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The Pirate Carrying a Mermaid Optical Illusion has been named Patch's Halloween Costume in America. Its creator—and wearer—will receive a $5,000 prize for having the most creative and innovative costume.
The Ohio winner, who will receive $250, will now be entered to win the $5,000 grand prize in Patch's Best Halloween Costume in America contest.
Trick-or-treating in Cleveland Heights was moved from Halloween night to Nov. 4 due to the weather conditions brought on by Hurricane Sandy.
Kids celebrated Halloween early with the Cedar Lee Kids Candy Crawl and the Phoenix Pumpkin Carving party Oct. 25. Browse photos submitted by business owners and add your own.
Submit your photos of past or present Halloween costumes by 11:59 p.m. Nov. 5 for a chance to win Patch's national contest.
Trick-or-treating in Cleveland Heights has been moved from Halloween night to Nov. 4 due to bad weather predicted for Wednesday.
Here's information on when you can take your kids around the neighborhood to collect candy, and a list of Halloween safety tips from the city.
Volunteers in the News, Local Connections, Halloween
PAWS supporters lent their singing talents to raise funds in suicide karaoke contest.
Whether you're on the giving end or the receiving end of Trick or Treat spoils, everybody has an order in which they eat the candy in their house post-Halloween. What's yours?
Just in time for your spooky Halloween weekend!
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