On December 21, 2016 the Council met during their regular session to discuss the names of the three nominees, Bradley Hoferkamp, Ryan Smith and Justin Lijo to replace now Mayor Michael Francis.
On Friday, December 9th, Kim Norman visited Hudson Maxim School to perform for the eager young readers and writers. Ms. Diana Fratangelo and Mrs. Dana DeMetro planned for Kim’s visit by raising enthusiasm, readying the library in a holiday theme for the Author Visit Luncheon, and coordinating book sales of Kim’s books throughout the Hudson Maxim Community.
A man wearing a bunny costume who was blowing an air horn multiple times after being asked to stop inside a police station, has been resulted in charges against the police officer accused of slapping charged with simple assault to help stop the incedent.
Hopatcong students Amanda Corujo (Flute, Junior), Jennifer Coulman (Trumpet, Sophomore), Teresa Turnage (Trombone, Freshman) and Anthony Christiana (Junior, Trombone) auditioned for the North Jersey Area Band on December 10 at Wayne Hills High School.
Good grief, the holidays are almost here. The Sussex County Library System is inviting kids in Kindergarten and older to celebrate the season with Charlie Brown Christmas Parties being held at each Branch.
As first reported by the Daily Record. The Sussex County Prosecutor’s Office is reviewing charges filed by Hopatcong police against a man who showed up at the police station in a bunny costume blasting an air horn, and his brother who filmed an ensuing altercation with an officer.
In an unscheduled Hopatcong Town Council meeting on Thursday, Michael Francis was nominated and voted to the position of Mayor of Hopatcong Borough.
2016 is almost over. If you are looking for a charitable tax deduction that will benefit the community for years to come, look no further.
The Hopatcong Borough Council will hold a special meeting tonight, that to the best of our knowledge was not announced ahead of schedule to select a mayor and approve the contract of a new business administrator.
In an interview with News 12, the attorney for a Hopatcong police officer facing charges for slapping a man in a bunny suit says that the officer had no choice.
Starting November 28, 2016, any Sussex County resident that has a library card can access the New York Times Digital Edition online (Sussexcountylibrary.org).
Councilman Richard Schindelar, “We really want to work with the Land Owners, our Professionals and the Land Use Board to do something great in the center of our town!”
This event was designed and put together my several enterprising Hopatcong Residents, that only wanted to provide a holiday benefit that raised funds local families in the area that are in need.