Dear Editor - As we reflect on the dizzying array of events which took place during the 2019 Season of Hope Toy Drive, we are struck by the abundance of gifts we received. Not just in the sheer volume of new, unwrapped toys which were donated for children and teens, but in the deceptively small things which took place along the way.
Read the Opinions
Dear Rev. Rizzo,
Thank you for your note. I gather Jerry forwarded to you the letter I sent to several publications calling for the elected officials and party leaders in Sussex County to denounce racial and religious hate speech. I read in the Herald that the Sussex County GOP appointed you to the task of reviewing the 20,000 or so communiques forwarded by Jerry. God bless you for undertaking that task.
Dear Ms. Parker:
The question is this: Do we want to live in a Republic or not?
Posted by Rich McFadden - Your Opinion: The posted NJ DEP data shows that the monitoring threshold which the NJ DEP used to trigger their aggressive warning campaign is five (5) times striker than the World Health Organization, the Federal DEP and many other state DEPs such as Indiana, NY Etc... 20,000 pp/ml versus 100,000 pp/ml.
Hopatcong Lake Regional News received the following information this evening from David Kazneer, and we are posting this as "Your Opinion" from David for your information only as no official charges have been filed.
John Kurzman takes the Water Levels of Lake Hopatcong very seriously and we always enjoy his very scientific approach on what to expect after the 5-foot drawdown.
Did our Hopatcong Borough already understand the treatment of Copyright photos when they added this tag on their website?
Hopatcong’s Borough Attorney’s Contract is Up for Renewal on December 31st – It is Time for an Overhaul on Our Borough’s Legal Counsel Staff and Mending a Public Reputation. Listen to John Ursin deny duo representation.
As candidates running to represent Sussex, Warren, and Morris Counties in the State Legislature, my running mate Kate Matteson and I are spending time learning about the needs of Hopatcong residents.
I am writing this to help readers who may be upset with Congress but unsure what to do.
On May 20th the municipality of Hopatcong broadcasted and supported a “charity” event held on a property called Hudson Farm. Our appointed mayor was in attendance along with most of our council members.
Hopatcong Lake Regional News reader Michele Guttenberger has submitted the folowing article as "Your Opinion" on our site. As a courtesy to our site members, we always support your ability to voice your opinion.