Halloween candy is everywhere, from homes to offices to even the gym. But how can people enjoy it without ruining their diets?
Dr. Katy Nelson, veterinarian
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley counts down the Top 25 scariest movies of all time.
Charlie Brown might doubt the existence of "The Great Pumpkin," but seeing may be believing.
The Salisbury Zoo is holding its annual Halloween event.
Pumpkins are popping up on porches all around town and there are some cool ways to make yours stand out from the crowd.
Farmers in a stretch of Illinois where most of the nation's pumpkins are grown say their crop looks relatively smashing and is likely to be one of the few successes in a year when severe drought baked most of the nation's heartland.
Ghosts are said to linger in the historic neighborhood, spooking residents and giving locals a glimpse of what life was like hundreds of years ago.
WTOP Garden Editor Mike McGrath recommends using everything from hot peppers, to deer repellent and dog hair.
A grower from Oregon is the winner of this year's Half Moon Bay giant pumpkin contest with a gourd weighing in at 1,775 pounds.
Everything in moderation -- including candy. And, according to the Food and Drug Administration, even more moderation is required when consuming black licorice.
Halloween is almost here, and if you're out and about this weekend buying costumes and decorations there are some things you should keep in mind.