The Cranford Township Committee introduced an ordinance for the Birchwood Avenue site, Cranford High will have their fall musical this weekend and the community Thanksgiving service takes place Monday evening. This and more in this week’s edition of Cranford Radio headlines.
Cranford Fish Stand is less than a month old but already making an impression on residents in town and from around the area. John and Jill Sabochick, along with Kevin Pipchick are the owners. Cranford Radio went to the store to learn more about the business and talk with John about what they offer and their plans for the future.
Arthur Hearns grew up in Cranford and that’s also where he was introduced to the world of martial arts. Today, he runs Hands of Life Martial Arts in Garwood. His school is about more than teaching self-defense. With a focus on children, it’s also about building character.
In this Cranford Area Chamber of Commerce member profile, Arthur talks about his business, the philosophy behind it, and how he came to create the school.
Kristina Kozak, her husband and sons, have done quite a bit of travel. Kozak has taken the experiences, especially those of her children, to write a book, The Travels of Adventurous Alexander and Relentless Russell. The first book, in what’s hoped to be a series, takes place in the Dominican Republic.
A look at Cranford news headlines and what to expect this weekend.