BRIDGETON MAYOR-ELECT HOPES TO KEEP FIREWORKS IN JULY 4TH

Bridgeton Mayor-elect is trying to go the private route to keep the fireworks going in his city.  Albert Kelly said he is looking into private donors, through businesses and individuals that would keep the fireworks going in the city for the July 4th weekend, according to a report by the News of Cumberland County. Kelly said the city needs $10,000 for their show to continue.

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