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Three vehicle collision disrupts Hope Street traffic

Three vehicle collision disrupts Hope Street traffic

A crash involving three vehicles sent at least one person to the hospital and forced partial closure of Hope Street just north of Gooding Avenue late Monday morning. According to a witness who was walking along Hope Street at around 11 a.m., one car was stopped at the traffic light in the southbound lane near

From left to right, Barbara McGarry, Martha Fitting, Summer Karney, Susan O’Donnell, Melinda Birs, Jackie Cranwell, Nancy Stratton, and Susan Maloney hold the first of many flower baskets to adorn Hope Street. Missing in photo are Bristol Bloom members Stan Dimock and Diane Holt.

Bristol Blooms in red, white and blue

With help from Bristol Blooms, Hope Street is a little more festive for this year’s Fourth of July celebration. On Friday, June 28, volunteers from the group Bristol Blooms delivered eight hanging baskets with floral arrangements  to the intersection of Hope and State streets. There, Roger Belmore, a worker for the town’s department of public

Town, state and business leaders cut a ceremonial ribbon to mark the completion of the Hope Street project.

Hope Street re-opens with a ceremony

A gathering of political and business leaders as well as state and town officials turned out Friday morning in front of the Burnside building on Hope Street to celebrate the completion of the Hope Street construction project. Earlier in the day, the road was re-opened to two-way traffic. “Good things come to those who wait,”

Hope Street's red, white and blue center line marks the final phase of construction.

Hope Street set to open in Bristol

Construction project and one-way traffic comes to an end Friday morning   On Friday morning, the rule of the road on Hope Street will be: Keep to the right of the red, white and blue. After nearly six-months of construction work, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation will reopen the road to two-way traffic on

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