A CHS coach is recognized for his sportsmanship and a special “traffic safety” version of the Waze app is created by the Union County Traffic Officers Association. More on those stories along with the weekend weather and a couple of upcoming events round out this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
A measles warning has been issued in Cranford and a flag recognizing Pride Month flies in front of the Cranford Municipal Building. More on those stories, along with weekend events and weather, in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
The Cranford Planning Board has voted on the Hartz Mountain proposal for 750 Walnut Avenue and township officials explain why there’s been a change in the fireworks display. More on those stories along with a great weekend weather forecast and info on how you can celebrate Cranford on Sunday.
Sometimes the toughest part of your workday can be just getting to your job. Finding a parking spot and hoping you’ll find a seat on the train or bus can be a challenge. Boxcar is a company created by Cranford resident Joe Colangelo and we talked with him about his unique enterprise and how it’s addressing those issues.
May wraps-up with the routing of the 69 kV power lines through town still being examined and I think it’s safe to say drought is not a big concern for the Cranford area. Speaking of rain, it again is a possibility for a portion of the weekend. Catch up on the week’s news, events and weather with this edition of Cranford Radio headlines.
Results are in from the survey for Reimaging Cranford Public Schools and pedestrian safety is in the spotlight. Those stories, along with the Memorial Day Weekend forecast and events, highlight this week’s news.
Residents share their thoughts with planning board on 750 Walnut Avenue and PSE&G says it’s considering an alternative route for the 69kV power lines. These stories, along with CHS sports, weekend events and the weather forecast in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.