Money for road repaving, a plea to the governor to close a downtown block and a possible deer hunt bordering the southside are all making news in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
Parklets are back in the downtown, municipal offices and the community center reopen to the public and three development proposals for a Cranford gateway are presented. Details on those stories as well as a check of your weekend forecast, CHS sports and upcoming events in this episode of Cranford Radio headlines.
The Republicans have named their candidate for the township committee and a Cranford building is being promoted for inclusion on the state and national historic registries. More on those stories, along with a check of CHS sports, the weekend weather and upcoming events in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
There will be a primary race for the Cranford Township Committee and another death from COVID has been reported in the township. More on those stories as well as a check of the weekend forecast, CHS sports and what’s happening in the week ahead.
The first candidate has been announced for this year’s election to the township committee and Cranford kicks off a celebration of a special anniversary. More on those stories along with a check of the weekend weather, the CHS sports calendar and some events to occupy the days ahead in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
Warmer temperatures bring thoughts of summer activities and both the Cranford pools and the Cranford Drive-In are in this week’s news. We’ll also let you know why this weekend is special in Cranford history and what you can expect with the weather.
Plans have been announced for the next school year, Cranford gets a COVID testing site and there’s a new Wawa in town. Details on those stories as well as a check of the weekend weather forecast, a look at Cougar sports and some upcoming events in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
In this week’s Cranford Radio headlines you’ll hear about how Cranford ranks among municipalities around the state when it comes to property taxes and how a Cranford native has made history in neighboring Springfield. While you can’t attend in-person, we’ll also tell you about what CHS teams are up to and let you know the weather so you can plan your weekend.
The number of COVID cases in Cranford continues to drop, North Avenue redevelopment is being looked at and the Cougar baseball team is nationally ranked. Details on those stories, along with the wintry forecast and a check of what’s happening this weekend, in this week’s episode of Cranford Radio headlines.