sale of heroin, sale of cocaine and user in possession of a firearm. New York lawmakers want to overhaul the state's antiquated and cumbersome voting rules to make it easier for more people to cast a ballot.

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