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.
According to reporting by the NJ Herald a new proposed community center will be located in the Rite-Aid complex.
Preparations are presently underway at the Sussex County Division of Public Works to deal with the snow and ice that is expected in the coming weeks and into the long winter season.
Hopatcong Police Department is committed to our business owners and residents. We have started a voluntary registration of your privately-owned surveillance camera systems.
Second grade special education teacher, Jennifer Neu appears on Caucus: New Jersey with Steve Adubato.
Durban Avenue students are enjoying their time in Studio D, a recording studio complete with green screen, audio equipment, teleprompter and cameras.
Hopatcong Tulsa Trail School Students and their families are television stars as they speak about science nights.
Hopatcong Elementary Schools united with schools across Sussex County again this year to celebrate the Week of Respect.
Borough officials are seeking to update local ordinances regarding smoking on borough properties and to add provisions about electronic smoking devices to Hopatcong's code books.
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.
On October 4th, Hudson Maxim’s small, smaller, and smallest green thumbs again joined together to bring the colors of fall to our school grounds!
Saturday, October 17 proved to be a busy and successful one for the Marching Chiefs. The Marching Chiefs began the day by performing for the Warriors pep rally in the morning, then later performed at the New Jersey Music Educators Associations Marching Band Festival held at Wayne Hills High School.
Parents, educators and caregivers of those with special needs are invited to attend a free Resource Fair at Project Self-Sufficiency on Saturday, November 3rd, 8:45 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. The event will address the needs of individuals with special needs from infancy through adulthood.