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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
Man in same-sex child custody case gets 3 years in prison

In a Jan. 22, 2010 file photo, Janet Jenkins is sworn in as a witness in Rutland Family Court, in Rutland, Vt. Vermont U.S. District Court Judge William Sessions on Monday, March 20, 2017, ruled that a lawsuit filed by Jenkins, whose former civil union partner fled the country with their child rather than share custody, is being allowed to proceed because one of the defendants is set to be sentenced in a separate criminal case.

New grant helps low-income Vermonters treat pets

Traveling spay and neuter clinic VT-CAN! received a $62,000 grant from PetSmart charities. VT-CAN! says they started the program with Rutland County in mind.

Letter: Where do you stand?

Editor of the Reformer: It is time for Phil Scott to let us know where he stands. The president has announced plan to repeal Obamacare, which provides coverage for thousands of Vermonters.

Bank of Bennington will celebrate 100th anniversary

The Bank of Bennington is gearing up to celebrate it's 100th year. The Bennington-based financial institution will celebrate its centennial this year with special events at each branch, the burying of a time capsule and a commemorative book.

Vermont Judicial Conduct Board: Kane, Fink called to task in advance of trial

With his hearing rapidly approaching, a former assistant judge for Windham County was handed a pair of legal defeats. An attorney for Paul Kane had submitted a motion that member of the Judicial Conduct Board be recused from the case, arguing a revised public reprimand was different from an earlier agreed upon statement.

Woman charged with embezzling $30K from dental practice

The Rutland Herald reports that 49-year-old Karen Valach denied two felony charges of embezzlement on Monday in Rutland criminal court. She was freed on conditions.

20 classic 'Mystery Science Theater 3000' episodes hit Netflix - CNET

We've got movie sign! Fan favorites -- including "Manos," "Puma Man" and "Time Chasers" -- are coming to the online streaming service. In the not-too-distant future , there'll be brand-new episodes of " Mystery Science Theater 3000 ."

3 Pownal sites to be checked for possible water system source

A site visit is scheduled for Thursday to view three potential locations for a new Pownal Fire District 2 well. District board members said Monday that state environmental officials, consultants and board representatives are expected to tour three sites being considered for replacement wells to eliminate PFOA contamination of the system's current well on Route 346.

Waste Management District raising fees on trash

Windham Solid Waste Management District Executive Director Bob Spencer says the district's deficit has caused "real consternation" in some towns. "We are very concerned about WSWMD," the Whitingham Select Board wrote to other select boards.

Fortier, Jensen to be honored with CSJ's Pour le Merite award

Sarah Fortier and Lawrence Jensen have been named the recipients of this year's Pour Le Merite Award at College of St. Joseph. They will be recognized for their outstanding care, support and leadership in the community at the annual Founders' Day Celebration March 15. Founders' Day commemorates the Sisters of St. Joseph, who had the vision and perseverance to establish a Catholic college in Rutland in 1956.

Donald Fell pushes to move murder re-trial to Burlington

A Vermont man facing his second federal death penalty trial for the 2000 abduction and murder of a Rutland supermarket worker wants the trial to be held in Burlington. In a Monday court filing, attorneys for 36-year-old Donald Fell said that a number of prospective jurors who were in the process of being chosen last month before the trial was delayed until September would have had to travel a long distance to hear the case in Rutland.

Popular Five-Term Mayor takes Bold Stance on Refugees, and something Major happens

His name is Chris Louras and he is a 5 term Mayor who has lost his re-election bid after he became the creator of a plan to resettle 100 Syrian refugees in a very small town under his watch, Rutland, VT. Back in April of 2016, this mayor made a surprise announcement to the public, which was this small town of only 16,500 people would be accepting 100 Syrian refugees all before the end of 2017.

Da Tech Guy: Et Tu Vermont? One Year in Rutland Demonstrates why...

Over the last few weeks the leftist media have elevated several Democrat successes in retaining seats in blue state races that they were already favored to win as a sign that the Trump era is already in retreat. Oddly enough I haven't seen them promote a result that, for my money, is not only the biggest election story since November, it is fact one of the biggest stories of a week full of big stories.

In blow to Chester gravel plan, motion to alter denied

A portion of the unreclaimed "Irene Area" which entered into the Environmental Commission's decision limit the size and location of development by the town. hen the Town of Chester bought 139 acres from Mike and Amy O'Neil as a site for a water tank, Town Manager David Pisha envisioned a decades-long supply of inexpensive gravel that could help pay for a portion of the $4 million project.

2017 Taste of Rutland

Mount Saint Joseph Academy's famed Taste of Rutland dinner will take place on Thursday, March 23. Numerous area restaurants will again contribute their signature dishes to make this annual get-together a delicious success. This event annually draws over 350 attendees.

NY man faces child sex assault charges in Vt.

The victim says, at the time, she was 11 and living in Brookline with Richard Gallup. Gallup, 52, now lives in New York.

Helga Maguire Obituary, 91

There are no calling hours or services for Helga O. Maguire, 91, who died March 4. She was born May 4, 1925, in Proctor, daughter of Martha and Algot N. Oscarson. She graduated in 1943 from Proctor High School.

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