Thursday, October 21, 2010
Hudson Maxim School students browse, buy books.
Hudson Maxim School hosted a book fair, sponsored by Scholastic, this week. Kindergarten and first-grade classes spent the first few days making lists of which books they'd like to bring home. Then they returned and purchased them. Hopatcong Patch followed Lynne From's morning kindergarten class Wednesday. Enjoy the photo essay!
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Lakeside Tire & Auto owner Tom Hayes offers a few tips.
Saving money tops most to-do lists nowadays. With that in mind, Hopatcong Patch stopped by Lakeside Tire & Auto to chat with owner Tom Hayes about how to change a vehicle's oil. Check our photos for step-by-step instructions.
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
'Streetscaping' project brings Hopatchung Road new sidewalks, curbs and streetlights.
Federal stimulus money has reached Hopatcong. A construction project, funded by the American Recovery and Investment Act, plans to give Hopatchung Avenue—one of the borough's main roads—new sidewalks, curbs and streetlights by December. The $337,121 project began two weeks ago and has already given Hopatcong new sidewalks by borough hall. Read the captions for comments from Mayor Sylvia Petillo and a description of the construction.