"It's part of my life!" said one of the thousands of spectators on Fifth Avenue viewing the resuscitated parade.3m read
Bagpipes and bands marched along Fifth Avenue as the St. Patrick's Day Parade returned to Manhattan after a two-year pause due to the pandemic.
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Freezing temperatures were not enough to keep spectators from watching the Bayport-Blue Point St. Patrick's Day parade, after a pandemic-induced break for the past two years. Steve Langford reports.
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The gloomy weather didn't stop the Bay Shore St. Patrick's Day parade from marching on Saturday, as onlookers gathered for the first time in two years to celebrate.
The parade, which returns after a two-year absence due to COVID concerns, will kick off Saturday at 2 p.m. at Saxon Avenue in Bay Shore.2m read
Several new spots have opened during the pandemic.6m read
The Kings Park community came out on Saturday to celebrate the first St. Patrick's Day parade in Suffolk County since the pandemic.
Bagpipes skirled and drums boomed as hundreds marched and hundreds more lined the streets of Mineola a year after the pandemic canceled the parade.2m read
The grand marshal will be Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder. Mayor Christopher Devane said he hopes the March 12 parade, which will honor local first responders, becomes a longstanding tradition.2m read
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