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By adding functional fitness exercises to a normal routine, people can improve their daily activities and add years of good health to their lives.
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Property finder is an online information system, covering every parcel of land in Cranberry.
This interactive map makes township Geographic information System (GIS) data available to the public. Information is displayed in the form of layers which can be turned on and off using the layer drop down menu. Want to know who has a backyard pool? Who o...
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Our golf carts are equipped with GPS ad - and we have many options.
Consider sponsoring a drinking fountain along the course.
We offer three and five year sponsorships. Showcase your business on the course!
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Richard Hadley, who has served on the Cranberry Township Board of Supervisors since 1995, was again elected by his fellow Supervisors to serve as their Chairman for 2018. During his 22 years of service, Hadley has been named Board Chairman on multiple occ...
Eric Meyers – no relation to Police Chief Kevin Meyer – was sworn in as Cranberry Township’s newest patrolman at the January 2 Board of Supervisors Meeting. Meyers, who previously served on the Herndon, Virginia police force,...
The staff members and outside agencies appointed to serve official Township functions during the new year include a number of familiar names. At the January 2 meeting of Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors, Township Manager Jerry Andree was re-appo...
Cranberry has a number of special-purpose boards to independently advise Township staff and Supervisors on a variety of matters. Placements on those boards, commissions and agencies are made by the Board of Supervisors for terms that range from one to fou...
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Free chlorine is a stronger and faster-acting disinfectant. Customers may notice a slight difference in the taste and odor of their drinking water while chlorine is in use.
Customers who use tap water for kidney dialysis at home should consult with their d...
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Thank you for a great 2017! We look forward to seeing you in the Spring.
The RLA has been recognized by the International Association of Conference Centers, the global leader in conferencing standards. Only 1% of all conference centers qualify to become certified and the RLA is the first western Pennsylvania entity to be invit...
Cranberry BusinessToday is now part of CranberryToday - packed with more news and delivered to an expanded readership.
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The Cranberry Public Library is honored to host Shulamit Bastacky, a Holocaust survivor, on Monday, January 22, 2018 at 6:00 PM for a history roundtable.
Born in Lithuania in 1941, Ms. Bastacky survived the first few years of her life being hidden in a basement by a Catholic nun. Reunited with her father after the war, Ms. Bastacky lived in Poland and Israel before moving to Pittsburgh in 1963. Ms. Bastack...
Want to make a unique piece of art using an old book? Join us January 31 to create a fun heart book. Please bring your own book to use if you have one. A few books will be available or can be purchased at our book sale shelf. Registration is required.
The library's annual fundraising campaign has begun. We greatly appreciate your generous donations each year. You can donate online, drop off your donation in person at the circulation desk or simply print and mail the form.
In 1973 a small group of individuals came together who were committed to having a library in the Cranberry Community. Of course they wanted books in their library, but they wanted so much more than that. They wanted a place where the people of Cranberry T...
Cranberry Library patrons will now be able to access the Consumer Reports database online using the library computers or from their computers at home. You must have a Cranberry card number to use the database.
Got an eReader that you don't know what to do with? Interested in updating your computer skills or getting online for the first time? Register now for our free computer classes.
Make better purchasing decisions. This complete database will be online for all card holders beginning in January! Details coming soon.
Your copy of the Winter/Spring Recreation Guide will soon be in your mailbox!
Join us, Sun., January 21 from 1:15-2:30 pm, for 75 minutes of Strong Yoga Flow, led by Nancy. The class is free to members. Non-members - $8 Resident; $10 Non-resident.
If depression affects you, or someone you care about - don't miss this community event designed to offer real-world perspective and practical resources. Tues., January 23, from 5-8:30 pm.
Welcome to CTPA's the Pickleball Press - a newsletter with the latest news and information from the world of pickleball both nationally and locally.
We offer programs for all ages and skills levels. Learn the game or improve your game, playing indoors and outdoors. We even offer private lessons.
As of mid-October, the asphalt for all the courts has been laid and crews are adding the finished surface and lines. But, the courts will not be available for play until April 14, 2018. Wiring and landscaping remain...
Pickleball is a paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn and it can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.
How can a person improve in Pickleball? Jeff Shank, a gold medal player, shared his insights during a free clinic presented by CTPA.
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Please review the requirements for disposing of old mattresses and box springs.
Vogel Disposal, Inc. requires that mattress and box springs set out for disposal be wrapped in plastic and securely taped. Mattress and box spring disposal is considered a large item, therefore, needs a $4 bag tag for pick-up. &nb...Read on...
When placing carts curbside, please be sure the lids are closed.
This enables the truck pick-up arm to work properly and ensures that your trash isn't scattered on the street!Place carts curbside facing the street at least 2 ft. apart and at least 5 ft. from your mailbox.
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The Collection Connection™ is Cranberry’s residential collection service for trash, recycling and yard waste.
Put your address on the Do Not Knock list if you want door-to-door solicitors to skip your home.
Save time and avoid late fees by paying your sewer, water, trash bill online. We have a variety of options, including e-bill.
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