Trick or treating
Keep your kids safe this Halloween night by going over some trick-or-treating safety tips with them.
New York metro area residents had other issues on their minds when Halloween came and went last week, but in New Jersey, some families were out trick-or-treating Monday night – albeit five days later than usual.
Authorities will be making sure that no sex offenders answer their doors to trick-or-treaters. They will also look for any Halloween decorations on their homes that could be inviting to children.
Keep trick-or-treaters scary and safe this Halloween with tips for costuming, pumpkin carving, and protecting those little goblins who can’t wait to haunt the neighborhood in search of goodies and other ghouls.
Westchester County has once again this Halloween invited sex offenders to a mandatory meeting during prime trick or treating time.
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