Yesterday afternoon, Downtown Cranford held the ribbon cutting for its Little Free Library! Located by the gazebo, this Little Free Library was a true community effort that wouldn’t have come about without the following people and organizations: Read the full list here!
On October 22, the Howl-O-Ween Parade returns to Downtown Cranford! The parade will be held at 1PM at Eastman Plaza, followed by prizes at 2PM. This event is hosted by Downtown Cranford and is sponsored by Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming Cranford-Westfield, The Barker Lounge - Cranford, and Julie Murphy of Coldwell Banker Realty. To… Continue reading Register Your Pooch for the Howl-o-Ween Pet Parade!
Last week Downtown Cranford officially welcomed Mystic Lobster at 101 Miln Street to the Cranford community with a ribbon cutting attended by DMC Board members, Township Committee members, the Downtown Cranford office, and Cranford Area Chamber of Commerce. Mystic Lobster has locations throughout the area, including one in Basking Ridge owned by Don Szymanski. The… Continue reading Mystic Lobster Joins the Downtown Cranford Dining Scene
If you love Thai food, then we hope you’re as excited as we are for the opening of Downtown Cranford’s newest restaurant, 8 Thai at 103 Miln Street! Owner Sudkate (Nick) Yaiphairot owns other restaurants in the area but was looking to open in Cranford. He brought in his friend Chatchai (Ton) Chutmongkonkul and told… Continue reading 8 Thai Opens its Doors in Downtown Cranford and is Already Garnering Rave Reviews!
The Summit Downtown Arts Festival, co-organized by the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, is back! This is an outdoor, juried art show with plenty of art and wares for sale. The Arts Festival will be located on Springfield Avenue between Beechwood Road and Summit Avenue, held on Sept. 18, 2022 from 10 a.m. to… Continue reading Art Festival & P.A.L. Classic Car Show Planned for Downtown Summit
Union County’s annual Family Flix and Summer Arts series of free outdoor movies and concerts continues with an event Aug. 17. “As the summer comes to a close, we welcome everyone to enjoy free entertainment and family-friendly activities in our Union County parks,” said Board of Commissioners Chair Rebecca L. Williams. Read more here
LINDEN, NJ – Does a rental building in downtown Linden have more cachet than a Jersey City penthouse? For long-time Hudson County resident Ricco Rodriguez, the answer is most definitely “yes.” Mr. Rodriguez was renting a penthouse in a Jersey City residential tower known for its hip ambience and pristine views of the Manhattan skyline… Continue reading Jersey City Penthouse Renter Finds Enhanced Value, Upgraded Lifestyle at Citizen Linden
Each year, hundreds of community volunteers fan out through Union County parks to clean up litter, clear debris, repair trails and improve natural habitats. Now volunteering is easier than ever before, thanks to free tools and other assistance provided by the Union County Department of Parks and Recreation and the Bureau of Recycling. “We are… Continue reading Volunteering in Union County Parks is Easier than Ever
SOUTH AMBOY, NJ – Grace Roth lives to travel. She and her husband, Dean, spend at least four months a year on the road, visiting new destinations around the world, and another four months at their condo in Mexico. Not to mention that Grace is a full-time travel consultant and founder of the New Jersey-based… Continue reading FROM WESTFIELD TO SOUTH AMBOY – AND ACROSS THE GLOBE! – TRAVEL AGENT EMBRACES LUXURY RENTAL LIVING AT STATION BAY