Vice President Mike Pence's arrival in Savannah was marked with gifts, including a books and a green "Make St. Pat's Day Great" again hat. Pence took to twitter to thank the city and Mayor Eddie Deloach for they're hospitality.
Vice President Mike Pence will be at Savannah's St. Patrick's Day Parade Saturday. LGBTQ community leaders express concern about Pence's political beliefs, and business owners worry about customers being deterred by security rules.
Security measures have increased for the 2018 Savannah, Georgia St. Patrick's Day parade since U.S. Vice President Mike Pence announced he would be visiting on March 17. Parking will be limited, checkpoints will be set up and limited items will be allowed in.
Bluffton and Hilton Head Island residents and visitors have a number of options to get to Savannah’s St. Patrick’s Day festival — including a ferry, a party bus or even reserving parking spots ahead of time.
Vice President Mike Pence might be coming to Savannah, GA for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade being held on Saturday, March 17, 2018. The reports from WTOC and WJCL are unconfirmed, but his attendance could be confirmed early this week.
From fines that could be issued by the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department to helpful tips from the same, there are plenty of things to be aware of before heading to the Savannah St. Patrick's Day celebrations.