Photo Gallery: Monongahela Halloween Parade
The cold, rainy weather didn't dampen the spirits of participants and onlookers who came out to support the annual Monongahela Area Chamber of Commerce Halloween parade Wednesday night.
The chamber awarded prizes for the best costumes and floats.
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