With the new calendar year ushering in a clean slate, it’s an ideal time to review your financial habits, take stock of savings and retirement accounts and set meaningful money resolutions.
D.C.’s wettest year on record is planning on going out with a bang. The rain is expected to start around 7 a.m. New Year’s Eve and carry us into 2019, according to StormTeam4 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts.
Good riddance 2018. Hello 2019. See how people around the globe are ushering in 2019.
Thanks to free ride-shares and Metro’s extended hours, you won’t have to worry about getting home safely after you ring in the New Year. Here’s what you need to know as you travel around D.C.
The holiday season is wrapping up and, hopefully, what’s left of your energy can now be focused on one last detail: Which wines to serve on New Year’s Eve? And guess which wine goes with just about anything … Champagne!
While you were sipping your New Year’s bubbly, some of 2018’s first babies were born in D.C.-area hospitals.
Celebrations all over the world welcomed the arrival of a new year with fireworks and national traditions. See photos of New Year’s traditions and celebrations from across the globe.
A wind chill advisory has been issued for the D.C. region on New Year’s Day. Wind chill temperatures will be in the single digits, increasing risk of frostbite and hypothermia.
New Year’s is one of the biggest party days of the year and might be one of the most expensive for ride sharers. Here’s how to save some money.
It’s the price you pay for a night of boozy fun. But if you’re smart, you can get a discount. Here’s how you can prepare for the big night and survive The Day After.
If you want this new year to be better for your bank account than the last year, give these ideas a try.
The biggest night of the year is almost here. From family-friendly fun to glitzy galas, here are 10 things you can do on New Year’s Eve.
Here are some of the world’s good luck traditions for the new year to enhance your chances at prosperity in 2018.
“Yes, I see the irony in the number, but 911 would-be drunk drivers taken off the roadways by this local, lifesaving program,” says Kurt Erickson, president of Washington Regional Alcohol Program.
Repeat after me: “I will drink more sparkling wines and Champagne in 2017.”
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