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Mickey the Beekeeper Saves a Swarm of 5,000 Bees in Cranford

May 25, 2017

CRANFORD, NJ – When Mickey the Beekeeper heard about a swarm of 5,000 honey bees in a Cranford tree, he was so confident in their mild nature that he didn’t even wear gloves.

Honey bees are more beneficial than people realize, Mickey said. He’s a third-generation beekeeper who wants the world to understand that bees are not aggressive.

“People think that bees are ...

Multiple Cranford Schools Receive 'Union County Kids Dig In!' Grant

CRANFORD, NJ – Walnut Avenue School, Lincoln School, Hillside Avenue School and the Calvary Nursery School and Child Care have all been awarded the “Union County Kids Dig In!” grant, to assist students in building, planting and using the proper tools and equipment to upkeep gardens. The grant was announced at the Union County Freeholders meeting on Thursday night.

The grant ...

VIDEO: TV 35 Airs Interview about Pilgrim Pipeline before April 25 Forum

CRANFORD, NJ –David Pringle, Cranford resident and campaign director of Clean Water Action, appeared on TV 35 to discuss the Pilgrim Pipeline and explain why he and so many others are opposed to the pipeline construction. Roselle Borough Hall will host a forum on the Pilgrim Pipeline on April 25 at 7 p.m.

The Pilgrim Pipeline, first proposed in 2014 by Pilgrim Pipeline Holdings, LLC, ...

Cranford Volunteers Help the Rahway River in Annual Cleanup

CRANFORD, NJ – Cranford residents spread out across the town today to clean the Rahway River in the town’s annual clean up as a celebration of Earth Day. The cleanup was held in association with Girls Scout Troop 40444, Boy Scout Troop 80 and members of the Rahway River Watershed Association

The town-wide river cleanup began at 8 a.m. and ended at 1 p.m. Participants spread out ...

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