Japanese Garden Experts to discuss Ikebana, Bonsai and Composition July 14
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Hopatcong Lake Regional News had the chance to speak to Flagstaff Extreme in Arizona, which is building the new Tree-Top adventure park in Ledgewood New Jersey.
BASEBALL / SOFTBALL SUMMER CAMP, HOSTED BY WALLKILL VALLEY, SPONSORED BY HIT n RUN BASEBALL ACADEMY
The "Cancer Thriving and Surviving Workshop" is a FREE six-week, 2 1/2 hour per week course, based on a chronic disease self-management model developed at Stanford University.
The summer Classic Car shows have been announced – To Benefit St' Jude's Children's Hospital
When school lets out, hunger sets in for thousands of students who rely on school meals during the academic year, especially as family budgets are stretched tight.
RANDOLPH, NJ – County College of Morris (CCM) and the Mt. Olive School District today signed the college’s first dual enrolment agreement that will provide high school students with the opportunity to begin their higher education early.
This weekend we have the middle of June events with the Tri-County Fair, Roxbury Teen's Anti-Cancer Baseball Tournament and Father’s Day Specialty Cruise (Dinner).
Top headlines in the weekly news recap for the week of 06/02/2019 include: The mortal remains of Vizag-based software engineer Avinash Kuna (32), who drowned in Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey, USA, on June 1, reached the city by a late-night flight from Mumbai on Friday. And the Winners in the 2019 SABRETTI'S NJ State Official Hot Dog Championship were announced.
Project Self-Sufficiency Offers Free Seminar on the Expungement of Criminal Records
Thursday, June 6, 2019, at 8:30 PM Sabretti’s held the 9th ANNUAL NEW JERSEY STATE HOT DOG EATING CONTEST on the St. Therese Carnival main stage at Horseshoe Lake in Roxbury.
This weekend the Top Event Choices based upon our readers all point to the Saint Therese for their Exciting 25th Annual Carnival! That also includes, SABRETTI'S NJ State Hot Dog Championship and the New EDM Dance Party immediately following the contest.
A New Jersey company says up to 11.9 million may have had their personal, financial and medical information breached.