WESTFIELD, NJ — An accidentally discarded wedding ring was rescued from the rear of a garbage truck.

Girls just want to have fun, and that they did as “Girls’ Night Out” became “Girls’ Night In” Thursday due to COVID-19.

Four people were arrested following a police chase through Westfield Tuesday night. Read these stories, and more, at the links below:

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Westfield Woman, Sanitation Workers Rescue Engagement Ring From Garbage Truck

Westfield Teen Earns Major Following with Videos on TikTok, Instagram

Downtown Westfield’s ‘Girls’ Night In’ Shines Light on Local Businesses

Westfield Council OKs 2020 Budget 8-1 Amid COVID-19 Revenue Uncertainty

Westfield Council Moves on 5-year Tax Incentive Law for Downtown District

COVID-19: Westfield Reports 4 More Dead, Bringing Local Death Toll to 41

Westfield Further Loosens COVID-19 Park Restrictions Friday

Westfield Mayor: Teens Gathering in Brightwood Park, Not Social Distancing

Westfield Residents can Still get Backyard Pools in Time for Summer, Officials Say

4 Arrested, 1 Wanted After Tuesday Police Chase Through Westfield

Can You Hold a Virtual Pizza Run? Downtown Westfield Plans on it

Allstate Westfield Athlete of the Week: Michaela Hobson

COVID-19: NJ Medical Director On ‘Mask Droop Syndrome,’ Hospitalizations Up

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