There’s a new look for Cranford’s police cars and the Planning Board has a hearing scheduled Wednesday for 750 Walnut Avenue. These stories along with the weekend forecast and events are part of this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
The platform rehabilitation project at the Cranford railroad station has been completed and Cranford is getting set for a big Independence Day celebration. That, along with the hot forecast, can be heard in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
It’s on to post-high school life for Cranford High School’s Class of 2018. You may soon no longer need a variance for some driveway repaving projects in town and the weekend weather is a mixed bag. All this and more in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
It’s going to be a sunny and warm weekend as Father’s Day is celebrated. There are several events taking place that Dad might want to be involved with. On the news front, the Planning Board approved a couple of applications involving a home and an abandoned service station.
There were no surprises in the Republican or Democratic primaries for the Cranford Township committee this past Tuesday. There are further details on what will and won’t be accepted for curbside recycling pickups. You get more details on these and other stories in this week’s edition of Cranford Radio headlines.
Posh Paws is tucked away in corner of Cranford 673 Raritan Road but the dog grooming business is very much a part of the community. As part of our continuing series profiling members of the Cranford Area Chamber of Commerce, Cranford Radio spoke with Amanda Dinis about her business and her experiences as a dog groomer.