During the upcoming election, residents of Hopatcong will have three new Candidates for consideration for the Board of Education.
Join the Hopatcong P.B.A. Local 149 for their 20th Annual Golf Outing to be held at Black Bear in Franklin NJ.
From our Animal Hopatcong Control Officer: This month, there has been a surge in the number of rabies cases identified in wild animals in and around The Borough of Hopatcong. Protect yourself and your pets by having them vaccinated against rabies.
Is your child ready to start school? Send Your Children Back to School Protected from Serious Diseases! Immunizations represent one of the greatest public health accomplishments of the 20th century.
On or about July 24, 2017, Maxim Drive will be closed by number 345. This will remain closed for approximately one week for drainage repair by the County. The detour will be Sutton Trail to Division on the side near Northwood Firehouse. On the other side, it will be Crescent cove to Division by Hudson Maxim School.
On July 30, 2017, the Hopatcong Farmers Market had special guests from the Emergency Services within our greater region, that made this a must attend event for the local residents.
The buzz around the lake this month is the Lake Hopatcong Foundation (LHF) “Shop Local” indicative, where local residents are encouraged to support their local businesses. Now they have expanded into the on-line world!
The Acting Inspector General of Social Security, Gale Stallworth Stone, is warning citizens about a new Social Security Administration (SSA) employee impersonation scheme.
Lights, Camera, Action…………and action is exactly what was occurring as the students, parents and staff involved in Durban Avenue School’s SMART Art Integration Program celebrated their success at a special evening Red Carpet Premier event.
The State Aid to Hopatcong Schools has been cut by 2% the highest possible under the new NJ State Budget.
On July 3, Nicolas T. was visiting the Crescent Cove Beach club where he was spending the day with his family and friends celebrating the long holiday weekend.
Hopatcong Police reported that today at 4:49 PM a bicyclist ran a stop sign at Durban Ave and Tulsa Trail and was struck by a motor vehicle. Father advises he is banged up - but doing okay.
It all started on July 3, 2017 as Nicholas was enjoying Lake Hopatcong at the Crescent Cove Beach Club. During this visit, it only took matter of seconds for Nicholas’ mother to discovered her son was missing.