Cranford parents looking for after-school programs for their children have a new option. The Westfield Area Y is now providing two new services at the Garwood Family Center Y at 500 East Street with busing from the Walnut Avenue, Livingston Avenue, Hillside Avenue and Brookside Place schools. Shannon McGillis is the director of the Garwood facility and she told Cranford Radio about the new services.
Interview with Shannon McGillis
The days of a simple benefits package are long gone and the biggest change in recent memory is the start of the Affordable Care Act. Cranford resident Jo Ann Boyle has been answering questions from small employers through her company, Access Benefit Consulting, about what the act means to them and their employees and she sat down with Cranford Radio at the Rustic Mill Diner to talk about some of the issues they’re facing.
Interview with Jo Ann Boyle
Jo Ann Boyle
In the second part of our series profiling the clergy from Cranford’s houses of worship we visit with Clem Salerno, the senior pastor of Calvary Tabernacle located at 69 Myrtle Street.
Interview with Pastor Clem
Pastors Connie & Clem Salerno
It was an historic moment for Cranford and towns all along NJ Transit‘s Raritan Valley Line on Monday as direct on-seat service began to New York City.
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First direct train from Cranford to New York City arriving at the Cranford Station on March 3, 2014
The trainboard at Penn Station-New York announces the first Raritan Valley Line train to run direct from Manhattan