BATH POLICE PATROLMAN Brett McIntire hands out candy to a trick-or-treater during the Soggy Dog Designs’ 9th Annual Trick or Treat TROMP in downtown Bath on Saturday, in the photo above. Left, a miniature horse owned by Susan Zimmerman and driven by Kassidy Gustafson of Woolwich Central School takes youngsters for rides at the city park by Patten Free Library. Due to Monday’s storm, some towns decided to postpone all Halloween activities until Friday, including Brunswick’s annual parade. Topsham officials also urged all families to also postpone their trick or treating until Friday as well, due to a concern that there may be areas still difficult or dangerous to access Tuesday night.

BATH POLICE PATROLMAN Brett McIntire hands out candy to a trick-or-treater during the Soggy Dog Designs’ 9th Annual Trick or Treat TROMP in downtown Bath on Saturday, in the photo above. Left, a miniature horse owned by Susan Zimmerman and driven by Kassidy Gustafson of Woolwich Central School takes youngsters for rides at the city park by Patten Free Library. Due to Monday’s storm, some towns decided to postpone all Halloween activities until Friday, including Brunswick’s annual parade. Topsham officials also urged all families to also postpone their trick or treating until Friday as well, due to a concern that there may be areas still difficult or dangerous to access Tuesday night.

 

 

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