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'Dating Sunday' A Big Day For People Looking For Love On AppsCBS2's Dave Carlin has more on the search for a partner in advance of Valentine's Day.
It's Once Again Time For New Year's ResolutionsCBS2's Dave Carlin has more on how the coronavirus pandemic is influencing how people plan to change their lives for the better in 2021.
Crews Get To Work Cleaning Up ConfettiIt was a New Year's Eve celebration unlike any other Thursday in Times Square.
New Jersey Residents Find Safe Ways To Usher In 2021New Year's Eve celebrations are different this year, but many people are still finding creative, festive ways to welcome 2021; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Essential Workers Ring In 2021 In Mostly Empty Times SquareThe COVID pandemic changed our lives and is now changing how we celebrate the last night of 2020. Spectators are missing from Times Square this year, but there's still hope in the air as we look forward to 2021; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
New Yorkers Celebrating New Year With Traditions From All Over WorldNew Year's traditions from over the world can be found in our area. Some you've heard of and some you have not, but what they have in common is a desire to bring good luck, health and wealth; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Rainy, Deserted Times Square To Ring In 2021Times Square typically sees tens of thousands of people for New Year's Eve, but this year there are no crowded streets packed with spectators because of the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Mayor De Blasio's Daily Briefing On NYE In NYCMayor Bill de Blasio holds coronavirus briefing on New Year's Eve in New York City.
Times Square Nearly Empty For New Year's EveWe're typically used to seeing tens of thousands of people fill Times Square for New Year's Eve, but the pandemic is leading to historic restrictions this year. CBS2's John Dias has the very latest.
Times Square Getting Ready To Shut Down For Spectator-Free New Year's EveFirst thing Thursday morning, parts of Times Square will shut down to get ready for New Year's Eve. Any other year, people would be camping out all day, but this year, police will be patrolling to make sure everyone stays out; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Mulchfest Kicks Off, Runs Through January 9It's time to recycle your Christmas trees.
Preparations Underway For Times Square New Year's Eve Celebration Without SpectatorsTimes Square is running through the final touches for the big ball drop to ring in the New Year Thursday night. The celebration will be unlike any other; it's closed to the public; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
NYPD On NYE Security In Times SquareNYPD officials share update on New Year's Eve security in Times Square.
Preps Continue For COVID-Influenced New Year's Eve In Times SquareThe NYPD will be on hand to protest the city, but will be deploying less officers than in past years. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
New Year's Eve Ball Drop TestThe annual test of the New Year's Eve ball will be held Wednesday in Times Square.
Celebration Held In East Harlem Marking 4th Day Of KwanzaaA celebration was held Tuesday in East Harlem to mark the fourth day of Kwanzaa.
Confetti Test In Times SquareConfetti rained down Tuesday in Times Square -- a small test of what's to come on New Year's Eve.
New Year's Eve Confetti Test Held TuesdayConfetti rained down Tuesday in Times Square -- a small test of what's to come on New Year's Eve.
NYE Confetti Test And Street ClosuresSome colorful confetti will rain down in Times Square on Tuesday -- a small test of what's to come on New Year's Eve.
Local Communities Organize 'Sharing Tables' To Donate To Neighbors In NeedIt's inspiring to see the innovative ways neighbors are helping neighbors - and strangers, too - by providing the necessities during these uncertain times. Some are giving the food off their tables. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Stores Adapting Return Policies As Online Sales SoarAfter a surge in online holiday sales, gift returns are looking a bit different this year.
Troop 6000 Brings Scout Program To Children In SheltersThis holiday season has been especially hard on families with kids. The challenges are multiplied for families living in shelters. But a century-old organization has stepped in, offering a bright spot of support and friendship. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
Want To Experience Times Square Ball Drop Virtually? There's An App For ThatCBS2's Cory James has the latest on the app and on fears local businesses have since crowds will not be allowed to gather in Times Square on New Year's Eve.
Vendors Fearful 2021 Ball Drop In Times Square Will Be Financial BustCBS2's Dave Carlin has the story on this year's altered approach to the annual city tradition.