WESTFIELD, NJ — A sudden spike in COVID-19 cases includes nine people between the ages of 18 and 21, the mayor reported Saturday.

The Westfield Public School District is considering plans for learning in the fall, including both a hybrid model, which combines in-person and online remote instruction, and a distance learning model, which would be fully remote.

Stop & Shop on Elm Street has another year to act on its proposed expansion — a plan which was the subject of a lawsuit in 2014. Read these stories and more at the links below:

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Westfield Sees Sudden Rise in COVID-19 Cases, With More Expected

COVID-19: ‘We Can Get This Genie Back in the Bottle,’ Mayor Says

Westfield Schools’ Reopening Plan Coming in Early August, Superintendent Says

Westfield Stop & Shop Gets Another Year to Act on Proposed Expansion

‘Live Life in the Present’: Westfield Graduation Cut Short by Storm to Continue Thursday

Westfield High School Seniors Cap Off 2020 Graduation Ceremony (PHOTOS)

Westfield Readers Share Their 2020 Graduation Photos

Westfield Detour Due to Downed Wires Likely to Last Until Monday, Police Say

Lawmaker Says NJ Should Pick up Restaurants’ Tab After Nixing Indoor Dining

Westfield Planning Board Kicks Controversial Historic Homes Law Back to Council

Developer Opts For Offsite Parking to Meet Westfield Rules on Building Expansion

Westfield Library to Reopen for Browsing Monday. Curbside Pickup Still Available.

Westfield Town Officials May Hire Firm to Design Turf Fields at Edison School

Downtown Westfield Readying for Virtual ‘Pizza Run’

Recovered from Coronavirus, Westfield Karate Teacher Beats World Record

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