Tis the Season for Joy, Laughter and presents under the Christmas Tree. But due to Covid-19 and the amount of unemployment throughout the country the ability to have presents under that tree has become exceedingly difficult for many families.

(Source: insiderNJ): (Newton, NJ) In a time when many New Jersey residents have felt crushed by the weight of overburdening Murphy Administration taxes, Sussex County’s Board of Chosen Freeholders have provided relief to county taxpayers through Refunding Bonds, expected to garner more than $2.3 million in tax savings.

On December 12, 2020, Sussex County voted Mayor Michael Francis from Hopatcong Borough as the Mayor of the Year. Although Hopatcong is not one of the biggest towns in Sussex County, his achievements over the last year have exceeded everyone’s expectations.

The largest Marketplace in the region has teamed up with the Hopatcong Recreation Deportment to bring extra fun with the annual Tree Lighting. This is event you don't want to miss to help celebrate the holidays.

(Newton, NJ) Although 2020 has brought unusual circumstances to Sussex County, the generosity of residents remained strong, with more than 58,000 pounds of food items and over $15,000 in monetary donations given, during "Stuff the Bus" food and donation drive events countywide, the weekend before Thanksgiving.

Our Annual Spring Fashion Show, which in large part contributes to our award of local scholarships, could not be held this year. However, with the can-do attitude of our members, we have reached our goal of funding those scholarships another way. Members sold 400 tickets for a 50/50 raffle held on December 2nd, securing those scholarships and other contributions to the Hopatcong Community that we hold dear. A big congratulations to the winner Katelin Dora Wester, and a big thanks to all those who helped us achieve our fundraising goal.

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