'We Have To Be Vigilant Now': Baltimore Leaders Urge Residents To Celebrate Halloween, Ravens Gameday SafelyBaltimore city officials on Friday renewed their calls for people to avoid large gatherings as Halloween, a Ravens home game and Election Day loom.
Baltimore Hospitals Find Ways To Celebrate Halloween Despite Coronavirus PandemicIn order to spread some cheer, some Baltimore hospitals have found ways to celebrate Halloween despite the pandemic.
Guinness Open Gate Brewery Announces Ghostbusters Movie Night For HalloweenIt's spooky season, and even though you may be missing out on some holiday traditions this year, Guinness Open Gate Brewery is hoping to help you make some new ones.
Frederick County Public Libraries Celebrates Halloween With 'Curbside In Costume'Frederick County Public Libraries is keeping the spirit of Halloween alive amid the coronavirus pandemic with “Curbside in Costume.”
Baltimore County Animal Services Waives Adoption Fees For All Black, Orange Cats Through HalloweenThey are specifically waiving fees for all cats with any black or orange fur. 
Ocean City, Maryland Recreation And Parks Hosting 'Halloween Spook Out' Event At Northside ParkOcean City Recreation and Parks is inviting kids of all ages and their families to participate in the 2020 Halloween Spook Out at Northside Park. 
What's Your State's Favorite Halloween Candy? Maryland's May Surprise YouAs you stock up on candy for trick-or-treaters this year, which Halloween treats will make you the most popular neighbor?
Petting Zoo, Crafts & More: Harbor Harvest Fall Children's Festival Goes VirtualThe Harbor Harvest Fall Children's Festival will be held virtually this year from Oct. 19-31.
Baltimore Recs & Parks Offers Drive-In Movies Across City This FallBaltimore City Recreation & Parks will have several spooky films showing from October 17 to November 21.
Doctors Say Maryland's Coronavirus Positivity Rate Increase Could Be Due To Labor Day Weekend GatheringsMaryland's seven-day coronavirus positivity rate is above three percent for the first time since mid-September, an increase Baltimore doctors said could be the result of Labor Day weekend gatherings.
You Can See A Harvest Moon Tonight, Full Moon On Halloween