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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
Resettlement Program Applies to Bring 100 More Refugees

Vermont 's Refugee Resettlement Program has sent an application to the federal government to resettle 100 more Syrian and Iraqi refugees in Rutland. Vermont Public Radio reports officials planned to bring 100 refugees to the city this year, but only 14 have arrived.

Super Senior: Millie Marcroft

Some people seem to defy age. Millie Marcroft is one of them. Hard work and a good attitude keeps her going -- along with her trusty bowling ball.

Culture, beauty, art reign in Rutland

DAYS OF DELIGHT: The city of Rutland is located in a beautiful country setting, and features a large farmers market, above. One might call Rutland, Vt., the state's own "city of light," because all year round - and particularly in foliage season - it is a city alight in culture, activity and beauty.

Murder suspect seeks to go home to scene of husband's death

A Mount Tabor murder suspect is asking to be released on home detention to the house where she is accused of killing her husband. Peggy Shores, 52, has been held without bail since her arraignment in February on a charge of second-degree murder in the shooting death of David Shores, 54, at their home in December.

Vermont Supreme Court vacates Rutland burglars convictions

The Vermont Supreme Court has vacated a man's 16 burglary convictions because of the wording involved in a plea change. The Rutland Herald reports 31-year-old Anthony Bridger, of Rutland, pleaded guilty to multiple burglary charges in a 2010 plea agreement.

Faithfully engaging the immigration debate in the age of Trump

Newly arrived refugee Dania Khatib, 5, tours a classroom with her mother Mahasen Boshnaq, center rear, and father Ahmed Khatib, right, at the Northwest Primary School Friday, Jan. 27, 2017, in Rutland, Vt. The Khatib family arrived in Rutland this month.

Vt Supreme Court upholds tax-exemption for Rutland nonprofit

A Rutland-based nonprofit that helps support pregnant youth and their families has won a court fight to keep their tax-exempt status. The Vermont Supreme Court Friday that the Rutland County Parent Child Center met the three-prong public use exemption test, including providing a benefit to society.


In 1984, Bennington natives Patricia and Thomas Frechette used their savings to buy land in Williston and opened Catamount North, a provider of custom truck caps and van interiors.

Approved school district plan preserves school choice

The Vermont State Board of Education has approved Rutland's proposal to remain a stand-alone school district to preserve the town's tradition of school choice. A state education spokesman says the proposal was approved Wednesday after Rutland officials presented it.

Johanna Harpster Obituary, 70

ROCKINGHAM and formally of Killington - A memorial service was held Aug. 26 in the United Church of Ludlow for Johanna Marie Harpster who died Aug. 21 at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Rev. Bruce Bishop, of Rutland, officiated.

Rutland crime rate benefits from data-driven policing

Rutland City officials say a crackdown on crime is paying off, and is due in part to improved efforts to analyze collected crime data. "That was the catalyst that took everything from talking and planning to movement," said Bradley GoodHale, a crime analyst with the Rutland Police Department.

Capital Region volunteers headed for Harvey disaster zone

A group of three Red Cross volunteers set out from New York's capital city on Monday, bound for the disaster zone along the Gulf of Mexico that is being pummeled by Tropical Storm Harvey. Mark and Marianne Theophilis of Clifton Park began their trek at about 1:30 p.m. Monday, driving a Red Cross Emergency Response Vehicle to Baton Rouge.

Rutland facing fines for sewage spill

A Vermont city could be facing a significant state fine after an operator error led to the release of more than 1 million gallons of raw sewage into the Otter and East creeks earlier this month. Rutland Public Works Commissioner Jeff Wennberg says a city employee failed to restart a pump in the city's sewage treatment plant after a fuse blew.

Rutland discovers railway siding built over water main line

A Vermont town is considering options to protect a water main after discovering Vermont Railway built a siding over the line. Rutland Selectwoman Mary Ashcroft says the town discovered new railroad tracks running over a manhole cover and were not notified by the rail company.

New York, Vermont troopers team up at border DWI checkpoint

A Vermont man was arrested on the state border with Vermont Friday night as troopers from both states conducted a joint DWI checkpoint on Route 22A at the state line, State Police at Latham said Saturday. New York state troopers and Vermont troopers conducted the sobriety checkpoint on the highway at the state boundary as well as roving DWI saturation patrols.

Former cop charged with impersonating an officer

But Thursday, the 31-year old pleaded not guilty to impersonating a police officer. Earlier this month, State Police say they pulled over Garrow for driving 18 mph over the speed limit on Route 7 in Clarendon.

Alleged hardware thief charged as habitual offender

A man with an extensive criminal history is being charged as a habitual offender after police said he stole over $1,000 worth of items from a Manchester hardware store. Kenneth R. Armstrong, 40, was ordered held without bail at his arraignment in Rutland criminal court this week.

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