New Years Eve
Sanitation workers rolled into Times Square shortly after the ball dropped Wednesday to begin picking up after revelers who gathered to usher-in the new year.
Two people were injured Tuesday night, when a knife fight broke out at the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
Before you officially welcome 2014 you may want to consider some of the superstitious ways that other people will be ringing in the New Year.
More than one million revelers are expected to gather at the Crossroads of the World for the the big event, which is also expected to be watched by over a billion people worldwide.
If you plan to welcome 2014 in Times Square, police want you to know that backpacks and large bags, as well as alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
Nearly 800 people have been hard at work putting the finishing touches on the big event, which is expected to be watched by more than a million people in Times Square and over a billion worldwide.
Cold air was moving into the Tri-State Area Monday night, and it could be setting the stage for the first major snowstorm of the season later in the week.
County Executive Edward Mangano says police will be targeting drunk drivers to stop senseless alcohol-related accidents during one of the busiest party days of the year.
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The 30,000 LED lights on the New Year’s Eve ball at Times Square are being fueled in part by pedal power.
The performance stages are being built and crews are getting the celebration’s famed ball ready.
John McCarthy, bartender and beverage director of the Greenwich Project in the West Village, stopped by the Couch to create the perfect cocktail menu for your party.
The poll looked at the public’s expectations for the new year and asked their opinions about the most important news stories and pop culture moments of 2013.
The breathless drama of New York City’s Times Square Countdown to the New Year has gone miniature with a streamlined free app for electronic devices.
Part of the Crossroads of the World is undergoing a three-year, $40 million makeover in an effort to make the area more pedestrian friendly.