There’s no parade or public service this Memorial Day, but Cranford’s war dead will still be remembered on Monday. More details, along with the holiday weekend forecast, in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
Another Cranford reopening to report and a Cranford building makes a list of most endangered historic places in New Jersey. More on those stories, together with a warm start to the weekend, in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
In this TV 35 interview I speak with Jeff T. Behler, the Director of the US Census Bureau’s Regional Office in New York City. We talk about why the census takes place every ten years, why the information is important and try to answer some of the most frequently asked questions. You can find additional information on the census here.
All of us, in some way, are impacted by the pandemic we are currently living through. What tools can we use to help us cope and how can we assist those around us? Craig Springer, PhD, a clinical psychologist and co-owner of the Good Life Center for Mental Health in Cranford, spoke with Cranford Radio about some of the issues he’s seeing and provides insights in dealing with this.
The grace period for the payment of property taxes in Cranford has been extended and for the first time in awhile there’s an opening to tell you about. More on those stories, along with the weekend weather and new entertainment you can view from home, in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
The grim numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths in Cranford continue to rise and property owners will get a grace period on paying their sewer bills. More on those stories, along with a weekend weather forecast and your virtual entertainment in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.