Georgia’s favorite Halloween candy for 2021 may surprise you

The annual list of favorite Halloween candy by state from CandyStore.com is out, and Georgians may be surprised to learn what their state’s favorite candy is. Nationally, Reese’s cups are the favorite with Skittles coming in at number two. M&Ms, Starburst, Hot

Dunwoody Truck or Treat postponed until November

DUNWOODY — Dunwoody’s Truck or Treat event has been postponed to Nov. 12 due to rain in the forecast. The event was originally scheduled for Oct. 28. Rain is expected throughout the day tomorrow, which will impact staging for the event. The

Do you know these Georgia ghost stories?

Plastic skeletons and blanket ghosts are festooned over yards across the state, ready to welcome trick or treaters on Halloween. But in communities all over Georgia, storytellers and historians whisper dark tales of the past that are more hair-raising than any inflatable

Is Harris County Trick-or-Treating Saturday or Sunday?

Halloween falling on a Sunday has left many parents wondering which day they should observe Halloween. While this is often a decision left to individual neighborhoods, some cities and counties have weighed in with their recommendations. In Harris County, officials released a

Cobb County fall festival goes drive-thru style

Cobb County will host its Fall Festival of Fun on Oct. 23 at Jim R. Miller Park, but the event will be drive-thru style. Kids are invited to wear their costumes and show their holiday spirit, for the drive-thru style event. Attendees will drive through

This is Georgia’s favorite Halloween Candy

The fine folks at CandyStore.com have compiled their annual list of favorite Halloween Candy by state, and Georgia’s top pick is controversial. In 2020, Georgians are buying up as many Swedish Fish as they can find. That’s right, the Swedish Fish is

Do you steal Halloween candy from your kids? You’re not alone

A survey of 1,637 adults found that not only are the majority of Americans still planning to celebrate Halloween despite the pandemic, an overwhelming majority also admitted they’ve been known to steal a little of their children’s Halloween candy for themselves. While

Johns Creek officials urge Halloween safety amid pandemic

JOHNS CREEK — City officials in Johns Creek are reminding residents to stay safe this Halloween and have provided residents with a quick guide to low risk, moderate risk and high risk activities during the pandemic. As with most events in 2020,

Georgia city cancels trick-or-treating

AVONDALE ESTATES — The City of Avondale Estates has canceled door-to-door trick-or-treating this Halloween due to COVID-19 concerns. “This year’s Halloween traditions will look different than past seasons throughout the world. Out of an abundance of caution, the City of Avondale Estates

CDC says no to trick-or-treating

The CDC released its guidelines for how to celebrate Halloween amid a global pandemic, and those recommendations are not going to be popular among many kids and parents. The agency says families should avoid door-to-door trick-or-treating, trunk-or-treat events, indoor costume parties, indoor

Six Flags extends Hallowfest to seven more nights this year

Hallowfest returns to Six Flags Over Georgia next week with seven new nights added to the schedule. The event will kick off on Sept. 18. The area’s premier Halloween celebration has added seven chilling nights and will operate on Fridays, Saturdays and