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Cranford, New Jersey is located in Union County. Zip codes in Cranford, NJ include 07016. The median home price in Cranford is $455,000 which is roughly $245/per square foot. More Cranford information.

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51 min ago | The Jersey Journal

Lawrence dinner fundraiser to promote awareness about Sustainable Jersey

LAWRENCE - Against the backdrop of the 200-acre Terhune Orchards, where the supply of fruits and vegetables is bountiful, renowned chefs from across the state will come together to celebrate the farm-to-table movement, which has become increasingly popular as more chefs favor locally sourced and produced food.

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Sun Jul 27, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Mayors council Rahway River Watershed flood control in support of federal funding

A major step in the effort to gain flood mitigation by the Mayors Council Rahway River Watershed Flood Control took place this week with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers agreement to narrow the alternatives and focus the final stages of the evaluation on the Alternative 4 and Alternative 7A.

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Fri Jul 25, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Cranford to host National Night Out party on Tuesday, Aug. 5

CRANFORD - Tuesday, Aug. 5, is the 31st annual National Night Out event, and the Cranford Police Department will be holding its own celebration.

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Thu Jul 24, 2014

The Jersey Journal

UCC's College for Teens holds class commencement

Pictured, Union County Freeholders Vernell Wright and Bette Jane Kowalski congratulate Jada Peterson of Rahway, Beryl Artman of Springfield and Isabella Hurtado of Fanwood on completing the Union County Freeholders College for Teens during the class commencement at Union County College in Cranford.

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NorthJersey.com

DEP nixes proposal for South Mountain Reservation dam

Construction of a large dam, or detention basin, in South Mountain Reservation to control flooding of the Rahway River is no longer an option.

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TheAlternativePress.com

Successful painter Cynthia Dawley returns to the Les Malamut Art Gallery

"Impressionistic Works of C.A. Dawley" a solo exhibit of her paintings will be on display August 1 September 30, 2014 at The Les Malamut Art Gallery at 1980 Morris Ave Union, NJ 07083, 908-851-5450.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

TheAlternativePress.com

Temple Sholom Student Helps Homefirst Kids Get New School Supplies

Scotch Plains/Fanwood, NJ -- Daniel Serna, a bar mitzvah student at Temple Sholom of Scotch Plains/Fanwood, is collecting school supplies for children whose families are served by Homefirst in Plainfield.

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The Jersey Journal

Flood project study still needs more federal funds to be completed

CRANFORD - More federal funding is still needed to complete a study for a multi-million-dollar project being proposed to help reduce the effects of frequent flooding in Cranford and surrounding towns.

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New Jersey Jewish News

In new position, hazan seeks two-part harmony NEW

Rabbi Ben Goldstein, who has led the congregation since 2010, has been joined by Cantor Benjamin Kintisch.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

NJ.com

Farm-to-Table fundraiser set for July 31 at Terhune Orchards in Lawrenceville

Terhune Orchards in Lawrenceville will host the third annual Sustainable Fare for Sustainable Jersey fundraiser to benefit Sustainable Jersey on Thursday, July 31, from 5-9 p.m. Renowned chefs from across the state will come together to celebrate the farm-to-table movement and promote awareness about sustainability efforts while raising money for ... (more)

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Examiner.com

NJ Youth Theatre to present 'Oklahoma' at the Bickford

The Bickford Theatre at the Morris Museum in conjunction with the Algonquin Arts Center of Manasquan and the New Jersey Youth Theatre will present the American classic musical OKLAHOMA, August 1 through August 10, 2014.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

TheAlternativePress.com

Union County and Roselle Borough Lose Another Community Leader, Sheriff Ralph Froehlich

The Borough of Roselle suffered the loss of another community leader. Union County Sheriff Ralph Froehlich died Sunday night at Trinitas Regional Hospital in Elizabeth, according to county officials.

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The Jersey Journal

Cranford neighbors complain about retail customers parking on their street

Neighbors would like parking rules amended so that street signs now specifying two-hour parking on Buchanan be changed to read "residential parking only."

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Patch.com

Connect With Free Wi-Fi At Union County Parks

Free Wi-Fi is featured in my Chairman's initiatives for 2014 as part of the Freeholder Board's stewardship mission for the historic Union County parks system.

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The Jersey Journal

Student from Temple Sholom Scotch Plains/Fanwood helps Homefirst Kids with new school supplies

Daniel Serna, a bar mitzvah student at Temple Sholom of Scotch Plains/Fanwood, is collecting school supplies for children whose families are served by Homefirst in Plainfield.

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TheAlternativePress.com

From Cupcakes, to Scones, to French Macaroons to Red Velvet Cookies...

Turn the corner on to Beechwood Road in Summit, and notice the fantastic Red, White, and Blue "Designer" windows leading you into Brownie Points Bakery.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Roselle Savings Bank marks 125th anniversary with give-aways

Pictured accepting her new 42" flat panel Smart TV is the Bernardsville branch winner, Stacey Demas of Basking Ridge .

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Two Cranford student performers make the grade with Paper Mill Playhouse's Summer Conservatory

MILLBURN - Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn will present 120 of the of the region's most talented young performing artists from Paper Mill Playhouse's Summer Musical Theatre Conservatory in a fully produced, original concert on the Paper Mill mainstage titled New Voices of 2014: Oh, What a Night! Other students from our area include: Christopher ... (more)

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

The Alternative Press

No Dam for South Mountain Reservation

TRENTON, NJ In a letter written to the United States Army Corps of Engineers , John Moyle, Manager of the NJ Bureau of Dam Safety and Flood Control for the State's Department of Environmental Protection, has formally requested the Army Corps to move forward with further research on Alternative Four and Alternative Seven-A .

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The Jersey Journal

Photos: Cranford Community Farmers' Market open for business

CRANFORD - The brand-new Cranford Community Farmers' Market is open for business with farm-fresh vegetables and specialty foods from a variety of vendors.

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