The Sussex Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program provides individuals who are 60+ and who meet the financial eligibility with $25.00 worth of vouchers to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at participating farm stands in New Jersey.
Sheriff Michael F. Strada awards Sheriff’s Officer and New Jersey State Police Trooper with Life Saving Award
Members of Hopatcong PBA 149 join with 2,500 officers and support personnel for the 2019 Police Unity Tour.
May 23rd will be “Newton Strong Day” at Hopatcong HS where the entire school will go whiteout and every student will also be wearing a white ribbon in honor of Newton student Lexi Fay.
(Newton, NJ) The Sussex County Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Senior Services is in search of nominations for the "2019 Sussex County Senior of the Year."
A limited number of positions will be available in the Summer Youth Employment Program to be offered at Project Self-Sufficiency during July and August.
This year fashions were again presented by Melania’s Fashions of Randolph. Many thanks to Melania and her staff, the fashions were extraordinary and really get us all into the mood for spring to finally arrive.
We would like to extend an invitation to a Meet the Candidates night on Friday, May 31, 2019 at the Northwood Firehouse from 5-8pm, which will be open to all Hopatcong residents, no matter the political affiliation.
On Tuesday, May 7th Lisa Schuffenhauer (Hopatcong Hudson Maxim School Counselor) and Melissa Kennedy (Hopatcong Durban Avenue School Counselor) were featured as the Spotlight School at the Sussex County School Support Network meeting.
Senator Oroho, Assemblyman Space and Wirths state, “By Working together, we can fix state education funding in Sussex & Warren Counties.”
The Breast Cancer Survivor Celebration (Saturday, May 18th) is sponsored by Project Self-Sufficiency in collaboration with partners
Hopatcong Superintendent, Mr. DiBenedetto, was at the Hopatcong State Park bright and early making breakfast for the Hopatcong students that volunteered at the event.
Senator Steven Oroho, Assemblyman Hal Wirths, and Assemblyman Parker Space’s (all R-Sussex, Warren, Morris) bipartisan legislation paying tribute to veterans by renaming Sussex County’s High Point State Park to “High Point State Park and New Jersey Veterans Memorial” has been signed into law.