Thousands Of Spectators Celebrate St. Patrick's Day At Annual ParadePittsburgh's St. Patrick's Day Parade was bigger and more popular than ever this year with nearly 200 marching units and tens of thousands of spectators.
Thousands Expected To Attend Pittsburgh's St. Patrick's Day ParadeThousands of people are expected to pack the streets of Pittsburgh for the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade on Saturday.
Meet Finn! Pittsburgh St. Patrick’s Day Parade Gets New MascotThe Pittsburgh Saint Patrick’s Day Parade has a brand new mascot.
Bishop Zubik Says He Got Hate Mail For St. Patrick's Day-Lent Meat RulingPittsburgh's Roman Catholic bishop says he got hate mail for allowing church members to eat meat on St. Patrick's Day, which this year fell on a Friday during Lent.
Hospital Dresses Babies In Green For St. Patrick's DayWashington Health System is celebrating some extra lucky babies this St. Patrick's Day.
Penguins, Pirates Get Into The St. Patrick's Day SpiritIt's no secret that St. Patrick's Day is a big deal here in the 'Burgh.
Crowds Brave Cold Weather For St. Patrick's Day ParadeCold weather returned to Pittsburgh just in time for the city's St. Patrick's Day Parade, but that didn't stop the crowds from coming out to celebrate Saturday morning.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade Goers Urged To Bundle Up For Cold TemperaturesThousands will pack the streets downtown Saturday morning for the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade, but with temperatures possibly in the teens or 20s, the conditions could be dangerous for some.
Police To Step Up Patrols Ahead Of St. Patrick's DayPennDOT is issuing a warning ahead of the Saint Patrick’s Day holiday.
DIY St. Patrick's Day Party GuideCreate the perfect St. Patrick's Day party from scratch with these helpful hints!
Bishop Zubik Gives Irish-Catholics OK To Eat Meat On St. Patrick's DayBishop David Zubik, of the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese, is giving Irish-Catholics the okay to eat corned beef and hash on St. Patrick's Day.
5 Irish Cocktail RecipesLooking to make the perfect irish cocktail for St. Patrick's Day? Why not make five instead!