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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
Depositions due in trial of man charged in Vt. killing

Attorneys say they're going to begin depositions in March for the trial of a Vermont man accused of stabbing an elderly woman to death in the town of Arlington. The Bennington Banner reports that Timothy Butler is due to be tried in August for the killing of 81-year-old Helen Jones in her home in early January 2017.

Third-graders to help raise fish from eggs

Barry Mayer, volunteer and educator with the Southern Vermont chapter of Trout Unlimited, places trout eggs into a fish tank at the Village School Of North Bennington on Friday afternoon. Third-graders at the Village School of North Bennington watch in anticipation as trout eggs are placed in the fish tank in their classroom.

LaFlamme's closes, enters Chapter 7 bankruptcy

LaFlamme's, Inc. furniture store at 239 Main St. in Bennington. The business has closed after entering Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings.

Mayor issue heating up Bennington election season

Battle lines are forming in what promises to be an acrimonious debate over a ballot question that could overturn Bennington's town manager/select board form of government. A referendum submitted via citizen petition would eject the professional manager's position from the town charter and insert an elected mayoral post with strong executive powers - including the authority to veto actions of the select board.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day observances and programs set for Bennington and region

Numerous Martin Luther King Jr. Day observances and programs are scheduled in Bennington County and the wider region. A roundup follows: BENNINGTON Join in celebrating the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, Jan. 15. This year's theme is based on the vision and meaning of Dr. King's words "The Beloved Community."

Arlington homicide depositions to begin in March

Attorneys in the homicide case of an elderly Arlington woman are on track to take depositions beginning in March. Timothy J. Butler, 32, has been held since being arraigned last March on charges in connection with the death of 81-year-old Helen Jones.

Our Opinion: Time to Green Up Vermont's public access laws

If you've ever had the feeling that obtaining information about your government is hard to come by in Vermont, you're not alone. There are more than 260 exemptions carved into the state's public records statute by lawmakers.

Our View: Uncertainty follows Act 46 vote

So now we know for certain: There will be no 11th hour rescue of the proposed Act 46 merger that would have created a school district in Bennington, Pownal, Shaftsbury and Woodford along the lines and governance structure of the Mount Anthony Union secondary school district. Woodford voters were asked to reconsider their vote on the proposal, which was defeated by two votes on Nov. 7. Tuesday, the second time around, it lost by 20 votes.

After Woodford vote, boards must wait and see

After Tuesday's Act 46 re-vote in Woodford failed to garner the needed 'Yes' votes to pass, the districts of the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union will now have to wait and see what the secretary of education's vision is for the future of the district. SVSU Superintendent Jim Culkeen said on Wednesday that every district in the SU has submitted a report to the State Board of Education outlining the efforts they have already made to comply with the 2015 education law, as required by Sec. 9 of Act 46, except for Woodford.

Waite retires after distinguished military career

A retirement ceremony was held for Master Sgt. Donald Waite from the United States Air Force, on Jan. 6. Waite, born in Bennington and a 1976 graduate of Burr and Burton Seminary, served in the military for almost 30 years, enlisting in the Air Force in 1979.

Hurd: Salt shed built without permit

Town Manager Stuart Hurd ordered construction of a new, $425,000 sand and salt shed on Bowen Road to begin without waiting for the required wetlands permit, he revealed on Monday, potentially putting the town in danger of being fined or penalized by the state. The action is being investigated by the Department of Environmental Conservation's Environmental Compliance Division, the division's director confirmed on Tuesday.

Residents get update on PFOA settlement talks

John Schmeltzer, state DEC project manager, speaks during a meeting Monday to update Bennington residents on the state's response to PFOA contamination around former ChemFab Corp. plants. State Department of Environmental Conservation officials John Schmeltzer, left, Charles "Chuck" Schwer, and Richard Speeze update Bennington residents Monday on the state's response to PFOA contamination around two former ChemFab plants.

Man denies charges in Jamaica crash

A Dover man has denied charges after Winhall police said he led them on a mile-long, high-speed pursuit before crashing his car late last month. Grant S. Bercik, 29, allegedly fled on foot after the early-morning Dec. 30 crash on Route 30 in Jamaica, according to police, who later found him trying to hitch hike and showing signs of hypothermia.

Vermont hospital receives five-star rating

With a five-star rating from the federal government under its belt, the local hospital is now in the top tier of hospitals across the country. Southwestern Vermont Medical Center has earned a five-star rating for Overall Hospital Quality in 2017 from the federal agency that runs the Medicare program; it is the only hospital in the state and one of only 6 percent across the U.S. to do so.

Basement Music Series returns

VAE Executive Director Matthew Perry moves furniture into the Masonic Hall in the Fall of 2015, prior to the first Basement Music Series held at the venue. Eastbound Jesus will perform at the Basement Music Series on Jan. 27, and will feature a bluegrass and Americana style that they describe as "distinctly their own."

Today's Woodford vote to decide SVSU's fate

Today the voters of Woodford will once more have their voices heard at the ballot box, and the outcome could completely re-shape the districts of the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union. One month ago, after Bennington and Shaftsbury voted in favor of a school district merger but voters in Pownal and Woodford declined, the Woodford School Board voted to warn a re-vote that, if successful, will give the proposal the three districts it needs to move forward.

Judge rules to suppress blood test in fatal crash case State appeals decision

A judge has ruled to suppress the blood test results for a Manchester woman charged with manslaughter and drunk driving after a fatal crash in Sunderland in April 2016, prompting an appeal from prosecutors. Storm Sweeney, 45, has denied charges stemming from the crash that killed another driver.

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