New Jersey is slowly getting back to normal with so many re-openings including outdoor dining, non-essential stores, barber shops, hair salons all with restrictions.

Atlantic City casinos, amusement parks and boardwalk rides are set to go on July 2nd.

Once again, fireworks will light up the skies over South Jersey on the 4th of July as Gov. Murphy has given the green light to firework festivities as long as towns stick and adhere to restrictions on outside gatherings and crowd sizes, according to a report from NJ.com.

Some towns have already rescheduled their fireworks for the 4th while others have not. Be sure to come back for updates and cancellations as we get closer to the 4th of July.

Middle Township: Saturday July 4th- Fireworks at dusk at the Clarence Davies Sports complex located on Goshen Road.

Margate: Postponed to Saturday, September 26th, on the beach at Huntington Ave.

Hammonton: Saturday, July 4th. Fireworks at dusk at Hammonton High School located on Old Forks Road. Rain date is July 5th.

Milville: Saturday, July 4th at Union Lake Park located on Sharp Street and Columbia Avenue.

Vineland: Plans are in the works to host the annual Fourth of July Fireworks festivities at the Vineland High School Complex.

Sources: nj.com1nj.com2newjerseyleisureguide.com, pressofatlanticcity.combestofnj.com

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