WESTFIELD, NJ — Confirmation that Lord & Taylor plans to liquidate its 38 stores, including Westfield's, in anticipation of a final closing rocked the community.
Recreation Department staff in Westfield are preparing to open the town pool on June 6, but only if the state permits it to happen.
The first contact-free farmers market in Westfield was hailed as a success. Read these stories, and more, at the links below.
What Does Lord & Taylor’s Anticipated Liquidation Mean for Westfield?
Westfield Plans to Open Town Pool June 6 — if NJ Will Allow
Single-Car Crash Into Westfield House Thursday Tied to Medical Incident
First Contactless Farmers Market in Westfield ‘A Great Success’
COVID-19: Two New Deaths Reported in Westfield Wednesday
Westfield Officials: No COVID-19 ‘Knuckleheads,’ Remote Court, Mask Wearing
Eyes in Westfield’s Skies: Police Drones Patrolling Parks
Westfield Fun Club Helps Feed More Than 100 Local Refugee Families
Mayor: ‘Vast Cooperation’ at Westfield Parks’ Weekend Reopening Amid COVID-19
Westfield Health Officials Looking to School Nurses for Help Tracking COVID-19
Westfield Student’s T-Shirt Artwork Supporting Mental Health Nonprofit
Allstate Westfield Athlete of the Week: Victor Coustan
Murphy Thanks Westfield Family Painting Patriotic Pallets for Coronavirus Fund
Laughter, Love, Virtual Hugs in Westfield, Area COVID-19 Facebook Groups
Pandemic Doesn’t Stop Car Thieves From Targeting Westfield
Westfield Library Children’s Area Getting Facelift During COVID-19 Closure
Schools in NJ to Remain Closed for Rest of Academic Year, Murphy Says
Westfield Super Reacts to NJ School Closures, Says District Planning Virtual Year-End Celebrations
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