The impact of the opioid epidemic in Cranford was dramatically shown in statistics released by the Cranford Police Department and the new chairman of the Union County Board of Freeholders comes from Cranford. In CHS sports, the wrestling team is looking to again repeat as champions in the Union County Tournament. More on these stories and others in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
The faces are the same on the Cranford Township Committee but there’s been some changes in positions. The Union County Prosecutor has announced a resolution in the case of the Orange Avenue School teacher accused of making a threat against the school. More on these stories along with the weekend weather and high school sports schedule in this week’s edition of Cranford Radio headlines.
In this final edition of Cranford Radio headlines for 2018 we look ahead to 2019 when four new police officers are expected to join the CPD ranks. Curbside Christmas tree pickups will take place again in January. CHS teams are participating in holiday tournaments this weekend and the weather is looking better once we get past Friday.
A new mayor will be leading the Cranford Township Committee in 2019 and the Cranford Police Department will be watching for impaired drivers during the holidays. More news from around town, along with the extended Christmas weekend forecast,are what you’ll hear in this week’s headlines.
A fatal fire and the continuation of full-day kindergarten tops Cranford’s news of the past week.
Lots more holiday events to fill your calendar this weekend and a damp forecast, along with a busy schedule of Cranford High School sports round out this week’s update.
This week brought another hearing on 750 Walnut Avenue and a parking lot returns to downtown. Those news stories, along with a rundown of holiday happenings, CHS sports and the weekend weather are what you’ll hear in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.