The parade was in full force this year, after a muted turnout in 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Friday on Political Rewind: This Saint Patrick's Day, we celebrate Ireland's cultural contributions to the world, despite centuries of hardship.
Savannah's St. Patrick's Day parade — one of the busiest in the country — returns Friday at 10:30 a.m., when thousands of revelers will line the streets and squares of downtown for the event, which first began in 1824. But some are already staking out spots, and persevering through the cold that comes with it.
The aluminum cups are meant as an eco-friendly alternative to plastic and paper.
Masks are out, green bowler hats and plastic beads are in on the streets of Savannah, where shoulder-to-shoulder crowds are cheering the city's St. Patrick's Day for the first time in three years.
Thursday on Political Rewind: As Georgia celebrates St. Patrick's Day, Gov. Brian Kemp finds his own pot of gold by signing off on an extensive midyear budget. Meanwhile, Republican gubernatorial challenger David Perdue heads to Mar-a-Lago and the state Senate advances another bill that will give the state more reach in schools.
For 60 years, Chicago has turned its downtown river green to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. The annual tradition actually has its roots in a big problem for the city: sewage.
Savannah is gearing up for a big comeback of its most profitable holiday Thursday as its beloved St. Patrick's Day parade returns for the first time since 2019. Hundreds of thousands are expected Thursday for the parade, a 198-year-old tradition in Savannah.
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