WESTFIELD, NJ — A resident of Fair Hill Drive, who heard windows breaking Monday afternoon, later identified the culprit as a 20-year-old Newark man attempting to break into the residence, police said.

Two Westfield Board of Education members have resigned abruptly.

A 5K night race has been established to honor a 19-year-old Westfeld High School graduate who died in a house fire in 2017.

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Read these and more local stories from this past week in Westfield.

Newark Man Accused of Attempted Daytime Break-in in Westfield

Two Westfield School Board Members Resign, Volunteers Sought

Westfield Crash Causes Council to Consider Parking Law Change

Professional Athlete in Westfield: Girls Play Hockey, Too

MLK Day 2019 in Westfield: Here’s How You Can Participate

Westfield 5K to Honor 19-year-old Who Died in 2017 House Fire

Westfield Revaluation Results Rolling in – What Happens Now?

Fundraiser Established as Community Rallies Around Westfield Man with Spinal Injury

Gov’t Shutdown: Westfield Businesses Step up After Feds Hold Workers’ Pay

Risk-Based Restaurant, Food Retailer Inspection Fees Headed to Westfield

Westfield Council Proposes Smoking Ban at Town Events, on Rooftop Dining Areas

Allstate Westfield Athlete of the Week: Lauren Triarsi

Boys Basketball: Westfield Edges Scotch Plains-Fanwood in Thrilling Game, 60-59

Girls Basketball: Westfield Caps Season Sweep of Roselle Catholic, Wins, 50-47

The Westfield Board of Education meets Tuesday, Jan. 22

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