Public Safety Urges Pittsburghers To Stay Home And Be Safe As They 'Banish 2020 To The Ash Heap Of History'Pittsburgh Public Safety is issuing guidance about New Year's Eve celebrations ahead of Dec. 31.
CDC, Pennsylvania Department Of Health Urges People To Stay Home For New Year's Eve, New Year's CelebrationsMany Americans are ready to celebrate the end of 2020, but the CDC and Pennsylvania Department of Health are urging people to stay home from New Year's celebrations.
Virtual New Year's Eve: How To Watch Streaming Celebrations Across The CountryThe normal large gatherings on New Year's Eve won't be happening this year but cities across the U.S. are holding virtual celebrations for adults and kids.
AAA Warning Drivers To Not Drive Hungover On New Year's DayAAA is warning motorists not to drive drunk and not to drive hungover.
Preparations Underway For Pittsburgh's Highmark First Night CelebrationPreparations are underway and the countdown is on for Pittsburgh's Highmark First Night celebration.
Salvation Army Red Kettles Staying At Giant Eagle Until New Years EveThe Salvation Army's red kettles will be staying at Giant Eagle locations until New Year's Eve.
Pittsburgh Officials Remind Residents Not To Fire Guns Into Air On New Year's EveOfficials say they want to warn against an unsafe New Year's Eve tradition.
Thousands Brave Rain To Ring In 2019 At First Night PittsburghThousands of Pittsburghers braved the pouring rain and packed into 14 city blocks to celebrate the New Year.
They Eat What? New Year's Food Traditions Around The WorldAmericans who celebrate on New Year's Eve with a bottle of champagne, party hats and a kiss at midnight have an important lesson to learn from the rest of the world and even certain regions of the USA: New Year's Day is meant for food.
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New Year's Eve Celebrations Could Be Hindered By Rain, Wind AdvisoryNew Year's Eve celebrations across the region will face some hazards Monday evening.