A state Superior Court judge in Morristown ruled in favor of the Borough of Hopatcong in the case where its municipal clerk claimed she was unlawfully excluded from sessions of council meetings.
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The Hopatcong High School Wind Ensemble participated in the Hopatcong September 11 Ceremony held in Fireman's Park at Town Hall.
Mark your calendars and come out to beautiful Hopatcong Borough for Apple Pie and Art, a FREE, interactive, fantastic art show sponsored by the Hopatcong Creative Arts Council and Sussex County Community College on Saturday, September 24th from 11-4pm ET at Hopatcong High School.
Hopatcong Farmers Market cancelled on September 4, 2016. Without notice to the residents!
Hopatcong Ambulance Squad: To all our Hopatcong friends, family, and neighbors. The Hopatcong Ambulance Squad Is looking for volunteers.
Hopatcong Land Use Board; Surprise announcement of a meeting on Atkins/Hopatcong, Block 10712 Lots 38 & 48
When you are in second grade, attending school all summer long seems like really harsh punishment.
Hopatcong Borough starts “In Honor of Our Troops” tribute page that acknowledges the great sacrifice that our men and women in the military make to maintain our Freedom.
The Hopatcong HS administration and the Hopatcong football team would like to thank the New York Jets for their generosity in donating brand new cleats for the Hopatcong HS football team.
Hopatcong High School uses STEAM to develop talent and leadership in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics. The Hopatcong High School STEAM Academy mission is to inspire, challenge, and offer invaluable opportunities to those students who will use their exceptional abilities in the 21st Century, through motivational effects of a dynamic project-based, research-based curriculum.
On July 24, 2016, Jose Negron of Hopatcong took 1st place and received $1,000 in gift certificates from donors, as he consumed a total of 13 plain hot dogs in the 10 minute time frame.
As more details have become available, domestic dispute story continues to take bizarre twists and turns.
On Tuesday morning (July 26, 2016) a man broke into his ex-wife's home in Hopatcong, N.J., and took their two children, The stunt was short-lived as Andrew Cooper II surrendered at the Hopatcong police station in Sussex County, police said. The children, ages 10 and 5, were there and unhurt.