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Dundalk and Towson celebrate the Fourth of July with annual parades

Posted at 5:39 PM, Jul 04, 2019

BALTIMORE COUNTY — Towns all across the city have been celebrating on Thursday with Fourth of July parades.

In Dundalk, the Governor participated in the 85th annual tradition which he goes to every single year.

"It's wonderful to be here in Dundalk; this is my favorite parade. There's no question in my mind, with all do respect to everyone else, this is the best parade on the Fourth of July," Governor Hogan said.

Then in Towson, First Lady Yumi Hogan attended the annual parade this morning.

The tradition has been going on for more than 120 years, celebrating the lives of men and women who have served our country.

Hundreds came out to see the trucks, bands and floats.