Fourth of July
Everyone loves a party and when it comes to the Fourth of July, the Bay Area celebrates it in grand style. As in years past, Independence Day 2013 has many options for great food, interactive fun, live entertainment and fireworks.
Have some fun with a DIY Fourth of July!
Firefighters in Eastern Contra Costa County are expressing concern about the upcoming Fourth of July holiday. Specifically, they fear the closure of a number of the area’s fire stations on Sunday leaves the community particularly vulnerable during a dangerous time.
It’s the number one question every Fourth of July: Where will you watch the fireworks this year?
Pyro Spectaculars produces some of the biggest July 4th fireworks displays. We talked to them about their plans for this year.
OAKLAND (CBS SF) – Drunken driving arrests were up in the Bay Area over the Fourth of July holiday weekend, with one fatality, California Highway Patrol officers reported. From 12 CHP Bay Area command areas 251 […]
Tens of thousands turned out along two miles of streets in the Shasta Hanchett neighborhood in San Jose Monday for the fourth annual Rose, White and Blue Parade.
Several long-running Fourth of July fireworks shows in the Bay Area will not happen this year, and even cities that can still afford to host them can barely afford to keep their community traditions alive.
Two fire engines are being taken out of service at San Jose’s least busy fire stations as part of the rolling brown outs instituted because of the city’s $115 million deficit.
Police and highway patrol officers are out in force throughout the Bay Area for an Independence Day holiday weekend crackdown on drunk and impaired drivers.