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Boston Area 4th of July Fireworks Celebrations!

Along with Thanksgiving, July 4th is a holiday Americans can claim all to themselves. There’s no shortage of fun, family oriented things to do in Massachusetts this July 4th. Boston Harborfest is the king of all things 4th of July. With hundreds of events for adults and children, including historic reenactments, live music, food, and patriotic revelries, you won’t run out of things to do. But Independence Day celebrations aren’t limited to Boston. There is a solemn reading of the Declaration of Independence at Old Sturbridge Village; a Blessing of the Fleet with food and live music in New Bedford; art shows in Brewster ; a road race on Nantucket and many fireworks displays across the Commonwealth. Don’t miss any opportunity to get out there and have some patriotic fun. Here are just some of the things to do in Massachusetts this 4th of July. http://www.massvacation.com/explore/holidays/4th-of-july/ 

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City Mourns Passing of Ann Fedele RSCHP Founding Member

News about the sudden and unexpected death of one of the city’s most dedicated volunteers to historical and cultural causes hit many friends, colleagues, and family members particularly hard earlier this week. Ann Fedele, founding member of the Revere Society for Cultural and Historic Preservation (RSCHP) and active and outspoken member on a host of other committees and organizations, died late Sunday night due to complications from a heart aneurysm, according to her friend Len Piazza.

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