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6 hrs ago | Patch.com
Good-bye auto center, and hello Pastosa. The New York pasta maker will be opening its newest location at 200 South Avenue in Cranford.
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12 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
"This case was solved first and foremost because a Cranford resident saw something out of the ordinary and didn't hesitate to contact the police."
15 hrs ago | TheAlternativePress.com
The Westfield Area Y Leaders Club proudly raised $370 to benefit the Y's Strong Kids Campaign by rocking in rocking chairs for over 8 hours on Saturday, February 22. Thanks to the Strong Kids Campaign, no one who lives or works in Westfield, Cranford, Garwood or Mountainside and is experiencing a bona fide financial hardship is turned away for the ... (more)
16 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
ELIZABETH - Investigators are still looking for body parts of a Cranford woman who was allegedly killed by her boyfriend, an assistant prosecutor said in court today.
The UCESC Transition Services Department works closely with students enrolled in our out-of-district special education school-based programs to develop the skills necessary to seek and secure competitive employment after high school.
MAPLEWOOD, NJ In response to proposals made in a feasibility study by the United States Army Corps of Engineers and the Department of Environmental Protection to ease future flooding of the Rahway River Basin, Fred Profeta and a group of like-minded civic leaders have created an organization to fight the construction of a 880-foot wide and 70-foot ... (more)
Union County will host a Scrap Metal Recycling Event on Thursday, March 6. There are three locations in Union County for residents to drop off their metal for recycling - one in Cranford, Rahway and Westfield.
Union County College will be hosting a violin special performance on Friday, March 28. The concert features "Music of the 20th Century" by Elmira Darvarova.
On Jan. 31 the Cranford Chronicle published Part I of my interview with 93-year old Eugene Coppola of Kenilworth.
The Munsee District Klondike Derby was held at "The Loop" in the Watchung Reservation.
Lauren Mulvihill and Erica Szymczak of Clark Cadette Girl Scout Troop 40361 are pictured with prom dresses to be donated to the Junior League of Elizabeth-Plainfield's 'Glass Slipper Boutique.'
The Union County College STEM Institute hosted Randal Pinkett, who presented "Commemorate, Celebrate, Graduate" on Feb. 24. He spoke to a large audience in the Richel Student Commons at the College's Cranford campus.
The Westfield Area Y is pleased to announce that the Garwood Family Center Y located at 500 East St. in Garwood is now providing PM Kindergarten Wraparound and after school programs for Cranford students with busing from the Walnut Avenue, Livingston Avenue, Hillside Avenue and Brookside Place Schools.