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About: bennington, vermont

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
Our view: Be a human being and ask for help

Vermonters were once again reminded of the toll domestic violence takes on families on July 27 in Maidstone when an estranged husband, Jason McLain, fatally wounded his wife, Molly McLain, before taking his own life. "It touches all corners of Vermont, from our cities to rural and bucolic Maidstone, and cuts across all socioeconomic classes," said Commissioner of Public Safety Thomas D. Anderson in a statement released to the media.

Asbestos could delay start of school in Shaftsbury

The discovery of asbestos in the Shaftsbury Elementary School may delay its opening. Asbestos was found during work to improve the school's ventilation system.

Board gets legal opinion on Apple Hill solar projects

The Select Board has accepted a recommendation from town attorney Rob Woolmington to continue opposing one of two solar energy projects for the Apple Hill area while dropping the town's principal objection to a second, similar proposal. After hearing a detailed presentation from Woolmington during a meeting Monday, the board voted 5-1, with Jim Carroll opposed, to no longer oppose Ecos Energy's Apple Hill Solar plan, which is before the state Public Utility Commission for approval in a revised form with a smaller project footprint.

Man sentenced for ramming car

A Shaftsbury man has been sentenced to at least 18 months in prison for a car chase last August that ended with a fight at a North Bennington convenience store. Ryan F. Kinney, 41, was involved in a high speed chase, during which he drove at speeds reaching 80 miles per hour, and used his vehicle to strike another in an attempt to run the car off the road, Deputy State's Attorney Jonathan Ward said.

Our view: Bennington Police should carry Narcan

Since 2013, naloxone has been used to reverse at least 1,200 opioid overdoses in Vermont. VTDigger reports that the medication, known by its brand-name, Narcan, is given out by the Department of Health to emergency responders, as well as other groups that then give it to individuals free of charge.

Bennington stands with Charlottesville

Locals, organized by Rights & Democracy Bennington chapter, assembled at the Four Corners Sunday to stand in support of Charlottesville, Va. where on Saturday a car crashed into a group of people protesting a white nationalist rally.

Meals on Wheels advocates worry as demand is up

Demand is growing for Vermont's Meals on Wheels program, prompting worry about its future as the population ages. About 4,700 Vermont residents age 60 and older get meals delivered to their homes through Meals on Wheels, while about 10,000 others get daily meals in group settings, such as senior centers.

A fine day for a parade

Gov. Phil Scott leads those in the parade, which commemorates the Battle of Bennington, fought during the Revolutionary War in Walloomsac, N.Y. 240 years ago. BENNINGTON - Bennington commenced its 53rd Battle Day celebration this weekend, culminating in the massive annual parade winding through the downtown area.

New marker commemorates Vets Home history

Joe Pires, historian with the USS Bennington Pact takes a photo of the new historical marker at the Vermont Veterans' Home on Friday afternoon. Members of the USS Bennington PACT join the Vermont Veterans' Home in unveiling a new marker to commemorate the site's history.

Turbine blades, components headed to Deerfield Wind

Trucks carrying massive wind turbine parts are traveling through the area en route to the Deerfield Wind construction site in Searsburg and Readsboro. Blades, hubs, towers and other components are being delivered to the 15-turbine, 2.0 megawatt electricity generating project.

Man pleads no contest to molesting child

A local man accused of molesting a child has pleaded no contest to an amended charge as his trial was about to begin. Warren G. Lake, 61, of White Birches Park in Bennington, is scheduled to be sentenced in November.

Bus to rail link close to starting

A new bus linking southwestern Vermont to rail service in New York's Capital Region could start by the end of the month. A new Amtrak Thruway Service bus connection with inter-line ticketing, with stops in Manchester and Bennington, would bring riders to the Amtrak station, Greyhound terminal and Albany International Airport.

Town attorney: Reject solar settlement offer

The town's attorney is recommending that the Select Board reject a settlement offer from the developer of a controversial solar project planned for the Apple Hill area of Bennington. In a brief statement included in the board's agenda package for its Monday meeting, town counsel Rob Woolmington recommends that the settlement offer from Allco Renewable Energy , which included a $200,000 payment to the town, be rejected.

Bennington's Battle Day Weekend starts Friday, parade is Sunday

Deep River Junior Ancients Fife and Drum Corps members during the Bennington Battle Day Parade in August 2016. This year's parade kicks off at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday.

Two men deny burglary charges

Two men have denied felony charges in connection with a break-in this spring. Tyler D. Galipeau and Nathan L. Gore, both 35 and of Bennington, are accused of breaking into a garage and stealing tools, which police say they later sold.

Our view: Tax district is important, so ask questions

More details have emerged about the town's plan to seek approval for a tax increment financing district. We're pleased to see that the proposed district goes beyond the established downtown and includes other properties that are ripe for revitalization - ripe with the right incentives, at least.

Bennington TIF application plan is presented to residents

The former Bennington Brush Co. building on North Street is one of the properties that could see redevelopment interest if a Tax Increment Financing district is created in Bennington, officials believe.

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