The Putnam Block redevelopment is the first step toward revitalization of downtown Bennington.
News Release — Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging Aug. 17, 2017 Contact: Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging (SVCOA) Kheya Ganguly Development and Communications Coordinator Phone: 802.786.5990 Email: [email protected] Bennington, VT – SVCOA’s SHIP (Statewide Health Insurance Assistance Program) program will present a Medicare Workshop, taking place at the Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging, 160 Benmont […]
Topics under review include changing from a selectboard-and-manager form of government to a mayoral system.
Topics under review include changing from a selectboard-and-manager form of government to a mayoral system and tax changes including local option tax.
Selectboard members in Bennington voted to drop their opposition to one solar project and to continue to fight another.
News Release — Southwestern Vermont Health Care Aug. 14, 2017 Media Contact: Ashley Brenon Jowett Communications & Marketing Specialist Phone: 802.447.5019 [email protected] BENNINGTON, VT—August 14, 2017—Southwestern Vermont Health Care’s (SVHC) Centers for Living and Rehabilitation (CLR), a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility in Bennington, recently earned a five-star rating from the Centers for Medicare and […]
What happened on Aug. 16, 1777, with the fate of the American rebellion in the balance, is part of who we are and why we’re here.
News Release — Vermont Veterans Home Aug. 10, 2017 Contact Michele Burgess Telephone: 802-447-6520 Email: [email protected] Website: Vvh.veterans.gov Bennington, VT: Looking for a great way to spend time with your family? The Prescriptions band will be at the Vermont Veterans’ Home located at 325 North Street, Bennington, Vermont. On Wednesday, August 23rd from 6:00 PM […]
The town’s attorney recommends continuing to fight one project, but not opposing another proposed by the same developer.
The developer has hired a canvasser to conduct a door-to-door survey of local support for the solar arrays proposed in Bennington.
“It’s a package of all those places we have all walked by and said, ‘Gee, if only … . Now, here is an opportunity for that ‘if’ to come to fruition,” said one person involved.
Bernie Barriere, of Vermont Green Grow, said the area is underserved because of the lack of a local dispensary. He is one of apparently two applicants in the area.
Dental needs of adults and the elderly are much different than the dental needs of children.
The tax financing application is tied to plans for redevelopment of downtown Bennington, including the Putnam Block.