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Holiday fireworks are grand finales to days celebrating our nation’s birth

Twins Victoria and Anthony Savoia of Clifton Park look on during the Clifton Park Fourth of July Parade on Route 146 last year. (GAZETTE FILE PHOTO)
Twins Victoria and Anthony Savoia of Clifton Park look on during the Clifton Park Fourth of July Parade on Route 146 last year. (GAZETTE FILE PHOTO)
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July means exploding color in midnight blue skies. As ever, communities in the Capital Region and Adirondack Mountains have planned nights of pyrotechnic sound and fury for early summer. With the Fourth of July falling in the middle of the week this year, some fireworks shows are being held this weekend to warm up people for more rockets and whistles on Tuesday and Wednesday. Shows scheduled for next weekend will extend the aerial glitter. In ...

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