Cranford Radio Headlines for Week of February 28

It was a championship week for a couple of Cougar sports teams and a winning logo design has been picked for Cranford’s 150th anniversary in 2021. More on those stories, along with the weekend weather and events in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.

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The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Coming to Cranford Dramatic Club

No need to study for this spelling bee. It’s the musical comedy, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee  that will be performed at the Cranford Dramatic Club February 14 through 22. Director Nevil Schwartz, along with cast members Mallory Wu and Zach Mazouat talked this week with Cranford Radio to discuss the show.

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Nevil Schwartz

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Getting to Know Congressman Tom Malinowski

When Tom Malinowski was born in Słupsk, Poland in 1965, being elected to the US House of Representatives was probably not something thought possible. In 2018 however, that happened and Malinowski became the first Democrat to represent Cranford in the House since the 1950s.

Cranford Radio met with the congressman to learn a bit more about his background and what he’s learned since taking his seat in Congress.

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Rep. Tom Malinowski

St. Michael’s School: Serving Cranford Students for 91 Years

The last week of January was Catholic Schools Week and to mark the occasion Cranford Radio visited St. Michael School to talk to the principal, Sandy Miragliotta, and four eighth grade students, Jeffrey Quintanilla, Isabella Peralta, Josh Hunsinger and Christopher Surrusco.

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Sandy Miragliotta


Josh Hunsinger, Isabella Peralta, Christopher Surrusco, and Jeffrey Quintanilla (left to right)

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