In The Spotlight
HOPATCONG, NJ – On Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Hopatcong Borough Police Department and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration will give the public its 17th opportunity in nine years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.
The Morris County Sheriff’s Office on Monday, April 22, welcomed Jonathan Feinberg, a new Sheriff’s Officer for the Bureau of Law Enforcement who formerly served as a patrolman with Hopatcong Police.
Message from Mayor Mike Francis: "As Mayor of the Borough of Hopatcong, I am pleased to announce that the 2019 Municipal Budget will have “no increase” to the taxpayers."
Line dancing for seniors is a fun, healthy and rewarding activity and exercise, especially if you are coming up to, or graduating into, retirement.
The social media in Jefferson Township is on fire with negative comments about the cancellation of the High School Band Director Position. Here is one step that local residents can take to help save the Bands Director Position.
The Jefferson Township Recreation Department in partnership with the US Sports Institute is offering Spring Tennis classes for ages 3 through adults for all ability levels.
Saturday, July 13th not only will mark the date of the third annual Jefferson Fest – Food Truck Festival, Concert, and Fireworks event but also the date of the 15th annual Irish Road Bowling Contest.
Walmart of Ledgewood marks their next milestone of 50% off everything on Friday 4/26, as they get ready to close for a Super Walmart in thier location. They report that most isles are bare and they have little inventory left.
Florham Park N.J. – April 22, 2019 – The Morris County Chamber of Commerce has named Michael Stanzilis of Mount Arlington its new vice president of membership engagement and business development.
Kids Make A Difference, based in Mount Arlington, provides a variety of free opportunities for interested elementary school and middle school kids around The Lake to come together to make a difference.
| By Jess Murphy - In an effort spearheaded by Meghan Craig of the Morris County Environmental Science Academy at Jefferson Township High School, the Lake Hopatcong Foundation is proud and excited to introduce a new “Student Leadership Team”
Lake Hopatcong, N.J. (April 24, 2019) - Since the summer of 2016, little blue signs have been popping up on docks all around Lake Hopatcong. These signs, called B-SAFE (Blue Signs Are For Emergencies) Dock Numbers, are linked to each lakefront property’s 9-1-1 street address and are designed to help emergency personnel efficiently respond to calls by land or water.
Those swarming small insects your starting to experience may be Mayflies, which indicate a healthy water system (lake, creek, etc.) nearby, and are excellent food for the fish.
On May 5, 2019 the Knee Deep Club will be hosting its Lake Hopatcong Panfish Challenge! This is a one day contest which will be held from 5 AM to 4 PM. This contest is a “points contest”.
The following Lake Hopatcong Fishing Report came in from Dow’s Boat Rental on (04/17)
On Sunday April 14, 2019 the Knee-Deep Club held their Spring Trout and Pickerel fishing contest on Lake Hopatcong. The following are the results:
By Holly Odgers | LHF: Trout season officially opens on Lake Hopatcong at 8 am on Saturday, April 6. For many, the first day of trout season feels like the true mark that spring is finally here, and the weather is looking seasonally warm and even partly sunny for opening day!