Fireworks season is officially here with scores of Central New Yorkers launching big, bright, sparkly boomers that aren't exactly legal in the state. But some people -- and their pets -- dread this time of year.
Utica and Rome are among the many cities, towns and villages across New York state that won't have 4th of July fireworks for the second year in a row due to the coronavirus pandemic. But there are some places where the show will go on in 2021.
One of the best weekends of the summer is 4th of July weekend. While celebrating our nation's birthday Americans partake in fun activities including barbecues, camping, swimming, and of course fireworks. Whether you're grilling, enjoying a backyard or camp fire, or setting off fireworks safety is always the main concern. We have all the tips you need to know on keeping your holiday a fun and safe
We all adore our four-legged fur babies and we love to include them in our holiday festivities! Unfortunately, though our intentions are well, some holidays cause immense stress and are simply unsafe for our fur kids. The big one? 4th of July...