, Salem, MA


June 7, 2013

Our view: Boston lessons applied locally


The new procedures may create longer lines for those wanting to get into the park — the event often attracts as many as 40,000 revelers. It’s a small price to pay for the added security.

The festival committee’s plan, worked out with the help of the town’s public safety officials, seems like a sensible response to current events, balancing the very real lessons learned in Boston with a desire to provide Danvers residents and their neighbors with the best evening possible come July 3.

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