MANCHESTER, NH – Despite Mother Nature’s attempt to prevent Halloween revelers from getting their candy stash, Halloween is a go in Manchester as scheduled, for Oct. 31 from 6-8 p.m.
On Tuesday Manchester Police Chief Nick Willard confirmed Halloween will take place Tuesday in the Manchester, after some surrounding towns made the decision to postpone Trick-or-Treating due to residual debris from the Sunday night storm.
Willard noted that the Manchester Highway Department and Eversource did a “remarkable job” in restoring power and clearing the roads in the Queen City.
Willard consulted with officials at Eversource and the Department of Public Works and determined it was safe to continue with the scheduled celebration for Halloween night. He also reminds everyone to be safe, wear reflective gear and carry flashlights while Trick-or-Treating.