We have an OUTSTANDING summer weekend of events across the different lake regions of Hopatcong, Jefferson, Mount Arlington and Roxbury that will deliver something for everyone in your family!
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Seems we have trouble some in Trenton that is causing a shut-down on all non-essential New Jersey services.
The Hopatcong Lake Regional News would like to thank our sponsors, and our 17,000+ readers for supporting our second community event that raised funds for a local charity in 2017.
As always, our Lake Hopatcong is the place to be in the summer, as we go through our exciting summer events. Featured below are some of the most important Lake Events you'll need to add to your Calendar for this year.
If you have some free time this weekend, you may want to swing by the latest addition to the Liquor Factory in Byram for Wine Tasting, free Hot Dogs, great giveaways and discounts!
Hopatcong Lake Regional News would like to thank all of the participating Bars, and our Sponsors that helped raise money for the Dylan Flinchum "Rock On!" Foundation charity. This is our second of three 2017 Regional Events for the Community designed to raise funds for Charity.
The team at Hopatcong Lake Regional News would like to thank everyone for taking time to vote for the “Best Bar in the Region” and to raise funds for the Dylan Flinchum "Rock On!" Foundation.
Four community bands will come together to present a benefit concert on behalf of the Northern New Jersey Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Sparta. The combined band, approximately 70 musicians strong, will perform on Saturday, June 24, 8 p.m., at the Sussex County Technical School, 105 North Church Road, Sparta.
Local Police are seeing an incease of people interfering with nature and then calling us to respond. Please do not physically pick up wild animals.
Local Hopatcong Lake residents love their Bars, but drinking is almost the last reason based upon the comments. Read on to gain a better understanding of what drives the Voting behind the Battle of the Bars 2017.
While we are waiting for the weather to heat-up the region has some "Very Hot" events to entertain you this week and into the weekend!
Twenty-seven Morris County towns will receive state Local Aid awards totaling $4.6 million, ranging from $82,500 for Chatham Township resurfacing projects to maximum $250,000 grants awarded to Boonton Township, East Hanover, and Mount Arlington for municipal road projects.