The Sussex County Department of Human Services, Division of Senior Services is conducting a survey to identify the needs of seniors aged 60+ who reside in the County to help the Division identify and prioritize programs and services that will be funded in the future
Sussex County Sheriff Michael F. Strada is pleased to announce the following promotions within the Bureau of Law Enforcement
Mayor Michael Frances is looking for input and suggestions for putting an ice skating rink somewhere in the Borough.
Action Together New Jersey (ATNJ) is proud to begin a series of press publications introducing you to various ATNJ members who successfully ran for office this past fall. This first candidate profile features the election of Erin Jacobus to the Hopatcong Board of Education.
Merry Christmas. Thanks to Mayor Francis, Borough Administrator Ron Tappan and your DPW workers who fixed the last ramp this week; Our Hopatong skate park is now open and ready for business again.
The Sussex County Historic Court House in Newton was the setting for the Annual Reorganization Meeting of the Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders on Monday, January 8, 2018.
This major attack on Hopatcong was initiated by the Creative Arts Council as they provided residents with all of the materials to facilitate the creation of snowman who are blamed for the attack.
Hopatcong Ambulance Squad saw a 4% increase in 2017 over last year, and helped the Borough avoid over $50,000 in costs.
You better believe it! Tulsa Trail Elementary School has 14 top-notch 3rd grade surgeons ready and available to perform surgery on any informational text they encounter.
The New Jersey State Nurses Association welcomed a new vice president and secretary to its Board of Directors at a swearing in ceremony this weekend.
Congratulations to the following teachers and educational support staff members who have been named New Jersey Governor’s 2017-18 Teacher and Educational Services Professional Recipients of the Year.
An Investigation into Hopatcong's Recreation Department finds Verifiable Evidence on Five Serious Allegations that show Misconduct, Mismanagement and Gross Negligence.
With the winter season approaching and the current economy, it is anticipated that more County residents than in previous years will need financial assistance to heat their homes