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The Catholic League will be allowed to march with an anti-gay-marriage banner in New York City's annual gay-pride parade, organizers said on the heels of a St. Patrick's Day parade prohibition on gay-rights signs and subsequent boycott that drew widespread attention.
Anchorage police saw a significant reduction in the number of driving under the influence arrests made this year on St. Patrick's Day compared to last year.
St. Patrick's Day may have come and gone this year, but Rhode Island lawmakers are extending the festivities with a joint event also honoring St. Joseph's Day.
The Catholic League is sending a strong message to three different beer brewery companies that boycotted St. Patrick's Day parades over gay rights issues: We should boycott you, too.
The final numbers are in and officials say more than 400 people were arrested in Arizona for DUI-related offenses over St. Patrick's Day weekend.
Guinness, the maker of the popular Irish beer, will nonetheless be missing from one of New York City's biggest Irish-based draws — this Monday's St. Patrick's Day parade, due to the march's prohibition on open displays of gay rights.
The Colorado State Patrol is stepping up DUI enforcement across the state for St. Patrick's Day.
New York City's St. Patrick's Day paraders stepped off Monday without the participation of liberal Mayor Bill de Blasio, and few noticed or cared.
A weekend of St. Patrick's Day revelry and tensions over the exclusion of gays in some of the celebrations culminated Monday in New York, where the world's largest parade celebrating Irish heritage stepped off without the city's new mayor and Guinness beer amid a dispute over whether participants can carry pro-gay signs.