CRANFORD - Cranford residents are once again encouraged to "light the night" for first responders, health care and essential workers this Sunday, May 3. 

Residents are invited to light a candle on the sidewalk, turn on their porch light, place a light in the window, or even turn on some holiday lights. Your lights will shine for the Cranford Police and Fire Departments, DPW, First Aid Squad, doctors, nurses, teachers, restaurant, retail workers and anyone who is keeping Cranford moving during this crisis.

Lights should be lit at 8:00 p.m. and all residents are invited to come out and clap for these everyday heroes at 8:30 p.m. 

Below is a video of the first "Light the Night" in Cranford on April 5.