Graveyard tours, haunted houses, corn mazes and more. If you have an event, feel free to submit it.
Mike McCarthy, editor in chief, Washington Flyer
One of D.C.'s favorite athletes got in the Halloween spirit with a costume honoring his own famous quip.
Eleanor Barkhorn, senior associate editor, The Atlantic
The tiny Maryland town of Henderson has put Halloween back on after canceling it, and others are shuffling plans as they recover from superstorm Sandy.
Kate Carr, president and CEO of SafeKids Worldwide
Hey mom and dad: Halloween's not really all that scary - except when it comes to traffic safety.
Virginia authorities are planning to monitor sex offenders while children are out trick-or- treating.
The District Department of Transportation is warning residents to watch out for parking restrictions in Georgetown Halloween night.
Area moms gear up for an annual post-Halloween payload.
When people think of Halloween, what word comes to mind? For children, it is probably candy. But there are healthier options out there for trick- or-treaters.
Scott Greenberg, wine columnist for the Washington Examiner
Even though Halloween falls on a weekday this year, there are plenty of ways to celebrate ahead of time. Trample through a haunted corn maze, parade in your favorite costume and take a nighttime hayride.
Backstage, Inc. is celebrating its last Halloween in D.C. after more than three decades of peddling fake blood, fairy glitter and Skittle-colored wigs.
Online movie ticket seller Fandango surveyed 1,000 individuals to find out what 2012 movie character costumes they are donning for Halloween. Catwoman from "The Dark Knight Rises" topped the list for women, while Thor from "the Avengers" led the list for men.
First the nation's children predicted President Barack Obama would win the election, now it's Halloween costumes.