Some trick-or-treaters must wait a day or two
For some Massachusetts communities this is the second year in a row that Halloween has been cancelled or delayed because of rugged weather. This time last year, the region was hit with a freak nor’easter that dumped enough wet, heavy snow to topple trees yet to shed their leaves. Widespread, long-lasting power outages last year forced many communities to put safety before candy. Hurricane Sandy’s powerful gusts blew in a little deja vu this year for some trick-or-treaters.