Tri-M National Music Honor Society Is Working With the Supplies For Soldiers Organization To Provide Supplies To Our Soldiers!
Parents, educators and caregivers recently came together to identify resources and offer support for special needs individuals of all ages at a unique gathering on the Newton campus of Project Self-Sufficiency.
Blairstown-area residents are invited to learn Microsoft Excel at free courses offered at Project Self-Sufficiency’s Main Street location on Thursdays, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.; some income guidelines apply.
The following are the Unofficial Results for Hopatcong with Mail-In Ballots & Provisional Ballots are pending. Watch for the full Federal, State and County Results coming out later tonight.
According to reporting by the NJ Herald a new proposed community center will be located in the Rite-Aid complex.
The Hopatcong Marching Chiefs were proud to participate in the 18th Annual Sussex County's Salute to Veteran's Parade and Ceremony on Sunday, November 4, held at the Sussex County Fairgrounds.
Hopatcong Police Department is committed to our business owners and residents. We have started a voluntary registration of your privately-owned surveillance camera systems.
Project Self-Sufficiency is soliciting assistance for hundreds of low-income families who need a little extra help this season, by asking area residents and organizations to donate traditional Thanksgiving food, or to donate funds towards the purchase of food.
Durban Avenue students are enjoying their time in Studio D, a recording studio complete with green screen, audio equipment, teleprompter and cameras.
Tulsa Trail held its annual Cans for Costumes on Wednesday October 31st. Miss Douglas and Mrs. Neu organized this yearly special event that brings in food for those in need.
Hopatcong Elementary Schools united with schools across Sussex County again this year to celebrate the Week of Respect.
On November 1, 2018 students and staff at Hudson Maxim School in Hopatcong kicked off their Bucket Filling Character Education Program with a Pep Rally!
Fourth grade students at Hopatcong Durban Avenue are finishing up their first Makerspace Lab module where they are using Legos to learn about gears, equivalent fractions, and writing.