The Cranford Unity Project and the Cranford Public Library will be hosting an appearance by New Jersey author Robyn Gigl on Saturday, February 5 at 2 pm in the Cranford Community Center (rescheduled from January 29 due to snow). Gigl will be speaking about the two books she has authored, By Way of Sorrow and Survivor’s Guilt.
An original play, Frosted, is being performed by the Cranford Dramatic Club December 10 through 12. The family-friendly, interactive show is a parody loosely-based on The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen. The two writers, Mike Burdick and Sean Lough join co-directors Mary and Ken Webb to talk about the show and some of what you’ll experience in this interview with Cranford Radio.
Cranford High saw an increased police presence on Thursday and a Cranford man is sentenced for receipt of child pornography. More on those stories, along with a check of CHS sports schedule, weekend events and the weather forecast in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
A concession is made in the race for the Cranford Township Committee and a building owner is hit with a violation for spray-painted messages on a downtown building. More on those stories as well as an update on the CHS football team’s progress in the state playoffs, a check of the weekend forecast and a look ahead at some weekend events in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
We all know that cancer is an unwelcome visitor to any family. Along with the uncertainty it brings, there are the day-to-day concerns of how to get back and forth to treatment or combatting the loneliness that can come with the disease. Hope Heals is a service offered by Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Westfield to provide help with some of those concerns. Cranford Radio spoke with Patricia Martin, director of Hope Heals, as well as Deacon Keith Gibbons, the assistant director, about what Hope Heals is all about.
FEMA has opened a disaster recovery center in town and it’s a weekend filled with activities around town. Listen to the details in this week’s edition of Cranford Radio headlines.
A Cranford favorite has closed and a piece of movie history takes place in town. You’ll hear details on those stories, as well as a look at CHS sports, the forecast and events for the weekend in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
Cranford schools get graded and Cranford’s 150th anniversary is celebrated Saturday. Details on those stories as well as a check of the weekend weather, the CHS sports schedule and more in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
The largest production since COVID shut down the CDC in early 2020 is scheduled to be performed in October. Neil Simon’s “Rumors” will be the fall production on weekends between October 8th and 23rd. Cranford Radio paid a visit to the theater to speak with the director, Zach Mazouat, Victoria Navarro, who plays Cassie, and Ian Federgreen who plays Lenny.
Tickets for the show can be purchased at the box office or online.
Federal funding is now available to aid in the recovery from Ida while the township continues collecting flood debris throughout town. Check out the CHS weekend sports schedule as well as what else in happening, and give a listen to your weekend forecast in this week’s episode of Cranford Radio headlines.