No, this is not the Aquarium playing a Halloween trick! A lobster with an orange side and a black side, perfectly split down the middle, has just arrived in its appropriate Halloween colors.
Due to storm damage from Hurricane Sandy and power outages, some communities have postponed trick-or-treating.
The kids are getting ready to hit the streets and fill up those pillow cases with candy. Parents are preparing to deal with the resulting sugar highs.
Halloween night is just about here, but People have been out and about all week in Boston showing off their Halloween Costumes.
Sandy threatened to play a nasty trick on Salem’s annual Halloween bash, but the storm caused only minor damage to the “Witch City” and the festivities will go on as planned.
Halloween tricks or treats come along only once a year, but the consequences of financial decisions we make usually last far past the next Halloween.
The seaport city of Gloucester is urging residents to celebrate Halloween early because of the hurricane that’s threatening next week. Local officials are encouraging trick or treating between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday, instead of Wednesday as tradition holds.
Buying flame resistant Halloween costumes and checking your child’s candy before they dig in, were some of the tips Undersecretary of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation Barbara Anthony offered Tuesday.
Dress up the whole family for everything from the Salem witch trials to a scientific celebration sure to please this Halloween season. These are Boston’s best alternatives to trick-or-treating.
What Celeb would you rather dress like this Halloween?