It’s that time of year again, the birthday of America. And that means from barbecue to picnics and of course fireworks, there will be plenty of celebrations across South Florida.
This CBS Local Ultimate Fourth Of July Party Guide will have you prepared for the best Independence Day since 1776.
This Thursday, we’ll celebrate Independence Day with barbecues, trips to the beach, booze and, of course, fireworks.
Florida gas prices are averaging their lowest prices this year, at $3.19 a gallon and while it’s not throwing many travel plans off, it’s making for a slower work-week
Lots of people are planning to hit the beach or go to a barbecue to celebrate the Fourth of July. But just in case you were planning on stopping by the bank or library, forget about it, they’re closed.
City and county officials say it’s great to celebrate July 4th, as long as it does not involve gunfire. Officials are coming together for the “No More Stray Bullets” press conference held Thursday afternoon.