Randolph’s firefighters union is sponsoring the return of a fireworks display during the town’s annual “Night Before the Fourth” celebration this July 3. According to Town Manager David C. Murphy, the show will take place behind Randolph High School as usual. The fireworks are expected to cost approximately $15,000 and will be paid for with private funds raised by the union. “Randolph continues to make strides toward becoming a quintessential 21st century community,’’ Murphy said in a statement. “By bringing people together, we are strengthening our community. I am already looking forward to a wonderful evening of patriotism and fun.”
By Jim Morrison| Globe Correspondent February 24, 2013
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