Cambridge Police report that around 8:20 p.m. on July 4th, one of the fireworks two guys were setting off on Cherry Street shot into a house, "causing smoke." Officers who arrived on scene in response to several calls about the bombs bursting in air wrote summonses for the two on charges of illegal fireworks possession and disturbing the peace.
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Winthrop man charged with criminal dumbassery for allegedly pointing a fake AK-47 at people before parade
Gregory Gill, 23, is scheduled for arraignment on two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon in East Boston Municipal Court today after he allegedly pointed "a realistic-looking replica AK47 at passersby" during preparations for the Winthrop July Fourth parade on Saturday, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
Live Boston reports a Jeep that just happened to be sitting atop a box of fireworks on Michigan Avenue near Columbia Road caught fire around 2:50 a.m. on July 4th. Neighbors rushed over with garden hoses to douse the car before firefighters arrived.
Out at Deer Island, Matt Frank watched the USS Constitution fire a 21-gun salute off Castle Island this morning.
Return of a Boston tradition: People lining up to eat steaming hot chowder on a steaming hot July day
Chowderfest returned to Boston this year, after a couple years away because of, well, you know. City Hall Plaza is under reconstruction, so it was held this year along Washington Street in Downtown Crossing: Read more.
Based on Matt Frank's video, it sure seems that way (caveat: He did not report seeing a giant Stay Puft Marshmallow Man): Read more.
Matt Frank made sure to get a good spot to watch one of his favorite July Fourth traditions: The USS Constitution's stately tour of Boston Harbor. Read more.
Adam Castiglioni watched the fireworks over Boston Harbor tonight: Read more.
And only 9,000 people will be allowed in, WCVB reports. But fireworks at the Common and Harborfest and July 3rd fireworks over the harbor.
Erica had a good view of the fireworks at Healy Field in Roslindale tonight.
Brad Searles took in some of the Lower Allston fireworks action: Read more.
Ron Newman this morning visited the Esplanade, which, in the Before Times, would have already been completely jammed with people awaiting the night's concert and fireworks.
Neil caught today's flyover. Read more.
WBZ has the details.
Keith Lockhart made the announcement this afternoon: Read more.
Peter Wilson reports the Boston Pops have cancelled their spring season and that they're still considering whether to perform on July 4th at the Hatch Shell and this summer in Tanglewood.
Theradrebe is on a boat in Boston Harbor, watching the USS Constitution taken out for a tour of the water.
Chrissy, meanwhile, is actually on the Constitution as it's led out into deeper waters: Read more.
Adam Balsam watched last night's fireworks over Boston Harbor from Lewis Wharf in the North End.
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It's part of Boston Harborfest.
David Parsons watched the July Fourth fireworks shot off from the Mass. Ave. Bridge. Read more.
Matt Frank was among the many people who watched Old Ironsides on its stately cruise from the Charlestown Navy Yard to Castle Island and back again today. Read more.
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