Administrators and Educators may feel that Google My Maps only has a place in the Humanities department and in many cases that may be true.
Durban Avenue School celebrated National No One Eats Alone Day on Friday.
Knowledge is power! Whether you are a seasoned EMT or learning how to respond to a 911 call for the constant first-time training keeps you sharp with your skills.
Forget Las Vegas, the troublesome overs – under and point spreads, as all you needed to do was to follow the SOUPer bowl to find the winner of this year’s Super Bowl Winner.
Cancer survivors who have completed treatments and/or their caregivers are invited to participate in a "Cancer: Thriving and Surviving Workshop," sponsored by the Sussex County Department of Health and Human Services, Divisions of Health and Senior Services along with the Sussex Warren Chronic Disease Coalition.
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On the heels of the successful Women’s March on NJ where over 15,000 people peacefully and joyfully assembled to show their Power to the Polls, Action Together New Jersey (ATNJ) announces the appointment of four outstanding women as Regional Directors.
On Saturday the annual Leap in the Lake took place on Lake Hopatcong to a crowd of over 200 people, and more than 100 jumpers, which was a record for the Lake Hopatcong Elks fund raising for special needs kids.
There is a scary challenge out there on social media called the "Tide Pod Challenge" where people are willingly putting detergent pods in their mouths and chewing them.
Hopatcong students Anthony Christiana (Senior, Trombone), Jennifer Coulman (Trumpet, Junior), Amanda Corujo (Flute, Senior), and Teresa Turnage (Trombone, Sophomore) auditioned for and were accepted to the North Jersey Area Band on December 9 at Wayne Hills High School.
Girls on the Run (NJN) is a positive youth development program. It's designed to develop and enhance girls' social, psychological, and physical competencies which enables them to successfully navigate through their own life’s horizons.
Mr. Paul Saxton, Hopatcong Interim Superintendent of Schools, Announces. Congratulations to Hopatcong musicians Heather Sutton (senior) and Alyssa Alvarez (freshman) and who auditioned for and were accepted into the Region 1 (North Jersey) Honors Choir on Saturday, January 6th held at Paramus High School. 900 students competed from Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Sussex and Warren Counties.
On January 16, 2018, Hopatcong Police patrols responded to 11 Elba Ave, Hopatcong NJ, on a report of a residential burglary in progress with the homeowner in hot pursuit.