New Year’s Eve
Movie audiences celebrated ‘New Year’s Eve’ on the early side this year, but in much more modest numbers than were expected.
Mayor Michael A. Nutter today announced that the new tradition of two fireworks on New Year’s Eve will continue as SugarHouse Casino returns to present Twice the Fireworks, Twice the Fun with two different shows 6 p.m. and Midnight, lighting up the skies over the Delaware River.
Thousands of kids celebrated the new year here at the Please Touch Museum at the museum’s annual “Countdown to Noon.”
It is obvious that if you plan to go out and drink alcohol as part of the New Year’s celebration you need to have a designated driver or you need to stay off the road.
The district attorney and the police department issued their annual warning Thursday about the dangers of firing guns into the air to celebrate the New Year, and they spoke of the consequences for all concerned.
The shells that will be launched pyrotecnics displays over the Delaware River tomorrow night are being loaded and wired at a ship yard in Camden today.
A Bucks County paramedic warns that New Years is a time when many make the mistake of drinking and driving.
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Many Philadelphia restaurants and bars are offering New Year’s Eve packages with a free show — a spectacular view of the city’s fireworks display.
CBS 3 and KYW Newsradio 1060 will once again broadcast Philadelphia’s New Year’s Eve fireworks live from Penn’s Landing at midnight on December 31st.
There’s a whole list of family friendly events taking place on New Year’s Eve.
Stress levels go up for everyone during November and December with the holidays coming on. But a local expert says you might be surprised at just what will trigger a domestic violence situation.
Now that the holiday season is here, have you made your plans for New Year’s Eve? The City of Philadelphia is planning to ring in 2011 with a bang.
Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced today that the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC) will continue to produce not one but two fireworks shows this New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2010, due to the generous support of the new presenting sponsor, SugarHouse Casino.