WESTFIELD, NJ – Flags will be lowered statewide on Monday in memory of Dr. Derrick Nelson, the Westfield High School Principal, who died from complications following his bone marrow donation.
A high-speed police chase that started on a residential road in Westfield ended in an arrest in Newark Thursday morning, police said.
A 9-year-old boy’s quick thinking helped avert a house fire. It is a story that spread like wildfire on social media this week.
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NJ to Lower Flags for Westfield High School Principal Who Died in Selfless Act
Westfield High School Principal Dr. Derrick Nelson Remembered for Compassion
Hundreds Memorialize Late Westfield High School Principal Dr. Derrick Nelson
Services set for Westfield High School Principal, 44, Dr. Derrick Nelson
Seventh-Graders are all They can be at Westfield Area YMCA Health Bee
Suspect in Westfield Car Theft Arrested After Chase, Newark Crash, Police Say
Alcohol Suspected in Sunday Morning Rollover Crash, Westfield Police Say
Quick Thinking by This Westfield 9-year-old Helped Avert House Fire
Westfield Worries Persist Over Plan for Taller Power Poles, Higher Voltage Wires
Westfield PD: Meet at the Police Station for Internet Exchanges with Strangers
Westfield Historical Society Recognizing PR Guru Who Handled 1982 Tylenol Crisis
Bicyclist Beset by Seizures at Park in Westfield Sunday is OK, Police Say
How Did Team do at ‘Midday Madness’ Weekend Clue Hunt?
Allstate Westfield Athlete of the Week: Devon McLane
Baseball: Westfield Stuns Scotch Plains-Fanwood with 5-4 Walk-Off Win
Boys Lacrosse: Westfield Snaps Chatham’s Win Streak, 9-8
Woman, 65, Dead in Cranford House Fire Thursday, Authorities Say
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