9 hrs ago
HHS Premieres 'Midsummer Jersey,' 'Smokey Joe's Cafe' Has Rare Screening in Sparta
The United Way Caregivers Coalition will hold monthly Thursday meeting at noon at the Tri-Co Federal Credit Union at 47 Route 206 in Augusta.
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New Jersey Herald
Holiday - Drive Sober' campaign starts Friday
Police in Sussex County will conduct sobriety checkpoints between Dec. 6 and Jan. 2 as part of a nationwide crackdown on drunken driving during the holiday season.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
5 Groups to Consider for Giving Tuesday
Giving Tuesday offers everyone an opportunity to reach out in service to others.
New 'Giving Back' Open Blog, 15 Minutes Toward a Drug-Free Kid
We were so stoked with Giving Tuesday, we'd like to see the altruistic urge continue-and we bet you would agree.
Holiday House Contest News, 'Star of Bethlehem' Continues
We'll give you a 10-day headsup regarding a Hopatcong holiday tradition. The Recreation Department's annual Holiday House Decorating Contest is back for 2013.
The Jersey Journal
'Inmate' in cage a ghoulish reminder of Randolph man who killed own parents
Robert Willis put this display out in front of his home - saying it's a reminder convicted murdered Colin Abbott is where he needs to be.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Jefferson Lights the Menorah, Planetarium Features 'Star of Bethlehem'
Start off the week doing good for others. You have a chance Tuesday at Jefferson Township High School, which offers a Blood Drive from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. in the high school auditorium.
Students Are Choosing to Return to Hopatcong Schools, Says Superintendent
Hopatcong Borough Schools' growing stature as a place for educational excellence is bringing School Choice and Sussex County Technical School students back to the local school district, according to Superintendent of Schools Cynthia Randina.
HHS Multicultural Club Puts Spotlight on Diversity
Hopatcong High School's Multicultural Club, founded last year and now boasting more than 15 members, recently observed American Indian Heritage month, according to a Hopatcong Borough Schools statement.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
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Wed Nov 27, 2013
Boonton Township: Police Blotter, Nov. 27
Township of Boonton Police arrested Albert DiCarlo, 52, of Boonton on Oct. 31 for terroristic threats after an investigation by the Township of Boonton Detective Bureau.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Hopatcong Celebrates Hanukkah, 'A Season of Miracles' Takes the Stage
Sundown marks the beginning of Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights . We wish all who celebrate these eight nights light, hope, peace, love, blessings and miracles galore.
Hopatcong High School Institutes New Tool for College Hopefuls
The days of wondering when colleges/universities would receive students' college applications are over, for local teens.
Small Business Saturday: Shop Hopatcong-Sparta and Keep It Local
Big name national retailers take the spotlight on Black Friday as their deep price cuts pull in shoppers in droves.
This Week at Pavinci Italian Grill
This week at Pavinci Italian Grill located at 453 River Styx Rd Hopatcong NJ 07843 there is a lot going on.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Where to Find Festival of Lights Celebrations in the Region
Starting at sundown Wednesday, Hanukkah is here! In Hebrew, the word "hanukkah" means "dedication."
Read to a Dog at Louise Childs, Games with Seniors on Lakeside Blvd.
Seasoned citizens get to give thanks together Tuesday at a Hopatcong Senior Game Social .
Hopatcong Students Take Creative Approach to Helping Kids Stay Drug-Free
Students in teacher Julie Wilson's class at Hopatcong High Schools gave their time Nov. 15 to help spread a message to area school children: Don't do illegal drugs.