Keyword: Mt. Hope Bridge
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PORTSMOUTH — A juvenile was prevented from jumping from the Mt. Hope Bridge by police and several citizens Sunday night, Dec. 1. According to Detective Lt. John Cahoon, Portsmouth … more
PORTSMOUTH — From their waterfront home at 2 Bayview Ave., Larry and Lynn Walsh enjoy one of the most spectacular views of Mt. Hope Bridge and the surrounding bay one could … more
PORTSMOUTH/BRISTOL — The Mt. Hope Bridge was dedicated and opened on Oct. 24, 1929, and the Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority (RITBA) will be dressing it up for its 90th … more
To the editor: The Mt. Hope Bridge is a classic. She is beautiful by day and beautiful by night.  But there are even more beautiful lights at night than hers.  We call those lights … more
PORTSMOUTH — Town councils from Portsmouth and Bristol have both unanimously approved a resolution proposed by local resident John Vitkevich, urging the R.I. Turnpike and Bridge Authority … more
BRISTOL — The Bristol Town Council voted unanimously on  Wednesday, Aug. 7, to ask the Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority (RITBA) to install superstructure lights on the Mt. Hope … more
PORTSMOUTH/BRISTOL — In 1980, Hummock Avenue resident John Vitkevich purchased four placemats that featured a photograph of the Mt. Hope Bridge taken from the Bristol Ferry area of … more
PORTSMOUTH — A Bristol woman was charged with driving while intoxicated after her car struck another vehicle on the Mt. Hope Bridge Tuesday night, Dec. 18, police said. Portsmouth … more
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