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October 27, 2006

Beggars' Night makes Halloween one night earlier

SEABROOK - Selectwoman Cora Stockbridge makes no bones about it. She loves Halloween, It's her second favorite holiday, and she gets into the swing of things wholeheartedly.

In Seabrook, she said, there's also a special twist on the Halloween season, and the community preserves it as tradition. It's the reason why Seabrook children go door-to-door getting their candy treats on Oct. 30 instead of Oct. 31, the official date set for Halloween.Read this article in full with a

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