WESTFIELD, NJ — Town officials have approved a general plan for what they will allow to be put in 11 sites in Downtown Westfield — including a vacant movie theater and an expansive department store.

Westfield School Physician Dr. Susan Kaye is urging vigilance and caution as coronavirus case numbers increase in Westfield and across the state.

Westfield Police have arrested three arrests teens in two separate incidents involving weapons in a local park, police said. Read these stories, and more, below.

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Westfield Redevelopment: Council Hears from Lord & Taylor Redeveloper

Westfield Reports First COVID-19 Death Since July and its Highest 7-Day Caseload

Westfield Police: 3 Teens Arrested in Incidents Involving Weapons in Mindowaskin Park

Teens Arrested in Car Burglaries Monday Morning After Extensive Search

Westfield School Physician Urges Caution Amid Rising COVID-19 Cases

Educators Take Westfield School Board Race in 11-Candidate Contest (Tallies Certified)

Addams Tavern in Westfield is Back Open After COVID-19 Closure

Westfield’s 3rd Annual Gingerbread Contest Starts Soon: How to Enter

Outdoor Dining: Downtown Westfield Corp. Giving Parklets Time Into Winter

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Westfield High School Student Athletes Commit to Playing at Colleges, Universities

Allstate Westfield Athlete of the Week: Sean Hazard

2020 Westfield Turkey Trot Hits the Road Next Week, COVID Precautions in Place

Westfield’s Fun Club Hosts Food Drive to Give Thanksgiving Meals to Refugees

Pandemic or No, Westfield Neighborhood Council Continues to Empower

Westfield Police Blotter: Swastika in Park, Puppy Fraud & More

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