The Hopatcong Marketplace is returning after an extraordinarily first year in 2020, where the event gained recognition across the State, as the Largest in Sussex County. This year for 2021 they are expanding the days, space, dining area with many several events and entertainment throughout the season.
Members of the Hopatcong Woman’s Club gathered on a sunny weekday morning to plant brilliant blue pinwheels in a section of Modick Park. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and the pinwheels are attention-getting symbols meant to raise awareness of the issue in the general community. For more information: www.preventchildabuse.org
(Newton, NJ) The County of Sussex was faced with pandemic challenges which included having been one of the only New Jersey counties passed over initially for federal funds to fight COVID, yet during the Sussex County Board of County Commissioners’ recent budget workshop meeting, it was revealed that the 2021 estimated budget is lower than the adopted 2020 budget by approximately $2.2 million or 1.91%.