WESTFIELD, NJ — The real estate market in Westfield is heating up as city-dwellers flock to the suburbs amid COVID-19.

Over 2,000 people turned out for a student-led George Floyd protest in Westfield at which Gov. Phil Murphy and Tom Malinowski spoke.

The town is working with the high school’s LGBTQ club to paint a rainbow crosswalk in the downtown. Read these stories, and more, at the links below.

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Coronavirus Accelerates Westfield Real Estate Market

Bear Spotted in Westfield Tuesday. Here’s What to do if you see it.

Tentative Opening Date for Westfield Town Pool Set. Town Summer Camp Goes Virtual.

Westfield to Convert Quimby Street Into Pedestrian Plaza on Weekends

Murphy, Malinowski Kneel for George Floyd at Student-led Protest in Westfield

Murphy Responds to Calls that He Violated COVID-19 Orders at 2 BLM Protests

In Westfield, Floyd’s Killing Reopens old Wounds Over a Death in Police Custody

Westfield to Paint Rainbow Crosswalk Downtown for Pride Month

Westfield Police Investigating After Signs Cut Down at MLK Monument

Plans to Honor Late Principal Dr. Derrick Nelson Do Not Include Renaming School, Super Says

Westfield Schools Projected to Lose $494,000 in State Aid, BA Says

Westfield High School In-Person Graduation Ceremony Planned for July 8

Westfield BOE Names Interim Leaders for Lincoln and Franklin Schools

Driver Ticketed in Westfield Crash That Killed Scotch Plains Pedestrian, Police Say

Mask Etiquette Could be More Than You Think. Westfield Health Officer Explains.

In Westfield, Healthcare Workers Stage Walkout in Support of Black Lives Matter

Amid Pandemic, Westfield Native, Judo Olympian, Says he had to Take Random Drug Test

Westfield Natives Charles Addams, Virginia Apgar Nominees for NJ Hall of Fame

Allstate Westfield Athlete of the Week: Mikaela Buoscio

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