WESTFIELD, NJ — Will it reopen? If it does, will tacos still be served? Key questions remain unanswered concerning the apparent closure of a taco restaurant on a prime corner in Downtown Westfield.

The Historic Preservation Commission has its eyes on a 1757 home that a developer hopes to tear down. The residence on Central Avenue was once home to a member of the Revolutionary War brigade the Jersey Blues.

Establishments licensed to sell food, gasoline or alcohol in Westfield are now prohibited from also selling e-cigarettes under regulations approved by the Board of Health this week. Read these stories and more, below.

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Questions Linger Over Apparent Closure of Westfield Taco Restaurant

Historic Commission to Weigh in on Proposed Teardown of 1757 Westfield Home

Westfield Vape Sale Law Approved Over Shop Owners’ Protests

Town Expanding Downtown Westfield Corp’s Board (Updated)

Mountain Bike Group Wants to Help Westfield Build Trail in Brightwood Park

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Transgender Students: Westfield School Board Approves State Policy, Procedures

Westfield School Board Gets Training in Ethics, Social Media Use

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Thanks to Scouts, Birds Getting New Spots to Roost in Westfield

Westfield Student’s Show at Crossroads Saturday to Help Grief Support Center

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