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With a population of over 17,000, the city of Rutland is considered one of the heaviest populated areas in the state of Vermont. It's actually the largest city not located near one of the state's two major highways (U.S. 4 and U.S. 7). General Electric (GE), Carris Reels and OMYA Central Vermont Public Service are three of the area's largest employers. The Diamond Run Mall is a shopping mall located near Rutland, with stores like Kmart, Sears, J.C. Penney, American Eagle Outfitters and Radio Shack. The Killington Ski slopes are also located just a short drive away.

Population: 17292
Local Newspapers: Rutland Herald
Local Sports Teams: Rutland Sports Teams
Local Colleges: College of Saint Joseph Community College of Vermont

Zip Codes associated with rutland, vermont: 05701 05702
Towns/Cities near rutland, vermont : Mendon Clarendon Killington Pittsford Pittsfield Wallingford Castleton

Rutland News
Malta stop that led to heroin struggle ends in guilty plea

A man who tried to destroy heroin discovered on him during a traffic stop in Malta last year pleaded guilty Thursday to criminal possession of a controlled substance. Martin J. Nichols, 42, formerly of Troy but currently of Rutland, Vermont, is expected to receive nine and a half years in jail when sentenced on Oct. 10, according to the Saratoga County District Attorney's office.

Wilmington's new town manager comes from Rutland Police

The appointment of Scott A. Tucker as town manager was met with applause Wednesday night. "Thank you very much for your vote of confidence," Tucker told the Select Board before signing his contract.

Inspired sculptures to give Rutland new look

Works of art will soon be scattered around downtown Rutland. Taylor Young met the talented artists who are working on the sculptures.

Cops: Man passed out with heroin said he was headed to jail

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Southern Vermont shows support for new US citizens

The Paramount Theatre was the host of a naturalization ceremony last Tuesday, during which 71 people from 26 countries became United States citizens. As people entered and departed, they were greeted by Windham County residents with signs reading, "Congratulations!" and, "It's official! Hooray!" Ann Schroeder of ACLU People Power of Windham County organized a carpool from Putney that morning where six local residents traveled to Rutland for the day to show support for immigrants and refugees becoming U.S. Citizens.

Norman Rockwell Museum building considered as pot dispensary RUTLAND, ...

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Rutland motorcycle shop fined for hazardous waste violations

The Agency of Natural Resources says inspectors found the violations at Central Vermont Motorcycles. They included dozens of containers full of bad gasoline, spent antifreeze, and used oil stored improperly around the property.

Vermont Voices: Representative Linda Sullivan

For freshman representative Linda Sullivan, connecting with her constituents is a top priority. The Dorset resident joined me recently on Vermont Voices to discuss her first year in Vermont's legislature and her previous efforts to serve others.

Stuck in Vermont: Cairns at UVM's Wheelock Farm

Eva Sollberger introduces us to a local artist that's been busy at UVM's Wheelock Farm in South Burlington. Your flower gardens are probably looking great right now, but if you want them to look good through the summer, Sharon Meyer and Charlie Nardozzi have a few tips for you.

Five charged after drug arrests One held after home searched

Five local men face various drug-related charges after police conducted a series of arrests on Thursday. Four men denied felony charges stemming from the alleged sale or possession of heroin, suboxone and marijuana.

Rutland residents fight to keep popular fishing hole

"When I first looked at the house, I thought that it was on a lake because all they showed was a view -- low angle looking out over the pond," said Bruce Bentley, looking over his privately-owned pond in Rutland. That was 30 years ago.

1st BUHS football practice is Aug. 14

Any Brattleboro Union High School student entering grades 9-12 who is interested in playing football this fall should go to BUHS on Aug. 13 to pick up their equipment. Seniors will go first at 11:30 a.m., followed by the juniors at 12:30 p.m., the sophomores at 1:30 p.m. and the freshmen at 2:30 p.m. There will be a parent and player meeting with the coaching staff at 5 that night in the BUHS Multipurpose room.

Officials: Water quality project won't have to drain ponds

Residents living near a Vermont brook are relieved to hear that a project to improve its water quality will not require the draining of two nearby ponds. The state has said that Moon Brook in Rutland does not meet water quality standards, a problem that city officials blamed on heating from the ponds.

Castleton University moves ahead with inflatable dome arena

Castleton University has applied for an Act 250 land-use permit that will move Middlebury College's former inflatable dome next to the school's Spartan Arena in Rutland. The Rutland Herald reports Middlebury gave the dome to Castleton in 2013.

Vt. man faces child cruelty charges

Police say Benjamin Gates, 33, of Pawlet, was spinning a knife around on a rope when the knife hit the back of the child's neck. Police say Gates is a friend of the girl's mother.

Officials organize $200K marketing campaign for Rutland

Sponsors of a $200,000 marketing initiative hope to entice professionals working in cities like New York and Boston to visit and eventually live there. The initiative rebrands Rutland County as the Killington Valley and a new video highlights the region as a mountain biking destination.

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