The following Weekly News Recap covers top articles that include Nine Members of the Violent Bloods Street Gang Busted, Major Movement forward to Legalize Adult-use Marijuana in New Jersey and NJ Consumer Affairs finds 20% possibility you’re getting short changed on your Heating Oil delivery.
Nine Alleged Members of Violent Set of Bloods Indicted on Charges of First-Degree Racketeering & Conspiring to Distribute Heroin in Paterson and other areas of New Jersey.
Governor Murphy, Senate President Sweeney, Assembly Speaker Coughlin, Senator Scutari, and Assemblywoman Quijano Announce Agreement on Broad Outlines of Legalization of Adult-Use Marijuana
In addition to Bill to Legalize Marijuana - Governor Phil Murphy Greatly Expands Medicinal Marijuana Program
Murphy Administration Adds 25,500 Patients, 400 Doctors to Medicinal Marijuana Program
We are proud to announce that our new "Community Resource & Wellness Center", located at 47 Hopatchung Road, Hopatcong, is being refurbished and program planning has begun.
Regional / State News:
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is seeking one (1) Dump Truck Driver hourly employee, as part of Hopatcong State Park’s Weed Harvesting Program for Lake Hopatcong.
The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs’ Office of Weights and Measures did a surprise inspection of 20 heating oil trucks and found 20% have been tampered with the oil meters to cheat consumers.
Graduates Once Again Give CCM Top Grades for Providing a Quality Education - 99 Percent Rate Their College Experience as Excellent or Good
Adults interested in volunteering with children during the day are urged to contact the Little Sprouts Early Learning Center in Newton.
This spring if your thinking of using your local hardware store for Compost and Mulch and carrying the bags home, you may want to consider Morris County MUA lower prices and free delivery.
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The Annual Fashion Show, now in its 13th year, has long been a ritual for women of Hopatcong and the surrounding areas.
Please join us for the 8th Annual Dylan’s Dinosaur Stomp. Runners, joggers, walkers, skippers, gallopers, kids and strollers are all welcome.
This year the Hopatcong kids are totally embracing Books and Beyond! We are at a record 75% participation rate.
Thanks to a generous donation from the Hopatcong Elementary Parent Teacher Organization (HEPTO), the Hopatcong Durban Avenue School was honored to have a guest author visit on Friday, March 8, 2019.
On March 5, 2019, students involved in Hopatcong Durban Avenue School’s Gifted and Talented program had an opportunity to visit the Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum.
Dear Parents, on Mach 12th your child at Hopatcong Durban Avenue School attended the Don’t Press Send Workshop - “An Education In Cyber Civics”.
Northern New Jersey residents will be able to receive free legal assistance at Project Self-Sufficiency, thanks to a new partnership between Project Self-Sufficiency and Legal Services of Northwest Jersey, Inc. (LSNWJ).
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.
The Jefferson Township Recreation Department is pleased to announce that its 12th spring recreation track season is being offered for 2019.
ROXBURY, NJ (March 15, 2019) – Students at Jefferson and Kennedy Elementary Schools in Roxbury Township celebrated Digital Learning Day on February 28th.
The Jefferson Township Recreation Department is pleased to announce the 2019 Spring selection of Exercise Programs that are open to all Lake Hopatcong Communities (Jefferson, Hopatcong, Mount Arlington, Roxbury).
Mount Arlington News:
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.
ROXBURY, NJ (February 23, 2019) – Roxbury High School’s Graphic Design has class has created a partnering program to work with local businesses, entrepreneurs, and organizations (profit and non-profit).
ROXBURY, NJ (March 7, 2019) – Want to get out for a Girls Night Out? Date night? Join the Kennedy PTA in supporting a great cause!
ROXBURY, NJ (March 15, 2019) – The Roxbury Chapter of Junior State of America (JSA) attended the annual Mid-Atlantic Winter Congress in Washington, D.C. from February 22-24.
ROXBURY, NJ (March 15, 2019) – Four students from Eisenhower Middle School in Roxbury Township participated in the New Jersey Department of Energy - National Science Bowl in Princeton, NJ on Friday, February 22nd.
ROXBURY, NJ (March 15, 2019) – Roxbury High School sophomores, Jonathan Fragale and Hailey Gabloff were both accepted into the Eastern Wind Symphony Youth Band for the 2019 season.
ROXBURY, NJ (March 14, 2019) – It’s events like this that makes every day a great day to be a Gael! Roxbury High School had the opportunity on March 7th to acknowledge the hard work and accomplishments of one of their top athletes, senior Bridget Doherty.
ROXBURY, NJ (March 8, 2019) – Looking for something for your preschooler that's not a full-time commitment? Then look no further! Roxbury High School's preschool program is now accepting enrollments for their October 2nd start date. Roxbury and non-Roxbury residents welcome!
ROXBURY, NJ (March 8, 2019) – Students at Jefferson Elementary School in Roxbury Township celebrated Read Across America last week with fun-filled spirit days of Crazy Hair Day, Hat Day, and Dress like a Seuss Character Day.
- By Jess Murphy: Eight LHF volunteers representing the education team were honored for their incredible work in helping to create and run the LHF field trip program, which has taught thousands of students about watersheds, lake ecology, and how to protect the lake environment.
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