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It’s official: Fireworks will light up Onset Bay to celebrate the Fourth of July as organizers reached their $40,000 goal on Thursday. “Clearly, the fireworks mean so much to a lot of people,” said Onset Bay Association President Kat Jones. “I’m just so grateful.” Jones spoke at the association’s annual Fireworks Fundraising Auction, held at Mezza Luna in Bourne. Bidders vied for a kayak, jewelry, fire pit and ...

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