New Year’s Eve
How many people actually know the history behind one of the most joyous seasons?
A digital electronic billboard long planned for the top of the old Lit Brothers building, at 8th and Market Streets, is now just three months away from reality.
New Year’s Eve in Philadelphia means two fireworks shows. One to officially ring in 2014 at midnight and a 6 p.m. display that brought in a lot of families.
The Countdown to Noon was accompanied by cheers as hundreds of parents and children crowded under the dome to watch the Please Touch Museum’s version of the ball drop.
In New York, they drop a huge, crystal-encrusted ball to mark the arrival of the new year. In Bethlehem, Pa., it’s the “Peeps chick drop.”
“Bullets go up, and they do come down, and we have no control over where they land and who they might injure,” police commissioner Charles Ramsey said.
The undisputable mushroom capital of the world, right here in Chester County, Pa., is holding a family-friendly New Year’s Eve event that includes a new tradition: its first “Mushroom Drop.”
If your New Year’s resolution is to start running, why wait ’til morning? You can do a 5K run at the stroke of midnight.
The New Year’s Live app lets you experience the excitement of New Year’s around the world with live Webcam feeds ranging from Amsterdam and Tokyo to the US.
Chef Jack McDavid, of Jack’s Firehouse, shared some delicious bacon and chocolate appetizers that are perfect for your New Year’s Eve parties.
More than 4,000 shells were loaded onto barges at the Philadelphia Navy Yard Sunday in preparation for the New Year’s Eve fireworks shows.
Chris May, Jessica Dean and Kathy Orr Host ‘Celebrate 2014,’ Live Fireworks Special December 31st, 11:30 P.M. On CBS 3
CBS 3 will once again ring in the New Year with a live broadcast of Penn’s Landing’s New Year’s Eve fireworks spectacular.
The highlights include not one but two fireworks displays. KYW Newsradio anchorman Steve Nikazy will voice the shows.
Citing the senseless violence that “makes my head spin,” a Philadelphia judge sentenced a 23-year-old man to 10-20 years in prison for his role in a shootout that left 5 people, all innocent bystanders, wounded.
Little news fans turned out at First Night Haddonfield on New Year’s Eve on Monday, Dec. 31st, 2012.