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20325 Route 19 • Cranberry TWP, PA 16066
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  • Hoedown set to lend helping hand

    For the second year in a row, the Glade Run Foundation will host its Harvest Hoedown fundraiser to benefit the traumatized children it serves.

  • Libraries get the chance to raise a glass

    The Cranberry Public Library recently sought and obtained permission from the township to join many other Western Pennsylvania libraries in holding fundraising events in which alcohol will be served.

  • Local Elks Lodge shows community spirit with donations

    On July 27, the Cranberry Township Elks Lodge made donations of $650 each to three township organizations: the Miracle League of Southwestern Pennsylvania, the Cranberry Township Volunteer Fire Company, and the Cranberry Public Library.

  • Community focus ahead in Cranberry

    It is time once again for the CTCC Community Days Festival. This event, held traditionally on the second Saturday of July and the two days preceding it, attracts people from all across the township and Butler County.

  • Township EMS earns highest certification for pediatric services

    Cranberry Townships emergency medical services are now certified at the highest level for the care and transport of children.

  • Cocktail night on the way to the area

    The Crisis Center Norths (CCN) annual Cocktails & Cuisine event is coming up, and this year the popular event will be held at Woodland Foundation in Bradford Woods, just down the road from Cranberry Township.

  • Cranberry alternative fuel workshop scheduled

    A workshop hosted by the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will be held later this month for interested parties in Cranberry Township.

  • Students put together fundraiser for vets and pets

    At the end of March, students in the sports and entertainment marketing class at Mars High School, near Cranberry Township, will help others while learning a few important tools of the trade.

  • Cranberry Township Y offers fitness and weight loss classes

    The YMCA is now offering classes for those looking to shed their excess pounds gained over Christmas.

  • Cranberry Township residents encouraged to recycle trees

    As the holiday season comes to an end, people are left wondering what to do with their live Christmas trees. Although there's always the option of putting the trees out for garbage pickup, there are more environmentally friendly ways of disposing of them.