Trick-or-Treat night is coming for all local municipalities, so be sure to check with your borough or township government to learn the dates and times in your neighborhood.

This is an amazing time of year with the fall colors provided by Mother Nature and the cool, spooky decorations displayed on many homes. We here at the police department thought it was appropriate to pass along some safety tips to help keep everyone happy and healthy, except perhaps for a cavity or two.

Sgt. Gary L. Baumgardner is the acting chief of police at Conewago Township Police Department.

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