WESTFIELD, NJ — The Westfield High School class president has written a letter to Gov. Phil Murphy urging him to allow in-person graduations.

The mayor has appointed a 16-member task force comprised of municipal officials and business leaders to guide the reopening of the town.

A Westfield karate teacher has survived coronavirus. Read these stories, and more, at the links below.

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Westfield Senior Class President Lobbying Murphy for in-Person Graduation

Westfield Karate Teacher Shares His Coronavirus Survival Story

Westfield COVID-19 Reopening Task Force to Decide Next Steps

Westfield Neighbors Helping Their Mail Carrier After Fire Destroys His Home

Westfield School Board Updates Distance Learning Plan

Westfield’s Graduation Plans Remain a ‘Work in Progress,’ Superintendent Says

Westfield Community Helps Make 117 Gowns to Protect Healthcare Workers

Westfield Rescue Squad Volunteers on the Frontlines of COVID-19 Fight

Plans to Launch Full Day Kindergarten in Westfield Stall Amid Pandemic

4 Westfield High School Teachers Honored for Excellence

Westfield COVID-19 Reopening Task Force to Decide Next Steps

Westfield Area YMCA to Host Clothing Drive June 3

Allstate Westfield Athlete of the Week: Amanda Paden

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