It’s that time of year again. No, not the holidays, although those are fast approaching. It’s time to change the clocks back, as we say goodbye to daylight saving time. At 2 a.m. Sunday (Nov. 5), the clocks “fall back” one hour and we return to standard time — “standard” being the time we use for only four months of the year.
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As we work towards the towards the end of September, we have three of the most major events occurring around the Lake this weekend. Set your schedule according to make sure you don’t miss these GREAT regional events.
As we work towards the towards the middle of September, we have three of the most major events occurring around the Lake. Set your schedule according to make sure you don’t miss these regional events.
September is starting out with a Big Bang as we have 20+ events across the region this weekend for your entertainment, including the return of Abbott and Costello!
Governor Christie Approves National Guard Deployment Plan, Providing More Harvey Resources For Texas
Our Annual Special Event is BACK and better than event! JOIN US for an evening of local food, drink, fun and prizes to benefit the mission of The Growing Stage and the enduring legacy of the historic Palace Theatre.
As we work towards the end of August. Music to taking over the area as we have four free concerts planned this week. And stay tuned for the big features for your Labor Day Weekend!
As we dig deeper into August, we have a wide variety of Family Events that are competing for your attention. These events include Sports, Food, Concerts, Tricky Trays, Farmers Markets and much more!
According to Niche's K-12 Rankings: The following is the overall report card on the Hopatcong, Jefferson, Mount Arlington and Roxbury schools in our area.
Expect that all four of our regional police departments to participate in the 2017 Labor Day “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.” Which means unexpected checkpoints will be set-up in our area.
Get Ready Rockaway, NJ, Because You Are About to Have the Time of Your Life! With a different kind of Circus that is Animal Free, and without the scary clowns.
The comedy of Abbott and Costello will be brought back to life at a film festival hosted by the Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum on Friday, Sept. 8, and Saturday, Sept. 9, at the historic Palace Theatre, 7 Ledgewood Ave., Netcong.
This weekend we have some GREAT events, like the Jersey Wakeoff and the Roxbury Fire Department 100th Year Celebration to name just two of the many of events across the different lake regions of Hopatcong, Jefferson, Mount Arlington and Roxbury that will deliver something for everyone in your family!