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By increasing lot sizes and making 48 commitments, Oak Park neighbors have endorsed the 28-lot development of Pedcor Investments and the Paul Estridge Group. (Submitted rendering) 0

Oak Park plans come to consensus 

On April 7, the Pedcor Invesments and Paul Estridge Group project for Oak Park was met with overwhelming objection from neighbors at the Westfield Advisory Plan Commission meeting. In the three months since then,...

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Football stadium moves forward, bids accepted

The Westfield Washington School Board took another step to making the new Riverview Health football stadium a reality on July 1 by approving 14 bids worth $6.6 million. In addition to the costs, Westfield...

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City, officials open sports complex

Since Grand Park opened in March, it has had nearly 400,000 people pass through the gates for the first time. On June 20 through 22, city and state officials joined residents in celebrating the...

Original development plans have six foot fencing and columns around the entire stadium along with other landscaping but city ordinances may require a brick wall to hide bleacher seats from U.S. 31. (Submitted rendering) 0

Stadium plans hit brick wall

The design plans for Riverview Health Stadium have reached its first hurdle – a brick wall. According to city ordinances, the Westfield High School stadium is in the U.S. 31 overlay and subject to...

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Westfield Community Stadium project takes shape

Westfield Advisory Plan Commission members received their first official look at the new proposed Westfield Community Stadium on June 2. Westfield Washington Schools is seeking approval of a development and site plan review for...

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Snapshot: Westfield High School Graduation

Westfield High School celebrated the 467 graduates of the Class of 2014 during the school’s 123rd commencement ceremony on May 31. WHS Principal Dr. Stacy McGuire said the class accepted $5,476,000 in scholarships. (Photos...

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Public provides conceptual input

The public received its first view of conceptual plans for the Grand Junction Plaza project at the May 28 Party on the Patio. The monthly Downtown Westfield Association event allowed citizens to view and...

Sixteen third- and fourth-grade students completed the 25-hour coding program by the deadline of May 15 and earned Oak Trace Elementary School a $1,000 grant. (Photo by Lauren Quintanilla) 0

First class coders at Oak Trace

By Lauren Quintanilla You’ve heard the saying “the kids of today are tomorrow’s future,” and that couldn’t be closer to the truth in Kylie Chrismond’s third- and fourth-grade Digital Citizenship class at Oak Trace...

The Westfield app is available for iPhone and Android users. (Staff photo) 0

New app connects users to Westfield

Finding out what’s happening in the City of Westfield is now available in the palm of residents and visitors’ hands. As a new way to stay in touch, the city has created the Westfield,...