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Considered one of two "shire towns" (or county seats) of Bennington County, the town of Bennington sits in the bottom left corner of the state. The town was named after Colonial Governor Benning Wentworth, back in the mid-18th century. Interestingly, the population hasn't changed much since 1950, going from about 12,000 people up to its 2010 population of over 15,000 – just a 25-percent increase in 60 years. The Mount Anthony Patriots wrestling team is the 23-time defending state champions through 2010.

Population: 15764
Local Newspapers: Bennington Banner
Local Sports Teams: Bennington Sports Teams
Local Colleges: Bennington College Southern Vermont College

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Towns/Cities near bennington, vermont : South Shaftsbury Woodford Arlington Pownal Manchester Hoosick Falls NY

Bennington News
Lights and banners coming down, but will return

The strings of lights that have decorated the trees in downtown for the last several months are coming down, but fear not: They'll be back. The lights, along with the colorful banners that have decorated downtown street lamps, will be gone by the end of the month, but Lynn Green of the Grow Bennington Initiative, the organization that funded them, said that they will be re-installed in October.

Vt. Supreme Court upholds conviction for sexual assault

A man convicted of two counts of aggravated sexual assault against a 12-year-old girl has lost an appeal for relief, marking the third time his questioning the merits of his conviction has failed. The Vermont Supreme Court this month has unanimously affirmed a prior court ruling denying 43-year-old Rusty Brooks' petition for post-conviction relief, in which he contended that there were errors or omissions during his three-day jury trial in 2011 that may have affected the outcome.

Stakeholders work on regional economic plan

Bennington Area Chamber of Commerce Director Matthew Harrington listens intently during a discussion on projects that could re-vitalize the regional economy. Monday's public information session was structured so that participants were able to discuss questions, such as the biggest hurdles to Bennington's economic growth, in small groups, before sharing their finds with the larger group.

Welch tours Manchester sites after Mexico border trip

U.S. Rep. Peter Welch speaks to the news media Monday outside Town Hall in Manchester. He had just returned from a trip to the Mexican border in Texas.

Farm Bill nutrition proposals in Congress at odds

Emergency food programs such as the The Kitchen Cupboard at the Greater Bennington Interfaith Community Services Inc. facility on Depot Street in Bennington rely in part on nutrition programs included in the Farm Bill. These include The Emergency Food Assistance Program .

Community re-imagines Stark Street Park

The Stark Street Pop-Up Park got community members over to the park for a day of fun, and gave community residents a chance to share their input on what they believe the park should feature. BENNINGTON - The Stark Street Park playground was again energized with activity this past weekend as community members visited the park and offered input on how they believe the space should be revitalized.

North Bennington water board wants more data before adding properties

The Village of North Bennington agreed to extend its waterlines to homes affected by PFOA because it was the right thing to do, say village officials. But now, water board members are urging caution before adding properties beyond those to the water system.

MAUHS grads hear inspiring messages under blue skies

A graduate waves to someone in the crowd while waiting in line to go up on stage and receive her diploma during the graduation ceremony at Mount Anthony Union High School on Friday evening. Graduates laugh during the speech by principal Laura Boudreau during the graduation ceremony at Mount Anthony Union High School on Friday evening.

'Families against Facism' hold protest

A group of Bennington residents gathered on Thursday evening to protest the treatment of immigrant families by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. They gathered for about two hours at the Four Corners intersection in downtown Bennington, carrying signs that read "Where is the compassion?" "What if someone took your children away?" and "Families against Fascism."

Open houses at town garages

Bennington Assistant Town Manager Dan Monks leads a tour for business owners interested in renting on leasing the town's two unused garage properties. The interior of the highway garage facility on Orchard Road, which is across the parking lot from the town salt shed.

EPA investigating old Bennington dumping site

Auto tires and other waste material is visible at an old dumping site off Furnace Brook Road in Bennington that is being investigated by the federal Environmental Protection Agency. Auto tires and other waste material is visible at an old dumping site off Furnace Brook Road in Bennington that is being investigated by the federal Environmental Protection Agency.

Public input sought for 2019 Southern Vermont plan

Bennington County and Windham County are joining together to develop a first ever joint strategy to guide the Southern Vermont region's economic future. The intended outcome of this process will be an action plan with specific projects and programs intended to spur economic and community development throughout the region to create job opportunities, improve quality of life, and address major issues facing residents and businesses.

4 new members elected to Bennington Rescue board

Four new members were recently elected to three-year terms on the Bennington Rescue Squad's board of directors. The new members are Annick Billert, Dr. Charlene Ives, Melissa Jackson and Matt Schade.

Letter: Thanks for hosting Taconic Music

To the Editor,Taconic Music Artistic Directors Joana Genova and Ariel Rudiakov would like to express our deep gratitude to John DiBlasio and Julia Arvin of Prospect Rehabilitation for generously sponsoring a concert at the Vermont Veterans' Home in Bennington on May 16. This was the second time in 2018 that Taconic Chamber Players performed their unique mix of classical music and arrangements of popular songs for those who has served in the military. The concerts initially came about thanks to the initiative of Dorset resident Garry Dufour, who is himself a Vietnam veteran and documentary filmmaker of Atomic Veterans Speak.

Board sets sewer and water rates, moves forward with wastewater project

The Bennington Select Board approved an increase of four percent in the sewer rate at its meeting on Monday, as officials cautioned that more increases are on the horizon. The Bennington Select Board also approved the next phase of the ongoing Wastewater Treatment Facility project, which is on schedule to be completed this fall.

Durfee seeks Shaftsbury House seat, faces primary challenge

David Durfee, a school board member, business manager and member of the Batten Kill Valley Runners, is running toward a different goal this summer - vying for the House seat being vacated by Rep. Alice Miller, D-Shaftsbury, who is not seeking re-election. Durfee, who serves on the Shaftsbury and Mount Anthony Union school boards, and Shaftsbury Select Board Chairman Tim Scoggins are competing in the Aug. 14 Democratic Primary.

Area art venues offer patrons a deal

Anne Haggenmiller, of Vestal N.Y., drove an hour out of her way to visit the Bennington Museum on Tuesday. BENNINGTON - Bennington Museum has joined together with arts institutions in northern Berkshire County on a new ticket initiative designed to boost visitor engagement with the local arts communities.

Stark Street pop-up imagines possibilities

Next weekend, June 16 and 17, the Stark Street park will be re-imagined with temporary amenities, such as trails, play structures, seating areas, arts installations, and more. Activities will be ongoing from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

Public input sought for Southern Vermont plan

Bennington County and Windham County are coming together to develop a first-ever joint strategy to guide the southern Vermont region's economic future. The outcome of this process will be an action plan with specific projects and programs intended to spur economic and community development throughout the region to create job opportunities, improve quality of life, and address major issues facing residents and businesses.

Students' art displayed at Powers Market

Penny Ela, of Whitman's Feed Store, poses with a portrait of Penny Ela made by fifth grade students at the Village School of North Bennington. Residents peruse the art work during the premiere of the 2018 North Bennington Portrait Project at Powers Market on Thursday.

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