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Chittenden County

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Road Rampage in Chittenden County

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Police requesting help from public to find missing Chittenden County woman

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Fire rips through Chittenden County home

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National Life employees' Share the Good Campaign - Humane Society of Chittenden County

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People in Chittenden County enjoy the beautiful start to the weekend

Chittenden County is the most populous county in the U.S. state of Vermont. As of the 2010 census, the population was 156,545. The county's population estimate for 2016 was 161,531. Its shire town (seat) is Vermont's most populous municipality, the city of Burlington. The county has over a quarter of Vermont's population and more than twice the population of Vermont's second most populous county, Rutland. The county also has more than twice the population density of Vermont's second most dense county, Washington. The county is named for Vermont's first governor and one of the framers of its constitution as an independent republic and later U.S. state, Thomas Chittenden.
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