Forest Edge plan includes lots for 59 new homes
Board authorizes $500k-plus in purchases and lease
Efforts to keep rainwater out of the system continue
Ron Lewis used vehicle area to expand
Old Thyssen Krupp metals site to become a body shop
Alley and sidewalk modifications given Board’s okay
Glen Eden property subdivision would protect family homestead
Volunteer membership remains strong
Modification approved to shorten allowable setback
Cranberry to become chain’s showcase
Automated life-saving devices guide people rendering aid through their use
This program assists citizens in the “golden hour” of emergency care following a traffic accident when they may not be able to communicate their needs themselves.
In Cranberry, you must dial 911 for police, fire and EMS services, as well as for emergency response. The 9-1-1 center manages all service and support requests. Calling the office numbers will result in a delayed response
Cranberry kids will soon begin building the future, one Lego brick at a time, through two separate programs in the Municipal Center.
Five Parks & Recreation Department events planned for February specifically focus on serving the community’s special needs population.
N Zone Sports, whose franchisees operate youth leagues, camps, and programs in a variety of sports for children through age 14, will offer soccer courses for very young players starting February 15.
Fields and facilities are winterized and closed for general use at Community, North Boundary and Graham Parks, until March.
The Township welcomes the opportunity to assist our students in completing their Graduation Project. Please plan well in advance!