Fourth of July
With summer comes a lot of outdoor activities from grilling, to setting off fireworks, to sitting by a campfire. But, all the fun activities can present some pretty serious danger, too.
This Fourth of July may be the best time of the year to take a family trip and travel to Beaver County.
Refer to this list for some of the best fireworks shows in the Pittsburgh area.
If you’re tired of the typical ho-hum neighborhood fireworks show, celebrate America’s independence with these 4th of July parties sure to set off your nightlife with a bang.
Have some fun with a DIY Fourth of July!
America’s largest 4th of July Celebration hits the Point July 2 – 4th.
In a 7-1 vote, it was decided to limit chairs placed along the street to save spots for the popular Fourth of July Parade. Instead of just days before the parade, chairs had been going up as much as two weeks before.
A local couple is searching for their show dog Quince. Qunice is an Australian Shepherd and weighs 60 pounds. His handlers say he jumped the fence in the backyard of their home on Concord Drive in Irwin at about 11 p.m. on the Fourth of July.
The annual Fourth of July fireworks show in Mount Lebanon was moved to a cemetery Wednesday night.
Thousands of people are spending the Fourth of July in Pittsburgh. The Three Rivers Regatta was one of the main attractions this afternoon, but of course, everyone’s waiting for the fireworks tonight.
The Latrobe Fourth of July celebration is a tradition for many across the area, but this year it’s a bittersweet occasion as a special group of veterans ride in their final parade.
If you plan to set off your own fireworks this Fourth of July in the City of Pittsburgh, make sure they’re legal. The Pittsburgh fireworks task force is wielding a thousand dollar fine per violation and they are not messing around.
North Shore, Mt. Washington, Downtown, West End Overlook are all popular places to take in the Fourth of July fireworks spectacular. But getting to wherever you plan to watch the fireworks may be something different all together.
Pittsburgh and fireworks make a perfect match on the Fourth of July. But Wednesday’s festivities will get underway long before the rockets blast off.
Tomorrow is July 4th and there are several closures to be aware of in observance of the holiday.