A decade after Irene devastated Cranford, the town is flooded by Ida. Get an update on what happened, what’s going on and how residents and businesses are stepping up to help in this week’s edition of Cranford Radio headlines.
A reminder of health rules for the reopening of schools has been issued and Cranford residents are asked to look for an invasive insect. Hear more on those stories and check out events in the week ahead as well as the forecast which includes the possibility of tropical storm conditions in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
The state attorney general’s office has issued its first report on major police discipline in police agencies throughout the state and the Cranford Theater has announced reopening plans. More on those stories along with a very hot weather forecast in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
Water problems this week and a CHS student is on stand-by to participate in the upcoming Paralympics in Tokyo. Details on those stories, along with the weekend forecast and upcoming events, in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
After missing a year due to COVID, the Hispanic Theater Festival returns to the Cranford Dramatic Club this year with a production of La Casita Feliz. The comedy, which is all in Spanish, features several Cranford performers.
Cranford Radio spoke with the the director, Joel Redmount, and Patricia MacLean, a Cranford resident who is mother of two of the play’s actors, to learn a bit more about the show.
Personnel changes are made in the Cranford Police Department and an unused rail line takes what could be the first steps to becoming a pedestrian and bike path. More on those stories as well as the hot weekend forecast and a check of what’s happening in town this weekend in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
Independence Day will once again be celebrated in Cranford with fireworks and the Cougar softball team goes for the state championship Friday. More on those stories in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.