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  • 2/17/2018 WESTFIELD — Prevail, an advocacy organization for victims of crime and abuse in Hamilton county, is partnering with Westfield High School in an “Orange Out” at the Feb. 20 boys’ basketball game to promote awareness of teen dating violence.’
    Orange is the color of Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, which takes place during February. The game will start at 6 p.m. and feature special giveaways from Prevail for attendees.
    One in three adolescents is a victim of physical, emotional, or sexual abuse from a dating partner. Only 30 percent of these teens ever tell anyone else about the abuse.
  • 2/16/2018 WESTFIELD – Westfield’s residents may notice a change when visiting the city’s website.The city recently completed a site-wide redesign that will give users more accessibility to information.
    The new site continues the city’s commitment to ensure that website content is formatted to serve the needs of users with various devices, such as PCs, laptops, tablets and smartphones. The main navigation now also features “mega menus” which provide improved site navigation to areas of the website users are most likely to need.
  • 2/14/2018 WESTFIELD – Due to weather conditions this winter, Westfield-Washington Schools is extending the school year by one day.
    As of now, the last official day of school will be May 25, 2018. If there are additional closures, the last day may need to be adjusted.
    It is also necessary to move graduation. Pending board approval, the graduation date 7 p.m. May 31.
    Moving forward, the district will work to ensure there is a bigger buffer between the last day of class and graduation.
    Furthermore, WWS administrators are working on configuring an e-Learning plan. The eLearning days will allow learning and instruction to take place during snow days.
    There will be no classes Feb, 23 due to a teacher professional development day.
  • Spring planting event celebrates Colts Training Camp at Grand Park
    2/9/2018 WESTFIELD – The rivalry is back on in Westfield. 
    Westfield residents will have a chance to show their support for the Indianapolis Colts with this year’s spring planting event.
    The “Plant the City Blue” competition is a chance for residents to show their pride in the community and their homes, while also welcoming the Indianapolis Colts to their new training camp location at Grand Park this summer.
    “This will be a fun competition to determine which homes, neighborhoods and apartments can show the best and bluest floral spirit,” said Angie Smitherman, Community Events and Engagement director.
  • 2/9/2018 WESTFIELD – Suburban Indy Shows is playing host to its second Home & Outdoor Living Show through Sunday at Grand Park Events Center.
    The Suburban Indy Home & Outdoor Living Spring Show connects local, north side residents with local, north side businesses to accomplish renovation dreams. 
    The Suburban Indy Home & Outdoor Living Spring Show has partnered with 104.5 WJJK, 95.5 WFMS and ENeRGY 93.9 to give you the chance to win a $21,000 Backyard Makeover, from Capehart Landscape & Design, O’Malia’s Living in Carmel and Techo-Bloc. For more information on how to register to win visit www.suburbanindyshows.com. Qualifiers will compete at 12:30pm on Sunday February 11 on the show stage for the grand prize. Complete contest rules can be found on the radio station's website via their contest entry pages. No purchase necessary.
  • Westfield DPW goes on pothole offensive
    2/8/2018 WESTFIELD – Westfield’s public works department is going on the attack as pothole season arrives in the city.
    “As potholes once again become more and more prevalent thanks to the shifting temperatures, we want to encourage residents to let us know where to focus our efforts,” Mayor Andy Cook said. “We’re again encouraging residents to utilize the Report It feature on our city’s website, which will allow our public works crews to identify and fix those pesky potholes.”
    This year, Westfield’s pothole crew is working with a four-ton hotbox instead of a two-ton hotbox. This means the crew can stay out in the field longer before they have to return for more product.
  • Westfield student named Presidential Scholar candidate
    2/8/2018 WESTFIELD – Patrick Hester, a graduating senior at Westfield High School, has been named one of more than 4,500 candidates in the 2018 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. The candidates were selected from nearly 3.6 million students expected to graduate from U.S. high schools in the year 2018.
    Inclusion in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program, now in its 54th year, is one of the highest honors bestowed upon graduating high school seniors. Scholars are selected on the basis of superior academic and artistic achievements, leadership qualities, strong character and involvement in community and school activities.
  • 2/7/2018 Carmel, Fishers and Westfield have been named among the top 10 safest cities in Indiana by The National Council for Home Safety and Security.
    Carmel ranked third, Fishers fourth, and Westfield seventh.
    To identify the safest cities, the council reviewed the most recent FBI Uniform Crime Report statistics along with its own population data and internal research. The council eliminated any cities that failed to submit a complete crime report to the FBI and removed cities with populations less than 10,000.
  • Mayor Andy Cook asked to serve on U.S. DOT committee
    1/24/2018 WESTFIELD – Westfield Mayor Andy Cook was nominated to serve on the National Advisory Committee on Travel and Tourism Infrastructure by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
    “I’m honored by this nomination,” says Mayor Andy Cook. “My background in transportation and Westfield’s dedication to the tourism industry gives me the perfect opportunity to represent a state I love so dearly.”
    Mayor Cook’s involvement on the committee will begin 2018.
  • Westfield Intermediate School Market Day 2018 profitable
    1/24/2018 WESTFIELD – Sixth graders at Westfield Intermediate School had a profitable Friday, selling products and services they developed for Market Day.
    Students created their own businesses in teams of 3-5. The businesses need to provide either a good or a service.
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