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As initially reported by: By New Jersey Herald

Posted: Jun. 16, 2016 12:01 am
 

HOPATCONG -- The high school seniors from the graduating class of 2016 were recognized for their academic achievements with honor cords during Tuesday night's commencement ceremonies.

Traditionally, only students inducted into the National Honor Society wore a gold sash during Hopatcong High School's graduation, but Tuesday night the senior academic standouts wore colored cords -- similar to collegiate honors -- during the ceremony.

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Hopatcong residents are invited to enjoy Saturday Night at the Movies under the stars, where they can enjoy new films that are fun for the whole family. This year Hopatcong will be presenting the following three movies.

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Come join us for Hopatcong Days

July 9th, 2016 Modick Park, Hopatcong NJ

It will be filled with fun, activities and entertainment the whole family will enjoy. Please join us on July 9th.Enclosed is a list of activities and the times and places they will be held. Make sure to mark your calendar. Hope to see you there!

 

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Once again the Hopatcong Lake area has the Hopatcong Farmers market to look forward to this summer. Starting June 19th, the market will start its new season with vendors that sell fresh local products, such as locally gown fresh produce and meats.

While the Farmers Market always the same core vendors, each week is different with new offerings that cover everything from fresh honey, tie-died shorts and everything else under the sun.

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Hopatcong featured on News 12's 'Spotlight New Jersey'

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By David Danzis New Jersey Herald

HOPATCONG -- The borough is getting some statewide attention due to a recently taped segment of News 12 New Jersey's "Spotlight New Jersey."

The 20-minute segment first aired on April 30 and May 1, and will air again on May 7 and 8 at three times: 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Mayor Sylvia Petillo was joined by Marty Kane, president of the Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum and chairman of the Lake Hopatcong Foundation, and Dawn Roberts, a Gold Star mother from the borough.

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Evidently Hopatcong is special with the IRS today. A couple dozen residents have received calls from "them" threatening a lawsuit if they don't pay them immediately (using "Green Dot Cards" from Walmart), Please do not fall for this scam. Do not give any information.

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