Reese's wants to visit your neighborhood and give you a hands-free trick or treating experience. They are unveiling a tricked out Halloween front door to give all of the kids contactless candy. Here's how to nominate your neighborhood.
There have been so many events canceled in the last six months because of the coronavirus pandemic but there is one that won't be shut down. Halloween 2020 is happening and to get you ready the largest Halloween stores in the Capital Region are open now or opening this month.
I remember when I was younger, my Mom would always have to take a second look at all of my candy, just in case someone put in poison or razor blades. Looks like that is still happening but these awful human beings are getting more clever.
While the majority of Trick-orTreaters are still targeting Wednesday as the day most candy carnage will be done, the rainy soggy Capital Region weekend forecast has been a real bummer; dampening any Saturday and some Sunday fun. What's the outlook for Halloween? Quite ominous to be honest with you.
It's not just razor blades, pins, shards of glass and other things that you need to be mindful of when looking through your kid's Halloween bag. A dangerous, yet legal "tropical fusion gummi" candy could be making it's way into bags, police say.
Last week, I asked for help finding the best Halloween candy for my neighborhood. This is the first Halloween I'm spending in my new house. One of you gave me the best idea and I want to make sure everyone knows about it this year.