Counting Down To The Countdown: Times Square Starts New Year's Eve PreparationsThe New Year's Eve ball drop has been a New York City tradition since 1907, withstanding the test of time. 
Experts: Most New Year’s Resolutions Last Less Than 6 MonthsWe all make them, but some are better than others at keeping their New Year's resolutions.
Crews Clean Up Times Square Following Frigid New Year's Eve CelebrationSanitation crews moved-in with blowers and street sweepers to clean up the streamers and confetti left behind.
New Year's Eve Revelers Flock To Frigid Times Square Amid Heightened SecurityThe annual event is a massive security challenge for law enforcement, and this year's frigid temperatures are sure to make matters more demanding.
Morristown, N.J. Celebrates Family-Friendly 'First Night' For New Year's EveMorris County, New Jersey prepared to ring in the New Year Sunday night with a family-friendly First Night celebration.
Full List Of NYE Street Closures Leading Up To Times Square Ball DropWith enhanced security comes a laundry list of street closures in and around Time Square.
Checking Out The Glitz Behind This Year's Times Square NYE BallTom Brennan from Waterford Crystal stopped by with more on this year's ball, which has nearly 2,700 panels and 32,000 LED lights.
Ring In The New Year With These Tasty TreatsFear not! Chef Mark Bailey stopped by with some party ideas to help you count down to midnight in style.
Extreme Cold Will Test New Year's Revelers; Some Events IcedCity and state health officials are advising people to cover all exposed skin, and wear a hat, scarf and gloves.
Tasty Alternatives To Champagne For Your New Year's ToastCo-Founder of Wheeling Forward and Wine on Wheels, Yannick Benjamin, stopped by with some options for toasting the new year.
De Blasio: Not A 'Great Idea' To Bring Young Kids To Times Square NYE Given Extreme ColdMayor Bill de Blasio said Friday that while people of all ages will be permitted to come to the New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square, he would urge people not to bring their young children given the extreme cold.