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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
Seedlings receive $15K grant

The Seedlings program has received an Economic Justice grant from the Ben and Jerry's Foundation to further their goals of providing educational opportunities for low-income students in Bennington. Now in its fourth year, the Seedlings program provides after-school programming for small "pods" of six to eight students, who typically stick together throughout their elementary school careers.

Waterline construction begins in Bennington

Municipal waterline construction has begun in the Town of Bennington and the Village of North Bennington. Water service will be extended to properties with on-site wells contaminated or threatened by perfluooctanoic acid in the area where the State of Vermont and Saint-Gobain have settled Saint-Gobain's liability.

Vt. International Film Festival begins 10-day run Friday

Eva McKend spoke with festival executive director Orly Yadin for a preview of what's on tap for the 10-day festival. Eva McKend spoke with festival executive director Orly Yadin for a preview of what's on tap for the 10-day festival.

Re-opening the Shaftsbury Country Store?

The Shaftsbury Planning Commission has submitted a report to the Select Board outlining possible pathways to re-vitalizing the Shaftsbury Country Store, and concluded that whatever method that the town should choose to pursue, it will need the support of the community. Select Board chairman Tim Scoggins asked the commission to look into what other towns have done to support keeping businesses such as that one in the community.

Warm the Children seeks applicant

A local campaign is returning this fall to help families who otherwise wouldn't be able to buy warm clothing for their children. Families who need help buying warm winter clothing have until next Friday to apply for Warm the Children.

Dispensary need not be feared

The Elm Street location that PhytoScience Institute, LLC, and its CEO, William Cats-Baril, had proposed for the town's first medical marijuana dispensary has been scrapped due to neighborhood opposition, and the search for a new location is on. The building the proponents had in mind was a former medical practice that might have made sense for such a use.

Sandy Casey remembered for her compassion

BENNINGTON BANNER mourners embrace as pall bearers carry the casket of 35 year old Vermont native Sandy Casey, who was a victim of the October 1 country music shooting in Las Vegas. DORSET - Sandy Casey was remembered Tuesday by the people who knew her best - family, friends and loved ones - as a compassionate teacher and loyal friend with a sense of humor, a commitment to her calling as a special education teacher, and a personality that lit up any room she entered.

Differing views of town energy plan emerge

A solar array stands near the Bennington County Sheriff's Department off Route 7. The Bennington Planning Commission has completed a draft of the town's revised and updated energy plan, which will be the subject of upcoming public hearings. By Jim Therrien jtherrien@benningtonbanner.com BENNINGTON - The charged issue of solar power facility siting produced some sparks Monday, even after a public hearing on the Planning Commission's draft town energy plan was postponed for lack of a quorum.

$10K bail for man accused of assault on minor

A homeless man with an "extensive" criminal history, who allegedly threatened two minors and assaulted one of them in August, has been granted $10,000 bail. David E. Mears, 39, was ordered held without bail on Sept.

Man charged with storage unit theft

A local man has denied two felony charges after being accused of breaking into a storage unit, stealing numerous items and then re-selling them online. Christopher R. Gibbons, 24, allegedly stole some $3,000 worth of electronics and family items including war memorabilia and jewelry last month.

Competitive races emerge for potential board seats

The list of candidates for seats on the new Mount Anthony Unified School District Board has been released; it represents a veritable "who's who" of current MAU board members. Of course, none of these candidates will have the opportunity to fill those seats if at least three of the four towns voting on Nov. 7 fail to approve the proposed merger.

Reformer recognized for 'Andy's Journey'

Staff report BRATTLEBORO - The Brattleboro Reformer earned a Publick Occurrences award and UpCountry magazine was named specialty publication of the year in the New England Newspaper & Press Association's 2017 competition. "Andy's journey: The struggles through ALS," a five-part series published in January, was among 19 Publick Occurrences awards given at the association's fall conference last week in Natick, Mass.

Rep. Olsen to step down; clerk seeks post

Londonderry Town Clerk Kelly MacLaury-Pajala said Monday she will seek appointment to the House seat now held by Rep. Oliver Olsen, I-Vermont. Olsen said he will step down because of increased business commitments.

PFOA suit plaintiffs must produce some medical records

The judge in a proposed class-action suit over PFOA contamination of properties around the former ChemFab Corp. plants has partially allowed a defense request seeking medical records from the plaintiffs. However, U.S. District Judge Geoffrey Crawford termed the request from the defendant firm, Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics, for 50 years of medical records "excessive," and reduced the scope to 20 years in a motion ruling last month in U.S. District Court in Rutland.

Editorial: Time to get involved is now

Last week, Bennington voters authorized a $9.85 million bond for upgrades to the town's sewer treatment plant. That's the good news.

Veterans groups benefit from golf tourney

Tom Jackson, committee chairman for the Vermont Veterans Golf Tournament, with Bennington County Meals on Wheels executive chef Marin Iwashko and executive director Ilsa Svoboda. That group was one of five that received some of the $23,000 in funds raised through this year's tournament in banquet in September.

Celebrating a century

Norman Wilder, who will turn 100 later this month, and his family. Pictured, from left in back, are son-in-law George Lerrigo, grandson-in-law Todd Bishop, daughter Meredith Wilder, daughter Janice Lerrigo, Wilder, granddaughter Ellen Lerrigo Bishop, and great grandchildren Emma and Will.

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