Cranford Radio Headlines for Weekend of March 30

In this week’s Cranford Radio headlines: The Cranford Township Committee and the Planning Board have key meetings in the beginning of April.

We have the forecast for your Passover and Easter weekend and a look at Cranford sports and events for the holiday weekend.

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Martha Garcia Helps Veterans and Students Make Transition Between the Military and School

Young adulthood is a time of transitions. For many older teenagers it’s a time of heading from high school to college, but for a smaller number of individuals it’s a time to move from school to serving in the military. Martha Papson Garcia is the Director of Veterans Services for Outreach and the ROTC liaison in the Office of Veterans Services at Fairleigh Dickinson University.

In this Cranford Radio interview she talks about her work with veterans who are attending college after their service and those students who plan to enter the military through ROTC. She also discusses about her numerous volunteer roles in Cranford.

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Cranford Radio Headlines for Weekend of March 23

Welcome to spring! (I think) The top Cranford story of the week was the storm that dumped more snow on the town. The good news is the extended forecast has no mention of a fifth nor’easter.

The Union County College women’s basketball team is in Arkansas competing in the National Junior College Athletic Association‘s National Tournament. Back in New Jersey, the CHS spring sports will be in action.

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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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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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