In Ocean Grove: $1 Million Boardwalk Project Begins

  The Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association is beginning a more than $1 million reconstruction project for the north end boardwalk area from McClintock Street to Seaview Avenue. The project will begin this month and completion is targeted for May 2018.  This represents the next phase of the Camp Meeting Association’s ongoing efforts to improve […]

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In Ocean Grove: Permit Proposal Over

  By DON STINE Permit parking for residents in Ocean Grove is a dead proposal, according to Neptune officials. “There are too many issues with the plan and I am not for parking permits,” Committeeman Robert Lane Jr. said at this week’s Township Committee workshop. Residential permit parking was proposed by some residents in the […]

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Ocean Grove Permit Parking Discussed

  By DON STINE Approximately 200 showed up for the Neptune Township Committee meeting this week for a discussion of permit parking in densely populated Ocean Grove, where parking is at a premium. “There are different points of views and concerns,” Mayor Michael Brantley said at the beginning of tje special meeting on creating paid […]

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Overcrowding Postpones Parking Meeting

  By DON STINE A proposal to create a special pilot program that would allow residential permit parking in densely populated Ocean Grove brought so many people to the Nov. 27 Township Committee meeting that the hearing was postponed and has been moved to a larger facility. The public meeting room has a capacity of […]

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QSpot Center to Host Candidate Meet and Greet

  The QSpot LGBT Community Center will host a Candidate Meet and Greet on Sunday., Sept. 24 at 2 p.m. in Ocean Grove. The event will provide an opportunity for LGBT and allied community members to engage with local leaders running for elected office in November.  The event is open to the public. The center is located at the […]

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Restoring an Endangered Landmark in Ocean Grove

  By DON STINE One of New Jersey’s top-ten most endangered historic landmarks will be fully restored under an ambitious project by the Historical Society of Ocean Grove. The society has announced a fund-raising drive to restore the 1907 Fountain of Hope, located in Founders Park at Central and Surf Avenues. Originally a four-tier fountain […]

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