Blarney Stone comes to Savannah for good causes

Kiss it and create more than luck for local charities
Smith’s idea was infectiously simple: Buy a piece of the Blarney Stone, bring it to the South’s biggest Irish party and have people kiss it to raise money for various charities

If you bike

Tips for bicycling into the St. Patrick’s Day celebration
While Savannah’s bicycling infrastructure is in many ways not as complete or as friendly as it could be, there are some key bike routes

If you don’t drive

Tips for navigating the celebration without your own vehicle
There's also this thing called a DUI you really want to avoid

If you drive

We don’t recommend driving downtown on parade day. But here are some tips if you do
Fortunately there are several options for those opting to drive close to the festival area

Green Day: Family traditions are the story of St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah

The families invited a few friends and a tradition was born, one that has grown remarkably over the years.

St. Patrick’s FAQs 

Frequently Asked Questions about Savannah’s favorite celebration, updated for 2019
St. Patty’s Day in the SAV is lit, fam!

The Savannah St. Patrick's Day Parade

At over 3 miles and 3 hours long, with about 300 total units, it is a marathon trek not only for participants, but sometimes for watchers as well

18 for '18: The Year in Review

Our not-fake news roundup of the year that was
1. Fire Fee Fiasco

Rockin’ & Runnin’

Savannah Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and Half Marathon brings music, energy to town all weekend
The Savannah Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon is the last qualifier race for the Boston Marathon, and its combination of comparatively flat terrain and generally pleasant weather makes it easier to log a really good time

The Starland Village Files: Part Two

RFPs, zoning battle reveal tight relationship between City of Savannah and developer
IN THE first installment of the Starland Village Files — all drawn from emails in the public record — we learned of the City’s strenuous efforts to work closely with The Foram Group, the developer behind the controversial, $40 million modern mixed-use development in the Victorian neighborhood, opposed by many residents mostly for its sheer size and incompatibility with other buildings in the area. This week we take a closer look at the Request for Proposals (RFP) to purchase a police precinct, and the battle over zoning.

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