The Brattleboro project ran into major delays, but officials are praising the end result. The bridge’s design was a collaborative effort with community members.
Six decades after a test run over Vermont’s priciest highway span, 82-year-old Lawrence Wright became the final motorist to cross Brattleboro’s aging bridge before its coming demolition.
The discovery has led to a state police investigation and a puzzle about what happened, who the person was and how he died.
(This story was updated March 6 at 4:30 p.m. This version first appeared in the Valley News at 3:50 p.m.) Vermont State Police say human remains have been discovered in a wooded area off Interstate 91 southbound in White River Junction, just north of Exit 11. Police say the remains “appear to have been there […]
The state Agency of Transportation pegs March 13 as the day when northbound traffic will begin traveling over a new, long-delayed I-91 bridge.
As a contractor prepares to join two sections of a new Interstate 91 bridge in Brattleboro, state officials say they’ve also resolved their differences with the company and will save nearly $1.4 million as a result.