In The Spotlight
A wetdown is a ritual celebrated by many volunteer fire departments in the United States in which squads of firefighters from neighboring towns ritualistically commission a new fire apparatus by anointing it with water sprayed from the visitors' firefighting equipment.
Last week Durban Avenue students attended the Don't Press Send Workshop - "An education in Cyber Civics."
Newton, NJ – Andy Boden, a life-long Sussex County resident and a Lieutenant with the Sussex County Sheriff’s Department, announced his candidacy for Sheriff of Sussex County on Friday March 15th, 2019 at the Wallkill Valley VFW in Vernon.
Here's your opportunity to take place in one of the largest Craft & Vendors shows in the area.
Largest Wakeboarding Event in the Northeast, will once again be held on Lake Hopatcong, as hosted by the great Beach Front Venue of the Lake Forest Yacht Club.
Basketball Slam Fundraiser is a ticket selling program. Your JTHS Football will profit by selling tickets. For the purpose of this fundraiser, we use the College Basketball Tournament that takes place in March.
An improvement project to the county’s Route 46 rail crossing in the Kenvil section of Roxbury Township, between Kenvil Avenue and Hillside Avenue (near Blue Ridge Lumber), is scheduled for the weekend of April 5-7.
Mount Arlington's Cydney Halpin Predicts Afternoon Filled With 'Fabulous Music' at NJ Jazz Society's Pee Wee Russell Stomp
According to reporting from TAPintoRoxbury Chatham lawyer William Anastasio steps forward to give his version of the accident.
Colon cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the US. 60% if those deaths could be prevented if everyone age 50 or older were screened regularly for colon cancer.
As a member of the Morris Area Energy Aggregation Program, the Borough of Mount Arlington is pleased to announce that the Co-Op has exceeded $1 Million in savings for the residents collectively.
Mount Arlington Mayor and Council presents: Community garden Mural Contest!
Offshore powerboat racing is back again in Lake Hopatcong. This time, it plays host to the 2019 National Championship. They are expecting 10 or more race classes, which will be made up of 40+ boats. All of them will be competing in this Offshore Powerboat Association (OPA) event, which runs out of the prestigious Lake Forest Yacht Club (LFYC), otherwise known as Race Village.
Need another excuse to go boating? Here you go: it's good for your health!
It may be hard to picture, while snowflakes are falling outside, but it won’t be long before the 2019 Lake Hopatcong Block Party is here!
Private Invitation Only - Not Open to the Public.
The Knee Deep Club will hold the third 2019 Ice Fishing contest on Sunday March 3, 2019. The contest will begin at 6 AM and conclude at 4PM.The contest entry fee is $20.00 for club members and $25.00 ($20.00 fee plus $5.00 non-member fee).