Cranford Top Stories

August 16, 2018

CRANFORD - Mayor Hannen opened Tuesday's Township Committee Meeting with the announcement of the passing of Cranford Call Lieutenant Brian Koshney. A moment of silence was held before the official meeting got underway. Koshney was a 23-year veteran of the Cranford Fire Department and also served ...

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CRANFORD - After not having one last year, the Cranford Township Committee is looking to secure a Bulk Waste Collection for the town.  Though nothing is official yet, the Committee is looking to work with the Plainfield Municipal Utilities Authority (PMUA). Some details released at Monday's ...

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CRANFORD - Well, it's not a new piano, but it's new to the Eastman Plaza. Back in May, for the second straight year, a resident-donated piano was placed at the plaza to bring joy and music to the downtown Cranford area. Unfortunately, the first piano, donated by Donna DelGuercio, only last about ...

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The information provided does not represent the total scope of police activity. Individuals charged as a result of police investigations are merely an accusation. All defendants should be presumed innocent until proven guilty.   1. 08/12/2018 @ 11:54 a.m.  North Avenue West and Lincoln ...

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CRANFORD - USA Wrestling announced the four athletes who will compete in wrestling for Team USA at the Summer Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018, pending approval by the United States Olympic Committee. One is none other than Cranford’s Robert Howard. The Youth Olympic Games will be held ...

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CRANFORD - Downtown Cranford is thrilled to announce Restaurant Week 2018! A number of restaurants will be offering prix fixe menus from August 13-17. This is a great chance to dine at your favorite spot or try someplace new. Check out the list of participating restaurants below. Participating ...

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CRANFORD - Missed this week's top stories? Catch up here.  One-Seat Rides on Raritan Valley Line to be Temporarily Discontinued, NJ TRANSIT Announces TAPinto.net Election Policies for the November 2018 Elections Cranford Police Department Implements Special Needs Registry Cranford ...

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CRANFORD - The Cranford PAL Flag Football Program is happy to announce a new partnership with the former NFL players at National Flex Football (NFX). With the partnership, PAL is integrating the Flex Football program into its flag football program and creating one of the safest new sports programs ...

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CRANFORD - Hartz Mountain's application to rezone 750 Walnut Avenue from commercial to residential and build 905 apartment units will continue on September 5th and 12th.  At the August 1 Planning Board meeting, a civil and a traffic engineer were expected to testify. Due to time constraints, ...

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CRANFORD - Catch up on this week's headlines with Cranford Radio.   

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CRANFORD - All of the tournaments and hard work that Cranford High School senior Johnny Bush has put into this summer are paying off. The 17-year-old and fifth-seeded Bush, who plays out of Plainfield Country Club, defeated 15-year-old freshman and second-seeded Dean Greyserman out of Crestmont ...

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CRANFORD - Some quick thunder, lightning, and heavy rain put the 2018 Cranford National Night Out in danger of being washed out, but the skies cleared and made for what was a great night for all.  Packed on the front lawn of the Cranford Police Department headquarters and in the Patrolman Robert ...

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The information provided does not represent the total scope of police activity. Individuals charged as a result of police investigations are merely an accusation. All defendants should be presumed innocent until proven guilty.   1. 08/04/2018 @ 1:40 a.m. South Avenue West and Lincoln ...

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CRANFORD - The Cranford Police Department is taking steps to make it easier to help residents who may be lost or have trouble communicating with officers.  The new “Special Needs Registry” is specifically designed for those who may be challenged with developmental disabilities such as Autism, ...

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Election Policies Candidate Statements:  Candidates can submit a maximum of one candidate statement per week (including photos).  For the general election, statements can be submitted from Labor Day up through the week before Election Day.  For the primary election, statements can be ...

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CRANFORD - Missed this week's top stories? Catch up here.  "Help Kids Succeed" School Supply Drive Cranford Police Issue New Set of Trading Cards Cranford Restaurant Week Specials Niche Ranks Cranford Public School District No. 28 in New Jersey Cranford Police Blotter: Two Arrests on ...

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CRANFORD - Chaplain Monsignor Tim Shugrue installed the new Cranford Knights of Columbus Officers for the 2018-2019 Columbian Year at a ceremony held at St. Michael’s Church. Pictured with Monsignor Shugrue are District Deputy Joe Kilroy, Grand Knight James Vari, Deputy Grand Knight Jim Feehan, ...

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CRANFORD - Up for grabs in the 2018 Cranford Board of Education election will be a one-year unexpired seat and three three-year expired seats.  The deadline for candidates to file to run was Monday, July 30th. Erin Turnamian and Brian McCarthy are vying for the one-year unexpired seat, vacated ...

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CRANFORD - Catch up on this week's headlines with Cranford Radio.  

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CRANFORD – It was expected that the August 1st Planning Board meeting regarding the Hartz Mountain application for 750 Walnut would see testimony from the civil and traffic engineers. Due to time constraints, only the civil engineer, Jeffrey Martell, presented to the board. Hartz Mountain’s ...

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The information provided does not represent the total scope of police activity. Individuals charged as a result of police investigations are merely an accusation. All defendants should be presumed innocent until proven guilty.   1. 07/24/2018 @ 11:54 p.m. South Avenue East and High ...

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CRANFORD - In just under two weeks, a number of our restaurants will be offering prix fixe menus from August 13-17 for Cranford Restaurant Week. This is a great chance to dine at your favorite spot or try someplace new at a discounted price. As we get closer, restaurants have begun to release ...

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CRANFORD - Trading cards featuring photos and biographies of 52 Cranford Police Department officers, including Chief Ryan Greco, were unveiled today and are now in the hands of those officers. They will be distributed by officers as a way to open up communications with the public. "These trading ...

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CRANFORD - The Cranford Police Department is sponsoring a school supplies drive to help families who are having difficulty providing the proper tools for their children to succeed in school.  From now through September 2, you can drop off items such as markers, glue sticks, erasers, pens, ...

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CRANFORD - Missed this week's top stories? Catch up here.  Cranford Resident Pedals For a Cure Sunny Acres Declared A Cranford Historic District Cranford Chamber of Commerce Food Truckfest Canceled Cranford Police Blotter: Three Arrests For Suspected Heroin Cranford Resident Pens ...

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CRANFORD - Daniel Serna is a Cranford High School student running his fifth annual school supply drive to benefit children whose families are served by Homefirst in Plainfield. Area residents can drop off new school supplies in the donation box at the Cranford Community Center at 220 Walnut Avenue ...

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CRANFORD - Catch up on this week's headlines with Cranford Radio.   

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KENILWORTH - A little more than three months since being arrested on charges of lewdness, public defecation, and littering, Kenilworth Superintendent Dr. Thomas Tramaglini has tendered, and the Kenilworth Board of Education has accepted, his resignation, effective September 30, 2018.  In a story ...

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CRANFORD - Erin Esposito and Karena Andreassen of Cranford were part of the championship-winning 2021 East team at the Maverik National Lacrosse Classic, which was held July 16-19 at the DE Turf Sports Complex in Frederica, DE. The 2021 East regional team defeated a previously undefeated South ...

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CRANFORD - When one is beaten down by unrelenting forces, physically and mentally, for long periods of time, the concept of healing is not just out of reach, but unfathomable. A Girl Raised by Wolves, while an honest retelling of the trauma and hardships faced by author and Cranford ...

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