CANONSBURG (KDKA) – Canonsburg is the latest town to cancel its Fourth of July festivities.
In a tweet, the town announced that with the current restrictions in place, their 2020 Fourth of July festivities.
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“This decision was not arrived at lightly,” the statement read. “We are moving our focus to the future and wish everyone a happy and safe summer.”READ MORE: Michigan Man Arrested In Connection To 2 Deadly Shootings In West Virginia
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All celebrations for the Fourth of July in Canonsburg have been canceled including the parade, park and pool events, and the fireworks display.