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Mary Carr Mayle

To help our readers get through the stresses of tax season and better prepare for the year ahead, the Savannah Morning News and Savannahnow.com have again teamed up with Hancock Askew &Co. to take questions regarding individual and small business returns.

Katie Nussbaum

Bill Dawers / City Talk

I hope everyone had a safe and fun St. Patrick’s Day, but keep in mind that the holiday isn’t quite over. The traditional post-St. Paddy’s Irish Road Bowling Tournament is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on March 25. The tournament takes place on the old racetrack on Hutchinson Island. Who knew that rolling a metal ball down the road could be so much fun?

Michael Owens

There are roughly 27,000 people who work in tourism in Savannah who are taking a deep breath today. They’re breathing deeply, gearing up for tourism’s peak season. Savannah’s St. Patrick’s Day kicks off a new season for us. As the parade has wrapped up another year, everyone is girding up for peak season. It’s here, and we’re ready.

Food & Dining

Every single spring, there are three sure, inescapable things that overtake Savannah: pine pollen, taxes, and St. Patrick’s Day. On the outside chance that you’re experiencing your first Savannah celebration of the feast of Patrick, patron saint of Ireland, it’s a community-wide affair, crossing just about every line you can think of (including, at times, the line of good taste, but that’s another story).