About The Irish Herald
The Irish Herald is the oldest Irish newspaper on the West Coast. Founded in 1962, the free monthly paper has provided the Irish community with an invaluable service.
Since its relaunch in 1996, The Irish Herald continues to inform and entertain the ever-increasing Irish population by way of international and local Irish news, entertainment listings, music and book reviews, advice on immigration, real estate, business and finance, travel stories and sports updates.
The Irish Herald's 30,000 readers—Irish immigrants ranging from the new arrivals to veterans of 30 or 40 years; Americans conducting business with Irish; or Americans with Irish ancestry—value their heritage and like to support local business. Whether you are looking to promote travel, telecommunications, insurance, construction, Irish produce or almost any service or product, The Irish Herald has proven to be the definitive source for information about Irish and Irish-American business on the West Coast.
Each month, an updated Irish Yellow Pages, where businesses advertise and are seen at-a-glance under their own trade category, appears in The Irish Herald.
The Irish Herald's Classified Advertising includes employment opportunities, accommodations, etc. For information on the Irish Yellow Pages (see form on reverse side) or Classified Advertising, call (415) 665-6653
Deadlines for Yellow Pages and Classified Advertising is the 22nd of each month.
During the first week of each month, The Irish Herald is distributed to the most recognized Irish establishments along the West Coast—from Seattle to San Diego. Circulation is between 25,000 and 30,000. Continued demand for a quality Irish paper has led to expansion into southern California, and increased circulation is expected throughout the West Coast in 2002.
Contacting The Irish Herald
The Irish Herald
223 Victoria Road
Burlingame, CA 94010
Telephone: (650) 3443765 or 415-609-1860