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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 â€“ just a 25-percent increase in 60 years. The Mount Anthony Patriots wrestling team is the 23-time defending state champions through 2010.
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
In director's final Pop Concert, band and choir rock MAUHS
Rimmele Wood, pictured, and his band, The Throwbacks, rocked the house with their versions of "Brown-Eyed Girl," and "Sweet Caroline." BENNINGTON - Thirty-two years ago, when Mount Anthony Union High School band director Marjorie Rooen arrived at MAU, she brought with her what would become an annual tradition: The Pop Concert, a collaboration between the pop choir, jazz band, and any students who wanted the opportunity to show off their skills in small ensemble or solo performances.Second winter homebrew fest a big hit
Bennington Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Matt Harrington and William Gardner of Hopridge Farms welcome attendees to the event. BENNINGTON - By all accounts the second annual Southern Vermont Wings and Winter Homebrew Festival on Saturday was a great success, with more homebrewers and patrons than ever.Bennington one of 35 towns to pass climate resolutions
Town meeting voters last week overwhelmingly passed a resolution that urges state and municipal governments to take aggressive reaction to meet renewable energy goals. Bennington was one of 35 towns around the state, and one of a dozen in Vermont's southernmost counties, to pass similar nonbinding referendums.Mullineaux, Scully re-elected to Prudential Committee
Voters re-elected two members of the North Bennington Prudential Committee earlier this week. Chairman Ray Mullineaux was re-elected to a two-year term and Maria Scully was re-elected to a three-year term.Police: Crash resulted from driver falling asleep
A head on collision occurred on Friday on Route 346 in Pownal after one driver reportedly fell asleep, according to the Bennington County Sheriff's Department. Police determined that Sean Bradshaw, 18, had fallen asleep while driving a 1999 Subaru Legacy westbound on Route 346, crossed the center line of the road and drove almost head-on into a 2010 Honda CRV, driven by Jennifer Burt, 48, according to a release from the Sheriff's Department.'Ghost Army' filmmaker, author to share WWII tale
If war is truly an art, these guys did it. Fake tank formations, inflatable equipment, phony radio transmissions and dummy airfields.'Error in communication' caused mistaken release
Vermont Superior Court officials are reviewing processes and staffing after an "error in communication" led to a Massachusetts man, whom a judge ordered held without bail, being allowed to walk out of court this week. Richard P. Ellis, 26, of North Adams, Mass., denied two felony charges Monday afternoon for an incident last week in which police said shots were fired.O'Connor supporters speak out at town meeting
The Bennington School District's segment of the annual town meeting is generally quick, with a brief presentation about the budget to be voted on the next day. But this year was different.Snow piling up across the region
VTrans says the plows are out and they're reminding drivers to take it easy Thursday night as the snow keeps falling. Late Thursday afternoon, police in Williston and Essex warned of multiple crashes due to slippery roads.Preview precedes March 17 bankruptcy auction
Lynn Green, of Bennington takes a peek Wednesday at furniture that will be auctioned off during the LaFlamme's bankruptcy auction that will be held on March 17. Potential bidders check out items to be auctioned off during the LaFlamme's bankruptcy auction that will be held on March 17. Caitlin King, of Rutland, takes a peek at furniture that will be up for bid during the LaFlamme's bankruptcy auction on March 17. BENNINGTON - For three hours on Wednesday, shoppers once again had the opportunity to stroll the aisles at LaFlamme's, sitting on the couches, checking out the refrigerators, and casting a critical eye on the framed art and table decorations.Dorset voters approve all21 Town Meeting articles
DORSET - Town Meeting voters here approved the town's proposed $2.4 million budget in Australian ballot voting on Tuesday and all 21 warning articles presented during the floor meeting Monday night. The budget, which passed by a vote of 231-27, estimates a tax rate of 28.35 cents per $100 in assessed value.Campbell, Carroll re-elected to Select Board
BENNINGTON BANNER Voters in Bennington head to The Bennington Fire Station to cast their votes on some very important questions. HOLLY PELCZYNSKI - BENNINGTON BANNER Town officials, select board memebers and towns people fill on their ballots as they listen to the results as they are read on Tuesday evening at the Bennington Fire Department.Police: Stop sticks used in pursuit, woman faces charges
A New York woman has denied charges, including drugged driving, after police said she led them on a high-speed pursuit on Route 7 over the weekend. Police said officers laid out spike strips in front of an SUV being driven by Michele A. Dinova, of Troy on Saturday night after she drove as fast as 100 mph during a chase from Manchester to Wallingford, where she crashed into a rock ledge.Capella, Hudson elected to BSD board
Meridy Capella and Jodie Hudson have been elected to serve on the Bennington School District Board. Hudson received 1,208 votes, Capella received 955, and the third candidate, Katrina Snide, received 947.Shaftsbury approves town budget
Residents on Monday night approved the town's FY19 operating budget of $1,901,050, and voted in favor of a motion from the floor to raise the annual compensation for serving on the Select Board from $500 to $650. Moderator Tom Dailey called for a moment of silence for Shelby Coon, the 22-year-old Shaftsbury firefighter who died in a car crash in Pownal on Sunday.Mom accused of creating a false public alarm over fake school threat
Bennington Police say a Pownal mother is in hot water for posting on social media about an unsubstantiated school threat without calling police first. 46-year-old Tammy Drake was issued a citation to appear in court on the charge of False Public Alarm.Mass. man recaptured after walking out of court
A Massachusetts man who was ordered held without bail on assault charges Monday was recaptured after mistakenly being allowed to walk out of the courthouse, police said. Richard P. Ellis was taken into custody Monday evening, Bennington police said in a news release.Faces & Places
Mercy Connections announced five new members of its board of directors: Sarah George , Chittenden County state's attorney; Erik Hoekstra , Redstone; Lacretia Johnson Flash , The University of Vermont; Heidi St. Peter , St. Michael's College; and Rep. Mary Sullivan .Select Board race, mayor question on ballot
Voters on Tuesday will decide on a Select Board race, a $12.9 million municipal budget, and whether to adopt a mayoral form of government when they head to the polls. The annual floor meetings will be held Monday at the fire facility on River Street.Scott `disappointed' by pace of progress on gun legislation at Statehouse
Gov. Phil Scott said he was "disappointed" that a bill addressing gun violence did not make it to his desk this week after the House decided to move on its own "extreme risk" gun seizure bill rather than passing a similar bill already approved by the Senate. The bill that looked most likely to get out of the legislature first was S.221, which allows authorities to obtain an on-the-spot warrant to seize guns from individuals deemed to pose an imminent threat to themselves or others.
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