The floats are a constant reminder that Holyoke presents a world class parade that brings together families who’ve moved away.
Hampden County Sheriff Nick Cocchi and District Attorney Anthony Gulluni held a post-parade party at the Boys and Girls Club in Holyoke.
Thousands of people will head to Holyoke Sunday for the Saint Patrick’s Parade.
Dozens of people gathered in Holyoke at the JFK memorial to pay their respects to our 35th President.
Veterans For Peace has been trying for years to march in Sunday’s parade through the South Boston neighborhood
Apryl Sabadosa of Westfield was the first woman to cross the finish line and Shane Quinn took home top honors in the men’s division.
22News went to Northampton and Beech Street Saturday to find the roads and sidewalks ready to go.
In a city where the demographic has changed over the decades, St. Patrick’s weekend has also become about bringing the city together.
Last minute racers are able to sign up in person on Maple Street until noon on Saturday.
Holyoke’s streets are cleared and ready for the runners on Saturday and for the marchers and spectators on Sunday.
22News spoke with a woman who left Ireland more than 50 years ago for a better life in America.
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Saturday’s Holyoke St. Patrick’s Road Race is a tradition that dates back 42 years, and draws thousands of runners and spectators.
By the end of the day Friday, the Holyoke DPW plans to have all the snow removed from the sidewalks and streets along the parade route.
The German restaurant has established a St. Patrick’s Day tradition in hosting the luncheon.
Parade weekend is getting underway in Holyoke, and the Grand Colleen and members of her court were on hand to get things going.
The Aqua String Band of Philadelphia will be among the many groups performing at the Holyoke St. Patrick’s Parade.
Dozens gathered at Court Square Friday to honor the contributions that Springfield’s Irish community has made over the years.
As we inch closer to the parade in Holyoke, a band that kicks off the festivities has returned to western Massachusetts.
It is not just the DPW, but also HG&E, Holyoke Water Works employees, and private contractors are all clearing the roads and sidewalks.