The Memorial Day holiday is a time of great celebration for a number of reasons.
With high school and college seniors graduating, school letting out, and the weather turning to summer, the parties and gatherings are certain to be abundant.
But as you gather with family and friends for good times, authorities request you keep your neighbors in mind. Additionally, Clinton Police Chief Ben Lowers says be safe during one of the deadliest holidays of the year.
Noise complaints annually increase this time of the year for local authorities and Chief Lowers says he is all for the gatherings, but he hopes neighbors will be respectful of each other.
If you plan to drive for the Memorial Day holiday, as always, Chief Lowers encourages the driver of the vehicle to put the cell phone away. Let a passenger take any phone calls or respond to any text messages.