Massive Cleanup In Times Square After New Year's Revelers Ring In 2017A small army of city employees including 235 sanitation workers, 45 police officers and two deputy police chiefs immediately began the task of clearing the area of confetti and other garbage.
Crowds Flock To Times Square For New Year's FestivitiesA crowd amassed once again in Times Square -- with many arriving hours ahead of time -- to watch the ball drop and ring in 2017.
Sanitation Dept. Ready Ahead Of Time For Post-NYE Cleanup In Times SquareFor the city’s sanitation workers assigned to Times Square, their job starts long before the first piece of confetti falls to ring in the New Year.
Extra Security Prompts Traffic, Transit Changes For New Year's EveThe NYPD will start closing down access to Times Square -- stretching from 41st Street to 59th Street between 6th and 8th Avenues. The exact times these blocks will start closing will depend on when people start arriving to the area.
How Will You Ring In 2017? People Share Their New Years Eve TraditionsOf course, there's always the ball drop in Times Square or drinking and dancing with friends, but turns out those aren't the only ways to ring in the new year.
Crystal Ball 'Ready To Go' For Times Square New Year's Eve CelebrationThe nearly 12,000-pound ball was sent up a 130-foot pole atop One Times Square and illuminated during a test run Friday.
NYC's Best New Year's Dinners, Brunches To Ring In 2017From Midtown to Times Square and the Upper East Side, restaurants throughout the city are offering special dinners and New Year’s Day brunches.
Officials Say NYPD Ready To Keep Times Square New Year's Eve Celebration SafeAs the final preparations are made in Times Square to welcome the millions of revelers, police are preparing as well.