Debbie McGoldrick is Senior Editor of the Irish Voice newspaper, where she has worked since 1991.
Her writings cover politics, immigration and community issues. She is also the editor of the Voice’s annual Irish Legal 100 and Irish Education 100 issues.
A cousin of the famed Rooney family of Pittsburgh is seeking a seat on the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas, after spending close to 15 years in private practice.
Can an Irish party be fun without a fully stocked bar? Absolutely, say members of the Pioneer Total Abstinence Association.
Just one year after launching an Irish “birthright” program aimed at bringing young Irish Americans to Ireland for a summer camp, the Irish government has canceled the program for 2017.
The famous singer has said Ireland is toxic for her well-being, and she is on the mend in New York.
James O’Neill talks about his Irish background, keeping the city safe, President Trump and, of course, St. Patrick’s Day.
The McDonalds are “so grateful” for support after death of father Steven. Donald Trump among well-wishers.
The board of directors of the New York City St. Patrick’s Day parade has two new members, both of whom have been involved in the parade for several years.
On December 20, Bronx Supreme Court Judge Robert Johnson released a 12-page ruling which gave Dunleavy’s attorney Francis Young 20 days to file an amended complaint.
Bronx Supreme Court Judge Robert Johnson delivered a stern message to attorney Francis X. Young, acting on behalf of the plaintiffs – do not return to court in an attempt to rush a decision.
What to do when you’re paralyzed and facing a lifetime in bed? Start studying for a cure, which is exactly what Frank Reynolds did.