The Village of Worth hosted the annual Halloween event Haunts Against Hunger on Sunday. More than 250 participants — including many area grade school children — met to raise awareness for local food pantries. The event was sponsored by the Worth Police Department. Officer Tony Ritz organized the annual Halloween parade. The parade, led by the Grim Reaper and a parade of hears cars, followed by participants that visited five decorated homes in town. The event raised food for the local food pantry at the Worth Methodist Church.