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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
Walking the line: Land and water

Unlike with Mexico, the U.S.-Canada border does not have a wall but illegal crossings are still a problem. In our region, border jumpers continue to take advantage of two major interstates-- routes that offer just several-hour drives to major cities like Boston and New York where it's much easier to blend in.

Veterans react to NH Va problems

It is no secret that the VA medical system has been surrounded by controversy, from long wait times at facilities across the country to the most recent allegations of poor patient conditions in Manchester. So we wanted to speak directly with veterans who receive the care.

Victim of fatal Townshend fire identified

Vermont State Police tell us Shala Kean was an employee at the horse farm in Townshend. She was found dead in the barn after Sunday's fire.

How Rutland hopes to clean up the city

When it was time to upgrade into a bigger home, Katrina Therrien saw Kingsley Avenue in Rutland as the perfect opportunity. "The one concern was the house next door had a lot of garbage around the garage," Therrien said, while holding her daughter.

Affordable housing in Rutland part of $22M makeover

Construction is underway in Rutland on 22 units of affordable housing that will mark the completion of a $22 million, yearslong project to renovate and rebuild a public housing complex in the Vermont city. Vermont Public Radio Reports that for years, neighbors described the 7-acre cluster of 75 apartments that housed 300 low-income residents as a troublesome eyesore.

Two Iranian Nationals Charged in Hacking of Vermont Software Company

The court issued arrest warrants for both defendants. According to the allegations in the indictment filed in Rutland, Vermont, beginning in or around 2007, Rezakhah, Ajily, and a third actor who has already pleaded guilty in the District of Vermont for related conduct, conspired together to access computers without authorization in order to obtain software which they would then sell and redistribute in Iran and elsewhere outside the U.S. Ajily, a businessman, would task Rezakhah and others with stealing or unlawfully cracking particular pieces of valuable software.

Two Iranians charged in US over hacking defence materials

Two Iranians were indicted in the United States with hacking a defence contractor and stealing sensitive software used to design bullets and warheads, according to the Justice Department. According to the newly unsealed indictment businessman Mohammed Saeed Ajily, 35, recruited Mohammed Reza Rezakhah, 39, to break into companies' computers to steal their software for resale to Iranian universities, the military and the government.

Bennington considered for federal aid

The Federal Emergency Management Agency began on Wednesday its assessment of whether Bennington County and other areas in the state qualify for disaster funds after the flooding that hit the region from June 29 through July 1. Bennington was a late addition to the Preliminary Damage Assessment list, joining Addison, Caledonia, Orange, Rutland, and Windsor counties. Beginning on Wednesday, representatives from FEMA toured the six counties along with representatives from Department of Public Safety's Division of Emergency Management, the Vermont Agency of Transportation, regional planning commissions, and municipalities to assess and verify the reported damage.

Rutland area featured in Road Trip Masters TV show

At the Marble Museum in Proctor, hallways full of sculptures of United States presidents turned into the backdrop for a TV show. "We want to be spontaneous and capture everything as a tourist would see it," said Nick Kessler, Road Trip Masters host.

NeighborWorks to host open house

To celebrate the opening of its Bennington office, NeighborWorks of Western Vermont is hosting an open house on Friday. The office will be open from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m., as part of the downtown's "First Friday" festivities.

Man sentenced for drunk driving crash

A local man has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for a drunken driving crash in late 2015 that seriously injured another driver. Gregory V. Susee, 25, was also sentenced this week to up to five years of probation.

Vermont man avoids jail after his bull causes fatal crash

'If it wanders back into the road, somebody's going to die': Bull owner who admitted reckless endangerment after his 1,800-pound animal caused a fatal crash avoids jail as 911 calls are played to court The owner of a bull that wandered out on a road and caused a fatal car crash in Vermont two years ago has avoided jail. Craig Mosher was sentenced to six to 12 months of probation and 50 hours of community service on Wednesday for the crash that killed 62-year-old Jon Michael Bellis in July 2015.

Chester Chatter: Memories of a devoted father

His dream was that I would become the first woman governor of Vermont. Even though that dream did not come true, my father always believed in me and was there to support me in my often-times crazy ventures.

Killington's David Soucy Appointed to Senate Seat

Governor Phil Scott recently announced the appointment of David Soucy as Senator for the Rutland District, serving Rutland County. He will serve alongside Senators Peg Flory and Brian Collamore .

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