All the rain on New Year's Eve didn't stop revelers from ringing in the new year in one South Jersey community.
Downtown Hammonton held their second annual New Year's Eve Bash complete with a giant blueberry ball drop at midnight.
And to make the blueberry ball drop even more special this year, officials added a dazzling fireworks display to start the new year off with a bang.
The free event also featured vendors, food trucks, outdoor music, and live performances.
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