Hopatcong has been without a Business Administrator for the last five months, so filling this role was key for the Hopatcong Borough Council.
Within the last year Jesse Ioffredo, the owner of the local “Jesse and Sons Landscaping” that serves our entire Lake Region was diagnosed with cancer, which has entered his lungs and bones.
This weekend the Hopatcong Farmers Market will be featuring the “Dogs Days of Summer”, with special treats for your dog, since this Market has always been Dog friendly, so please bring you canine friend with you!
According to Capt. Kmetz, “Today we just received two calls of people who stated they were called by us. Their caller ID reads Hopatcong Police 398-5000. I spoke to one of these residents. He did talk to the person on the phone. That person told him he was being sued. The "officer" was going to send him paperwork in the mail. The "officer" also had his address already.”
Run for little Emily! In February of this year, one-year old Emily suddenly suffered multiple massive seizures caused by a still un-diagnosed neurological condition. She spent months in specialty hospitals and rehabs. She needs extended medical care and her family has had to renovate their home in order to bring Emily home.
Local author Leesa Beckman and pet goose, Oliver, will be attending the Hopatcong Farmers Market on Sunday August 20, 2017. Leesa is a local Author & illustrator of four children's books about Oliver the Goose and is the recent winner of the 2017 People's Choice Award at the NJ State Fair!
We live in paranoid times, where you can never be too careful, and that’s how an innocent encounter turned into a Warning of a Scam.
Last weekend the Hopatcong Farmers Market held their Dog Days of Summer, with free treats for the dogs, and Hot Dogs for the Humans.
For the second time in a week Hopatcong Police had to break-up a large party with underage drinking.
If you live in Hopatcong and want to be part of the ever popular Borough Wide Garage Sale on September 2nd and 3rd, you will need to complete the enclosed application by August 25th.
On July 3, 2017 two Hopatcong First Respondors saved the life of Nicholas who had been underwater for over 6+ minutes in Lake Hopatcong.
Dispute Over a Work Contract Leads Polite Plumber into Aggravated Assault on A Police Officer, Resisting Arrest, Burglary, Theft and Obstruction Charges:
During the upcoming election, residents of Hopatcong will have three new Candidates for consideration for the Board of Education.