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People who join health clubs at the start of the year tend to stop going by mid-February.
A couple in Rockford, Ill. are the proud parents of a set of twins born at Rockford Memorial Hospital on opposite sides of the clock striking midnight on New Year's Eve.
Like it or not, New Year's Eve is associated with alcohol. And that message is making its way to our kids.
Subway stations will be open from 7 a.m. to 3 a.m. on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
Families in the region need not worry about avoiding overly-boozy affairs or finding a safe venue for children to ring in 2011. Many localities are planning alcohol-free, family-friendly holiday festivals New Year's Eve to prepare for the fireworks.
The Washington Area Bicyclist Association is asking its members to make their New Year's Resolutions so everyone can be safer on D.C. roads.