Cranford Radio Headlines for Weekend of March 16

Students at Cranford schools took part in events to honor the 17 victims of the school shooting in Florida last month and the first candidate for the Cranford Township Committee has announced his candidacy.  These stories top Cranford news this week.

Cool weather and spring sports are on tap for this St. Patrick’s Day weekend, and the CHS spring musical and a touring college choir performance will keep you busy.

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Cranford Radio Headlines for Weekend of March 9

This week’s headlines look at the snow and the problems it caused as well as a “shelter in place” which affected two Cranford schools. Cranford baseball season kicks off Friday afternoon in a home contest and we’ll get to enjoy some sunshine Saturday and Sunday.

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Getting to Know Commissioner Patrick Giblin

While Patrick Giblin is at the start of his second three-year term on the Cranford Township Committee, Cranford Radio looks to learn a little more about those people who volunteer their time to serve the town in elective office beyond their public role. Continuing a series where we previously interviewed Mayor Tom Hannen and Commissioner Mary O’Connor, we sat down with Commissioner Giblin to hear about his early years and what drew him to elective office.

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Legally Blonde Is CHS Spring Musical

Dancing, singing and acting all come together in the Cranford High School spring musical, Legally Blonde. The play will be presented on March 16 and 17 at 7:30 pm and on Sunday, March 18 at 2 pm. Several members of the cast, Katrina Wischusen, Daniel Klimko, Nora Sullivan, Noah Wohlsen, Pria McNeil, Max Kopla and Haley Baranowski took time out after a rehearsal to talk to Cranford Radio about the play and their thoughts on being a part of it.

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Cranford Radio Headlines for Weekend of March 2

If we can make it through some rough weather Friday and early Saturday morning, it looks like a pretty good weekend. In the headlines from the past week, Gabe Bailer has assumed the role of Downtown Director from the retired Kathleen Miller Prunty. The survey for the draft downtown strategic plan is now available for your comments.

There will be extended hours for the Cranford Public Library starting in April.

The girls swimming team and the cheerleading squad will be busy this weekend and the Union County College baseball and lacrosse teams are scheduled to start their seasons.

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