Youngstown won’t hold fireworks this Fourth

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – The City of Youngstown confirmed on Friday they will not host a fireworks display this year for the Fourth of July.

The city cited concerns about vaccination numbers and COVID-19 cases in regard to events, according to a release from Mayor Jamael Tito Brown.

There is a full list of other local communities hosting fireworks and celebrations.

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