While Michael's remnants are expected to remain south of our area, we are still expecting heavy rainfall that may lead to flooding concerns on Thursday into early Friday related to deep tropical moisture and an approaching cold front.
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Governor Phil Murphy today revealed the findings of a comprehensive strategic, financial and operational assessment of NJ TRANSIT.
As we enter into the second weekend in October the Fall & Halloween events are in full swing. To help you navigate everything happening in our region we have created a GUIDE that contains 12 local events and 12 regional farms that feature Corn Mazes, Hay Rides, Pumpkin Picking and more!
This guide contains everything you need for Fall & Halloween fun for the whole family. We have 12 local events that focus on the Fall and Halloween, and 12 regional farms that feature Corn Mazes, Hay Rides, Pumpkin Picking and more!
Governor Phil Murphy today announced details of his “Computer Science for All” initiative, a plan to bring technology and programming-focused classes to schools across New Jersey.
More than 13,000 Students to Attend Community College Free of Tuition and Educational Fees, Through Pilot Program Starting January 2019
FEMA, in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission, will conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System and Wireless Emergency Alerts on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018.
As we start this first week in October, our Community is treated with the Lake Hopatcong Foundation’s Lake Loop 2018, which is the second big yearly event from the Foundation. You still have time to register for this event or sponsor an existing team. Also, this weekend features Comedy, Fishing Contest, Sports and a 5k Walk/Run to entertain the entire family.
Welcome to the final week of September and a full calendar of events for you and your family. The big event this weekend is the Hopatcong PBA 149 Food Truck & Music Festival, followed by Oktoberfest 2018 and Jefferson Putt-with-the-Police.
The forecast of Florence and impact to the U.S. East Coast mid-to-late next week remains highly uncertain, but the danger to the coast is increasing.