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Halloween

Halloween
A collection of news and information related to Halloween published by this site and its partners.

Top Halloween Articles

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  • Cut Your Own Christmas Tree

    Cut Your Own Christmas Tree
    Like always, Christmas seemed to bombard us this year. As soon as Halloween passed, yup, there they were in the foyer of Home Depot. Sparkly, shining, blinking decorations. Just as the turkey was digested, the carols came on the radio and the stockings...
  • Wedded: Ashley Citrano and Chris Shanklin

    Wedded: Ashley Citrano and Chris Shanklin
    Date: Oct. 18 Her story: Ashley Citrano, 28, grew up in Nottingham. She is an animal care technician at Defenders of Animal Rights Inc. in Phoenix, Baltimore County. Her parents, Vera and Michael Citrano, live in Nottingham. His story: Chris Shanklin,...
  • Leftover Halloween candy? Take it to work

    Leftover Halloween candy? Take it to work
    We made our choices, and now we have to live with them. No, we're not talking about Tuesday's election. We're talking about the choices we made in late October, standing in the candy aisle at Target or Jewel or CVS, surveying the bags of Halloween...
  • Tobinworld holds annual Halloween celebration

    Tobinworld holds annual Halloween celebration
    Tobinworld held its annual Halloween Day celebration on Friday, Oct. 31 at the Glendale campus. Students came to school decked out in costumes to participate in a parade, followed by a special haunted house and trick or treating throughout the morning....
  • Halloween crash victim was Irvine lawyer, devoted father

    Halloween crash victim was Irvine lawyer, devoted father
    John Roger Alcorn and his 4-year-old son, John Lincoln, were inseparable. The 65-year-old Alcorn was a busy lawyer. But friends say he tried to spend as much time as possible with his son, including regular Saturday morning coffee with friends. He...
  • Religion column: Take the time to reflect on your spiritual journey

    It was a hot summer day, one of the hottest days in August, as I recall. I was amazed when I saw it. On display at the front of the store were shelves of Halloween candy. "It's August!" I thought. "Who's thinking about Halloween?" I certainly wasn't....
  • Meth found in child's Halloween candy in Northern California

    Meth found in child's Halloween candy in Northern California
    A Northern California father sorting through his 8-year-old daughter's Halloween candy on Monday found a small baggie containing methamphetamine, police said. Now, police from Hercules, a town with a population of 23,000 just 25 miles northeast of San...
  • Waging a noble, solitary war against retail Christmas Creep

    Waging a noble, solitary war against retail Christmas Creep
    Already in the CVSes of this world they have begun and completed their unholy work, stripping the shelves of their cheery weight of candy corn and filling them with green and red foil boxes of seasonal truffles. Yes, Halloween is over. But they were...
  • Bag of meth found in 8-year-old California girl's Halloween candy

    Bag of meth found in 8-year-old California girl's Halloween candy
    Police in the San Francisco Bay area were seeking clues on Tuesday as to how a plastic bag of methamphetamine turned up in the Halloween candy of an 8-year-old girl. The girl's father found a pinkish-colored Ziploc pouch containing a powdery substance...
  • Donald Duck traffic trap sparks criticism

    Donald Duck traffic trap sparks criticism
    A crackdown on pedestrian safety in a New Jersey town is drawing criticism after police used a Donald Duck costume to ticket motorists for not yielding, WABC reports.  The costumed cop was part of a decoy program on Halloween to catch drivers who are...
  • Brownie troop provides 950 pounds of candy for military troops

    Brownie troop provides 950 pounds of candy for military troops
    The third-grade girls in Brownie Troop 41167 aren't just good with cookies. They're rather impressive when it comes to Halloween candy, too. The 22 girls at Horace Mann School in Oak Park decided to send their leftover Halloween candy to troops...