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Officials hoping to see less mischief on Halloween

 Jack-O-Lanterns greet visitors at this home on Masullo Parkway in Rotterdam Tuesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Jack-O-Lanterns greet visitors at this home on Masullo Parkway in Rotterdam Tuesday.
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With Halloween falling in the middle of the week this year, local communities hope the holiday will involve only the treats and none of the tricks. Glenville Police Chief Michael Ranalli said the midweek holiday will of course not deter the trick-or-treaters, who are allowed to collect candy in the town between 4 and 8 p.m., but he believes it could reduce mischief. “It’s just later on that it should be cut down,” he said. ...


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