Cranford Radio presents the sounds and voices of Cranford, New Jersey. Hosted by Bernie Wagenblast.
Cranford Dramatic Club Presents Frosted
An original play, Frosted, is being performed by the Cranford Dramatic Club December 10 through 12. The family-friendly, interactive show is a parody loosely-based on The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen. The two writers, Mike Burdick and Sean Lough join co-directors Mary and Ken Webb to talk about the show and some of what you'll experience in this interview with Cranford Radio.
Cranford Radio Headlines for Week of December 3
Cranford High saw an increased police presence on Thursday and a Cranford man is sentenced for receipt of child pornography. More on those stories, along with a check of CHS sports schedule, weekend events and the weather forecast in this week's Cranford Radio headlines.
Cranford Radio Headlines for Week of November 26
A fatal house fire and an addition to Cranford police cars top this week's news. We'll also let you know about the last Cougar football game of the season, check the weekend forecast and tell you about some events taking place around town.
Cranford Radio Headlines for Week of November 19
Football playoff excitement tops this week's news. You'll also hear how you can still apply for disaster relief, what's happening around town in the days ahead, and what's in store in the forecast.
Cranford Radio Headlines for Week of November 12
A concession is made in the race for the Cranford Township Committee and a building owner is hit with a violation for spray-painted messages on a downtown building. More on those stories as well as an update on the CHS football team's progress in the state playoffs, a check of the weekend forecast and a look ahead at some weekend events in this week's Cranford Radio headlines.
Hope Heals, Helping Cancer Patients in Union County
We all know that cancer is an unwelcome visitor to any family. Along with the uncertainty it brings, there are the day-to-day concerns of how to get back and forth to treatment or combatting the loneliness that can come with the disease. Hope Heals is a service offered by Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Westfield to provide help with some of those concerns. Cranford Radio spoke with Patricia Martin, director of Hope Heals, as well as Deacon Keith Gibbons, the assistant director, about what Hope Heals is all about.
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