The Indiana Department of Transportation, Indiana State Police and Indiana Criminal Justice Institute urge drivers to watch for little ghouls and goblins trick or treating on Indiana streets this Monday evening, Oct. 31. Look out for abnormal traffic patterns as drivers turn to visit friends and family, or stop to allow pedestrians to cross.
INDOT, ISP and ICJI offer parents the following tips to
Halloween should be fun for children - dressing up in spooky costumes and shaking the neighbors down for candy - but beware that evil can lurk around every corner and behind strangers' doors.
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Looking for an alternative to walking door to door for trick or treat? Here are some local choices for your little ghosts and goblins!
Trick or Treat in the Mall
Enjoy trick-or-treating in the mall from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. on Friday, October 31 at 5000 Frederica Street...
With a 100% chance of rain, and a threat of severe weather in the forecast for Halloween, city and county officials around the Tri-State are strongly suggesting everyone play it safe and put off their trick-or-treating, and other Halloween related activities until Friday.