The July 8, 2019 Lake Hopatcong Commission Regular Monthly Meeting has been relocated to Hopatcong High School, starting at 7 pm. The meeting will take place in the cafeteria and is open to the public. NJDEP and Princeton Hydro will present information on cyanobacteria on Lake Hopatcong.
On July 13th the Roxbury PBA 311 COPS CARE 14th annual wiffle ball tournament will be played at Horseshoe Lake. Teams have until Wednesday, July 10th to sign-up and support this great cause for Madeline Shayla Holloway.
On July 13th the Roxbury PBA 311 COPS CARE 14th annual wiffle ball tournament will be played at Horseshoe Lake. Over the past 13 years of this tournament, the Roxbury PBA 311 donated $164,599 to families with children battling cancer and this year is no different.
According to reports from the lake Hopatcong Foundation, the Lake Hopatcong Commission Meeting on July 8th has been moved to Hopatcong High School to accommodate a large public audience.
On July 3rd the NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) conducted a flyover of Lake Hopatcong and found improved conditions in the open areas of the lake, compared to the last visual results.
Lake communities like Morris County Mt Arlington and Sussex County Hopatcong Borough are also part of the NYC metro area.
Regional / State News:
Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and U.S. Marshal for the District of New Jersey Juan Mattos today announced the arrest of 75 fugitives, including 26 gang members, in Camden and Atlantic City as part of a multiagency anti-violence initiative known as “Operation Summer in the City 2.”
Infrastructure week fizzled with lawmakers and the president unable to pass the bill. So what does that mean for the current state of US infrastructure?
This summer there are several special events that are open to Seniors and Veterans in Hopatcong. Below is the information on how to make sure your included in these no-cost / low-cost events.
The Sussex County Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Senior Services, Municipal Alliance, and the Veterans Committee welcome veterans and their families to attend the 7th Annual Veterans Picnic.
Hopatcong Lake Regional News had a chance to stop into our local Farmers Market for 2019 on Sunday,
to sample the variety of offering they had for the community.
The following are some of the major events that are occurring at the Hopatcong Community Resource & Wellness Center in July.
Art DiBenedetto, Hopatcong Superintendent of Schools, Announces - The Hopatcong Bom"Jazz"tics Jazz Band played for The Miss Lotta Veteran's Cruise.
On Wednesday, the Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders approved over five million dollars in DOT funding to pave 75 miles of county roads across the Sussex county area. Hopatcong received another $250,000 that will be used to upgrade the signal lights for the intersections of RT-607 (River Styx), Crescent Road and Lakeside Blvd.
(Augusta, NJ) The Sussex County Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Senior Services is proud to present Senior Day at the New Jersey State Fair.
Jefferson Township (06/23/2019): Hopatcong Lake Reginal News had the privilege of covering the 1st annual Katie’s House Presents - Dan’s Place Charity Motorcycle Run to benefit local young men with disabilities.
Mount Arlington News:
The Lake Hopatcong Elks are excited to announce that we are running our 1st Annual Men's Slow Pitch Softball Tournament that will be held on Saturday, August 17th, 2019 at Landing Park.
Mount Arlington 8th Grade Students make Historical Connections to the engineering of the Morris Canal
The eighth grade Mt. Arlington class under the instruction of Julie Crawford, Gateway Enrichment Teacher presents the work of students Lucas Roldan and Thomas McGlynn, which researched and developed a detail summary of the development of the Morris Canal.
Films are Free; Seating is Limited: You are invited to the Morris County library’s free screenings of recent blockbusters films and independent movies for adults on Fridays at 2 p.m.
Lake Hopatcong News:
| By Holly Odgers - The N.J. Boat Regulation Commission will be holding its July meeting on Lake Hopatcong for the second year in a row.
LHF | | By Holly Odgers: “What is your water story” is designed to complement NJCH’s statewide Water/Ways initiative, a Smithsonian Institute Museum on Main Street travelling pop-up exhibition being held from July 1 – August 10 at the Lake Hopatcong Foundation Environmental and Cultural Center.
The Lake Hopatcong Foundation is thrilled to be hosting the Smithsonian’s Water/Ways exhibition from July 1 through August 10 at the Lake Hopatcong Foundation Environmental and Cultural Center, 125 Landing Road, Landing, NJ.
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