WESTFIELD, NJ — A plan to reopen schools this fall includes varying schedules of virtual and in-person learning.

A tropical storm swept through the region, knocking down numerous trees and taking out power for days for many customers in Westfield.

With younger COVID-19 patients have come new challenges for health officials serving Westfield. Read these stories, and more, at the links below.

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What Will School Look Like for Westfield Students This Fall?

Lord & Taylor Bankruptcy Comes as Westfield Sets up for Site Redevelopment

Younger COVID-19 Patients Bring New Challenges For Westfield Health Officials

Westfield Health Director Wants More Specifics From State on NJ School Openings

Westfield Collecting Storm Debris from Town Trees Only. Cleanup Could Take Weeks.

PHOTOS: Storm Isaias Causes Downed Trees, Wires and Small Fires in Westfield

Westfield Police: Tamaques Park Closed as DPW Assesses Trees After Isaias

Teens Arrested in Pair of Westfield Vehicle Thefts, Police Say

In Westfield, Auto Thieves Capitalize on Storm

Brothers From Westfield Reunited on Field for Major League Lacrosse’s Denver Outlaws

Turf Fields in Tamaques, Other Improvements Eyed For Westfield Parks

Public Art: Fiberglass Butterflies Land in Westfield, Celebrating 300th Anniversary

Westfield’s Dr. Virginia Apgar, Charles Addams Make NJ Hall of Fame

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