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Hoboken's kids went trick or treating on Monday, after Halloween was postponed because of Sandy.
"Postponing Halloween celebrations by five days is a commonsense and necessary step" during post-Sandy cleanup, the governor says. Towns that have already moved Halloween can keep the new date.
The maze will be open on Tuesday Oct. 30 at 6 p.m.
There won't be a haunted house presented by the Russo Civic Association this year.
Patch Reads, Halloween
Check out ReadKiddoRead's list of the best Halloween books for kids.
We're searching for the best Halloween Costume in America. Enter yourself or your kids for a chance to win $5,000.
Implement these little-known secrets when carving your jack-o-lantern this year.
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