The news is good on both the flood mitigation and crime fronts as far as Cranford is concerned. Fall sports action is in full swing for the Cranford Cougars, there are plenty of things to do around town, and it looks as if the weather is going to be ideal.
The Board of Education and the Zoning Board are in the news this week. The Orange Avenue Pool may have closed for human swimming for the season, but Sunday the dogs get to do the doggy paddle. Details on this and more in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
Cranford officials and clergy members remembered the events of September 11 on Tuesday evening and the continuing testimony of representatives of Hartz Mountain Industries was heard by the Planning Board Wednesday night.
It’s a busy weekend with Cranford High School varsity sports and the weather should cooperate for that as well as various events taking place in town.
Hear all this in this week’s edition of Cranford Radio headlines.
School’s back and that means your weekend headlines once again include the CHS varsity sports events taking place over the weekend. That’s in addition to the usual news, weather and events. Topping this week’s news is a change in the race for the township committee and the latest on 750 Walnut Avenue.