Probation and Parole to Support Halloween Safety on Tuesday Evening

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This coming Tuesday night, October 31st Probation Officers will be out in the community to help support Halloween safety for kids and families. Designated probationers are required to remain inside their homes with outside lights turned off and are prohibited from distributing candy or participating in Halloween-related activities. High risk homeless sex offenders under Probation supervision are…

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Traffic and Pedestrian-Related Safety Concerns as Halloween Approaches

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Halloween is a statistically dangerous night for drunk driving. Between 2016 and 2020, 129 drunk-driving fatalities occurred on Halloween night (6 p.m. October 31 – 5:59 a.m. November 1), According to NHTSA. Adults between the ages of 21 and 34 had the highest percentage–68%–of fatalities in drunk-driving crashes on Halloween night in 2020. During that…

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It’s Almost Time For OC-toberfest

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Ocean City will offer up spooky fall family fun through the rest of the month, including the 10th O.C.Toberfest this Friday through Sunday. Activities include the giant Halloween Beach Maze. Saturday will feature the Howl-O-Ween Pet Parade on the boardwalk, starting at 1:00 p.m. near North Division Street. Participants are encouraged to dress up their…

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Georgetown Sets Hours, Guidelines For Halloween

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Whether to trick-or-treat, and whether to donate candy, is up to the citizens of Georgetown. Due to COVID-19 considerations, the Town is asking that residents who are interested in offering Halloween treats on October 31st to turn on their porch lights. Also, trick-or-treaters are asked to refrain from approaching a home that does not have…

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Rehoboth Beach Encourages A Safe, Healthy Halloween

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Rehoboth Beach is encouraging citizens and visitors to enjoy a safe Halloween.In the year of the pandemic, that means that door-to-door trick-or-treating is discouraged under guidance from Delaware Public Health and the CDC – at least not without some modification.Those who want to give out treats are encouraged to find a way to do it…

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Delaware State Police offers Halloween safety tips

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Halloween is almost here and Delaware State Police would like to remind parents, children, motorists and those handing out candy to remain alert and stay safe during this Halloween season. Please take a minute to read over these safety tips provided by Delaware State Police and share with your friends and families, so everyone can…

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UPDATED: 2019 HALLOWEEN EVENTS & TRICK OR TREAT

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TRUNK OR TREAT EVENTS Thu, Oct 31 – 6-8pm – Conley’s UM Church, Jolyns Way, Angola 302-945-1881 HAUNTED HOUSES The Cemetery House – 205 W. 10th Street/Laurel Vol Fire Dept Admission $10 or $9 with a canned good donation OPEN  October  11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26  Tickets sold from 7 to 11pm SELBYVILLE HALLOWEEN…

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Sea Witch Parade Cancelled

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The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce has announced the 2018 Sea Witch Parade is cancelled due to high winds predicted with a coastal nor’easter for Saturday, Oct. 27. All other planned festival activities will continue as listed in the program or online at www.beach-fun.com

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