Civil War History: Massachusetts Irish Regiment Musters on December 13, 1861

Goody Glover Day in Boston Pays Homage to Irish Woman Hanged as Witch in 1688

Blind Irish Harpist Matthew Wall Performs and Teaches in Boston in 1832

Canadian American Club of Watertown Formed in Boston on May 19, 1937

The Boston Celtics and the Luck of the Irish

South Boston Historical Society Giving Tours of St. Augustine's Cemetery on Saturday, October 13

Larry Reynolds and Boston's Tara Ceili Band, 1961

Democratic National Convention Pays Tribute to the Late Senator Ted Kennedy

South Boston Vietnam Memorial Re-Dedication Ceremony on Sunday, September 16

Boston AOH Honors Irish Civil War Soldiers at Toll Gate Cemetery in Jamaica Plain on September 1

South Boston's James B. Connolly - First Medalist in Modern Olympics in 1896

Boston's World Peace Jubilee Took Place on June 17-July 4, 1872

Guided Tours of Boston's Irish Heritage Trail Starting Today

From Honey Fitz to Sweet Caroline: A Century of Fenway

Fenway Park - an Irish-American Landmark for 100 Years

John McDermott of New York City wins the first Boston Marathon in 1897

Johnny Kelley - Boston's Great Marathon Man

Take a Tour of the Boston Irish Heritage Trail Today

St. Patrick's Day Weekend: Guided Tours of Boston Irish Heritage Trail

Discover 300 Years of History on the Boston Irish Heritage Trail - Guided Tours on March 14-18

St. Patrick's Day in Boston - free magazine available at tourism centers

Boston Massacre Reenactment Taking Place on Saturday, March 10 in Downtown Boston

Fenway Park is now in the National Register of Historic Places

Charitable Irish Society celebrates Irish connections to Fenway Park on March 1 at the Bleacher Bar in Boston

Ireland's Famous Bard, Thomas Moore (1779-1852)

Fund Raiser for Deer Island Irish Memorial Taking Place on Friday, February 24, in Hingham

Baseball Star Mike King Kelly Signed to Play in Boston in February 1887

Boston Mayor Kevin White, 1929-2012

Robert Burns Statue in Boston's Winthrop Square Honors Famed Scottish Poet

George M. Cohan, Irish-American Broadway Star, is Honored in Providence

Irish Pipers Club of Boston Holds its First Concert on January 11, 1910 in the South End

Boston Elects First Irish-Born Mayor, Hugh O'Brien of County Cork