WESTFIELD, NJ — A 12-year-old Westfield boy will appear on the TV show “Chopped Junior.”

The fiancé of late Westfield High School principal Dr. Derrick Nelson, who died from complications from his donation of bone marrow to a stranger, has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit.

What is apparently a mangy fox has been making its way around town. An area wildlife expert said that if the animal is left to its devices, it will not survive past winter.

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Westfield Boy Competes on the Food Network’s ‘Chopped Junior’

Coyote? Chupacabra? In Westfield, it’s Probably a Mangy Fox

With Lawsuit, Fiancé of Westfield Principal Who Died Calls for Justice

Anesthesia, not Marrow Donation at Issue in Death of Westfield Principal

Westfield Man Headed for His 700th Hole of Golf for a Cause

NJ Man Seeks his Wedding Ring Last Seen at Westfield Pizza Run

Nearly 2,000 Runners Rewarded with Pizza at 5K Race in Westfield

Westfield Pizza Run 2019: Time to see how the Runners Did

Former Plainfield Rescue Squad EMT, Westfield Resident Files Whistleblower Suit

Betty List Entered in Westfield Historical Society Hall of Fame

Westfield Food Pantry Holding Summer Drive Through Aug. 16

Did you Hear? Meeting on Union County Cell Tower Aug. 19

Westfield Police Blotter: 3 Separate Frauds, Bicycle Theft & More

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