City officials ask that people heed fire threat and not set off pyrotechnics


GREENFIELD — Public safety officials are discouraging fireworks use of any kind over the Fourth of July holiday, saying the dry conditions have made the usual means of celebrating unsafe.

While local officials say they cannot legally prohibit area residents from setting off fireworks, they are encouraging the public to voluntarily refrain from doing so.

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