Fireworks display back on for Meriden

Millions of Americans will celebrate Independence Day with "driveway fireworks." (Pixabay/CC0)

MERIDEN, Conn. (WTNH)–The mayor has announced that the 4th of July fireworks show in Meriden is back on!

On Tuesday night, the city council approved a resolution to spend $10,000 on fireworks. Almost $7,000 has also been raised in private donations.

Related: Fourth of July fireworks in Meriden cancelled due to budget cuts

Meriden’s fireworks display will light up Hubbard Park on July 3rd.

For a list of all the other fireworks displays going on across the state this Independence Day, click here.

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