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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
Percy O'Neil Obituary, 77

A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at a later date at Christ the King Church for Percy O'Neil who died Oct. 8, 2017, at his residence, following a long illness. Graveside services will be held in the Calvary Cemetery.

Rutland to honor RRMC's Tom Huebner

Officials of the Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce announced that Tom Huebner, president and CEO of the Rutland Regional Medical Center, has been chosen the "Business Leader of the Year 2017". The award will be presented at the Chamber's Annual Meeting on Oct. 19 at the Paramount Theatre in Rutland.

Earth Matters participates in VTIPL Conference and "Divest the Globe"

Former Secretary of the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources Deb Markowitz will be the keynote speaker at the Vermont Interfaith Power and Light Conference, to be hosted at Manchester's First Congregational Church on Saturday, Oct. 21. The conference, which will host six climate action workshops between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., is sponsored by the local activist group Earth Matters. Recently, the group hosted a climate leadership training at the Smokey House Center in Danby and was subsequently designated a "node" of the larger environmental organization 350VT.

Vermont cabbie angry after being cited for having sword

Ken Cormier of Rutland is due to appear this week in criminal court in New York after being cited for a misdemeanor charge. He accused New York troopers of charging him with the weapons offense because they were frustrated when they didn't find any drugs early on Oct. 3. Mark Cepiel, a New York State Police spokesman, told the Rutland Herald that Cormier was pulled over for erratic operation and that the "gold skull cane sword" was discovered after he agreed to a search.

Veterans groups benefit from golf tourney

Tom Jackson, committee chairman for the Vermont Veterans Golf Tournament, with Bennington County Meals on Wheels executive chef Marin Iwashko and executive director Ilsa Svoboda. That group was one of five that received some of the $23,000 in funds raised through this year's tournament in banquet in September.

Rutland city school superintendent to retire at end of year

The longtime superintendent of the Rutland City School District is retiring after more than 20 years with the Vermont district. The Rutland Herald reports superintendent Mary Moran announced Wednesday she will retire at the end of the school year.

Letter: Brattleboro PD - not just arrests, but engagement

Editor of the Reformer: I'd like to take the opportunity to address a few of the issues brought up in in a recent inquiry to Town Manager Peter Elwell about a letter to the Reformer this past weekend . First, the statistics.

Man facing weapon charge argues bow isn't deadly weapon

A Vermont man charged with violating the conditions of his release by possessing a "deadly weapon" is arguing that his hunting bow is not a deadly weapon. Officials say 31-year-old Kevin Chadburn pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor charge during a Monday court hearing in Rutland.

Rutland mayor selects new parks superintendent

The Rutland Herald reports Mayor David Allaire's office on Monday announced Kim Peters had been chosen to replace Cindi Wight. Peters had previously worked as Killington's recreation director.

Vermont schools troubled by rash of threats

A string of threats at Vermont schools have some parents concerned for their kids' safety. So how are school districts making sure students stay safe? Hazen Union School Monday night: Administrators were alerted a high school student asked another student for a gun.

Absenteeism rule eyed for select board members

The Bennington Charter Review Committee is considering a provision for removing Select Board members who are repeatedly absent from board meetings. Meeting this week, the committee also set dates for public hearings on the charter changes they are considering and added some longer committee meetings during the evening to increase the pace of the review.

Vermont native among Las Vegas victims

A Vermont native who earned high school and college degrees in the state before becoming a middle school special education teacher in California is among those killed in the worst mass shooting in the nation's history Sunday night in Las Vegas. Sandy Casey, 35, was born and raised in Dorset, the daughter of Teresa and Steven Casey.

350VT to host Climate Justice Leadership workshop at Danby's Smokey House Center

Looking to become a leader on climate justice issues in your community? Visit Danby's Smokey House Center next Friday, Oct. 7, for a Climate Justice Leadership training from the nonprofit organization 350Vermont. The training was inspired by the emergence of environmental activism groups in both Manchester and Rutland, according to 350Vermont staffer Jen Lazar, who hopes that intensive climate leadership training will strengthen these groups.

Rutland to take over care of Vietnam statue

The Rutland Herald reports the Rutland chapter of Vietnam Veterans of America presented the city with a $10,000 check for the memorial on Monday. Chapter president Adrien Megrath says the donation will fund maintenance for the memorial through a trust.

Dorset native killed in Las Vegas massacre

Banner Staff DORSET - The Burlington Free Press is reporting that a Dorset native was killed the mass shooting that took place Sunday night in Las Vegas. Sandy Casey, 35 according to the Washington Post, was a special education teacher.

Vt. woman killed in Las Vegas mass shooting

Channel 3 News has confirmed that one of the people killed in the mass shooting in Las Vegas was from Vermont. Sandy Casey grew up in Dorset, went to Burr and Burton Academy and received her bachelor's and master's degrees from St. Joseph's in Rutland.

Charter consultant describes change options

James Barlow, a consultant working with the Bennington Charter Review Committee, gave a presentation Wednesday on options for government charter amendments. Jim Therrien BENNINGTON - The town Charter Review Committee's consultant provided a charter options overview Wednesday that touched on two of the key issues under consideration.

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