Thousands Ring In 2019 From Rain-Soaked Times Square SpectacularThe confetti and ball drop have been tested and security is in place as Times Square counts down to 2019.
Police Ready With New Tech To Keep New Year's Eve Celebrations SafeNew levels of security are being added to Times Square to protect over a million people that police expect to celebrate the New Year’s Eve ball drop Monday night.
'Good Riddance Day' Shreds Year's Past Woes, Bad Memories In Times Square CelebrationThe event, now in its 12th year, began at noon in Times Square Plaza between 45th and 46th streets.
Children’s Museum To Feature Kid’s Early New Year’s CelebrationSome kids participated in an early celebration at the Children's Museum on Friday, sharing their wishes and resolutions for 2019.
Last-Minute Tips To Amp Up Your New Year's Eve PartyIf you're still trying to brainstorm ideas for your New Year's Eve party, Little Miss Party Planner shared some ideas to make your celebration sparkle.
New Year's Eve On A Budget? CBS2 Gets Tips From ExpertNew Year's Eve is a big deal in New York City, and the celebration could end up costing you big bucks.
Times Square New Year's Eve Ball Ready To Welcome 2019Workers are busy installing the 192 new sparkling triangles made of Waterford crystal that will adorn this year's Times Square New Year's Eve ball.
Best Things To Do In NY This Weekend: Dec. 30 & 31Close out 2017 by visiting an original manuscript by Charles Dickens, catching some cool Japanese anime, or going for a run.
Best Offbeat New Year's Eve Events In NYFun and unusual ways to welcome 2018.
Mariah Carey, Production Company Spar Over New Year’s Eve PerformanceDick Clark Productions responded Monday, to suggestions that they intentionally sabotaged Mariah Carey's performance on New Year's Eve.
On Stage Meltdown Prompts Early New Year's Exit For Mariah CareyAfter wowing fans with her vocal acrobatics for more than a quarter of a century, the legendary singer paced around stage unable to sing her own songs Saturday evening.
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.