A local dentist is trying to save children’s teeth, and provide some treats to members of the U.S. military for the fifth year in a row.
Last night, trick-or-treaters really earned their candy, considering the miserable weather. So, you might find it surprising that a lot of kids were giving their candy away today, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.
They say Halloween night is a dangerous night to be a pedestrian and the experience of a North Shore family illustrates why, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.
The first – and perhaps worst – trick for Chicagoans this Halloween just might be the wicked weather.
Police in southwest suburban Channahon were trying to figure out how a real headstone ended up in a Halloween display.
It might be better to skip trick-or-treating this year because the scariest part of Halloween could be the weather, with Friday expected to be extremely cold and windy, with a chance of rain or even — snow.
There are only a couple of nights left to catch this year’s spooktacular offering by an Orland Park couple that’s made a big deal out of Halloween for more than a dozen years.
Chilly conditions continue in the Chicago area, although there will be dry conditions throughout the day.
Kane County Undersheriff Pat Gengler said it’s prudent to know whose door your kids are knocking on, and make sure they’re accompanied by an adult. He expects a busy Halloween this Friday.
Whether families are looking for trick-or-treating hours in their neighborhood or looking to take a road trip to a nearby town, there are plenty of options for Halloween.
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Bring the family and your pooch out to Wicker Park for a little Halloween fun. Boo-Palooza, on October 25th, will transform Wicker Park Garden on Damen Avenue in to a Halloween Festival ground.
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