From Hopatcong Police (Capt. Kmetz). A Local Hopatcong resident tried to sell a MacBook on Craigslist. Almost immediately after posting it she received a message from someone claiming to be a US Marine and needed it for his daughter for Christmas.
Similar to the other regions around our lake, our Police Departments have seen almost everything, and always respond to thelp the public. In the following case Hopatcong Police were called out on unusual events involving non-human events that require assistance.
Many kids dream of being a firefighter and meeting Santa, so what better place to tackle both at the same time than the Annual Santa Visit at firehouse #3 in Hopatcong.
With the permission from Mayor Francis and Borough Administrator Ron Tappan the Hopatcong D.P.W. is scheduled to work on the damaged skate park in the upcoming weeks. We are hoping to have this open when the work is complete.
The following is just another example of what makes this Region so great, as we have the community bonding together to help those in need. While this event occurred in Hopatcong, you find the same type of occurrences across our region in Jefferson, Mount Arlington and Roxbury.
Hopatcong Ambulance Squad is partnering with New Jersey Blood Services to host a blood drive.
Veterans and their needs have always been a top priority for the Sussex County Freeholder Board. In an effort to address these needs, the Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders is pleased to announce its launch of the Veteran Services Resource Portal.