WESTFIELD, NJ — A man hit by a vehicle while crossing South Avenue West was knocked unconscious New Year’s Day, police said.

A firefighter and lifelong resident of Westfield has died. He was 88.

A new report is anticipated to help town officials prioritize which roads to pave first. Read these stories and more below.

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