WESTFIELD, NJ — An historic home that the community rallied around in an attempt to save in 2017 has been sold, and if the owners want to demolish it they’ll have to talk with the local historic preservation commission.
Someone kicked in the front glass door of the AT&T store on Central Avenue Tuesday evening and grabbed $5,920 worth of iPhones and iPads before walking out the front door, police said.
The Westfield Board of Education appointed a new principal for its youngest learners and a senior administrator to serve as interim superintendent for a month at its virtual meeting on Tuesday. Read these stories, and more, at the links below.
Westfield’s Historic Pierson-Clark Home Sells for $515,000
Police: Westfield AT&T Store Burglarized Overnight, $5,920 in Goods Stolen
New Salon Opens on South Ave. in Downtown Westfield
Westfield Doc, Teacher Among Union County Women Honored for Pandemic Efforts
Westfield School Board Names New Lincoln School Principal
Westfield Teachers, Staff Honored With Student-Nominated Awards
‘Pizza With The Police’: Westfield Law Enforcement Chats, Chows With Community
Baseball: Westfield’s Coach Bob Brewster Logs Most Wins in Union County History
Boys Lacrosse: Westfield Defeats Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 10-5, Advances to UC Final
Allstate Westfield Athlete of the Week: Will Fischer
NJ Festival Orchestra Readying to Premiere Show Filmed in Westfield
Union County Finance Director Faces Flack for Hiring of Husband’s Law Firm
Westfield Police Blotter: Identity Theft, DWI, Cash Stolen, Phone Found & More
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