WESTFIELD, NJ — The parents of a Westfield High School student who died by suicide in 2018 are suing the school district and town. They claim years of bullying caused their son’s death.
Students from the Westfield High School Gay Straight Alliance and the school’s literary arts magazine, Folio, painted a rainbow crosswalk in downtown Westfield Friday morning.
Sky the cat spent six days up a tree in Westfield. After repeated rescue attempts, the feline is safe and awaiting adoption. Read these stories, and more, below:
Lawsuit Claims Bullying, Sex Assaults Led to Westfield Student’s Suicide
Students Brighten up Downtown Westfield With Rainbow Crosswalk
Westfield Bands Together to Rescue Cat Stuck in Tree for Six Days
Westfield Memorial Pool 2020: Time Slots, ‘COVID Ambassador,’ BYO Chairs
Woman Hit by Car in Westfield Thursday Sustains Head Injuries, Police Say
Car Fire Quickly Knocked Down in Westfield Friday
Graduating Westfield High School Seniors Honored in Windows of Arcanum Hall
Westfield Celebrates Grads Tuesday Night With Video Tribute, Clap and Cap Toss
Dining Outdoors in NJ? What Restaurant Workers Wish You Knew
Westfield’s Patriotic Pallet Painters Shifting Gears in Effort to Fight Hunger
Westfield High School Seniors Accept 145 Awards at Annual Ceremony Held Virtually (Watch)
TAPinto Westfield Honored by NJ Society of Professional Journalists for Grassroots Coverage
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