Get the front end off the ground and spin the tire by hand. Look at the brake pads and see if they're making contact, listen by the center of the wheel for the squealing noise. If the wheel has resistance and the noise sounds like it's from the center you probably don't want to ride it as that would indicate front bearings going out and could lead to the front wheel seizing and dumping you even at slow speeds. If it seems to be coming from the brake pads you could ride for a block or two then check for heat on the disc, carefully as the disc could be very hot. That's what I would do since you asked for suggestions.
99 V92C, Black, with loud off road pipes :)