New Yorkers Finding Socially Distant, Safe Ways To Celebrate HalloweenIf you were wondering about Halloween this year, know it is not dead.
Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze Lights Up Westchester County With COVID Restrictions In PlaceWhile the pandemic didn't stop it from going on, there are some changes this year.
SEE IT: NICU Babies At NYU Winthrop Hospital Get Dressed Up For HalloweenOne very special nursing unit for the tiniest trick-or-treaters is going all out to keep families happy and hopeful.
Airbnb Warns Guests: No Halloween Parties This Weekend In New JerseyAirbnb warned it may take legal action against any guests who violate those rules.
Mayor De Blasio Urging New Yorkers To Avoid Holiday Travel As Coronavirus Cases Tick Up In NYCCoronavirus cases are creeping up in New York City, prompting Mayor de Blasio to urge New Yorkers to stay put this holiday season.
New Jersey Family Puts Zombie Display Back In Front Yard After Complaints About TrafficOver the weekend, police officers arrived at the home after neighbors complained about the traffic from people stopping to look at the zombies.
Some Hawthorne, N.J. Residents Upset Halloween Tradition 'Zombie House' Taken Down Over Traffic ComplaintsAn elaborate Halloween display enjoyed by many in a New Jersey neighborhood has been taken down.
Trick-Or-Treating Is Allowed In New York City On Halloween, De Blasio SaysHe says it will be different this year and rules will have to be followed to keep children safe.
'Purple Pumpkin Project' Hopes To Spread Message Of COVID Safety During Halloween On Long IslandPutting a photo of a purple pumpkin in your window will let trick-or-treaters know you're using safety precautions.
Stew Leonard's In One Long Island Town Trying Halloween Drive-Thru Display To Keep People SafeHalloweens is looking a little different this year. With social distancing, parents and local leaders are trying to figure out safe and spooky ways to celebrate.
Glen Ridge Joins Other New Jersey Towns In Banning Trick-Or-Treating For HalloweenGlen Ridge put out a notice citing the CDC, which determined it's a high-risk activity to participate in traditional Halloween trick-or-treating.