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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Tent Tour in Ocean Grove

  Fourteen of Ocean Grove’s unique summertime family tents will be open for a special tour on July 11, with one tent cabin dating to the 1870s and made from old barn doors. “This is the most tents we have ever had on the tour. Many tenters will be home and they are generally very […]

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$150,000 in Grants to Mary’s Place

  Mary’s Place by the Sea in Ocean Grove has received two grants totaling $150,000 to support the Oncology Massage Program at the facility as well as the new state-of-the-art elevator at 22 Main Ave. The grants are from the Leonard B. Kahn Foundation. Anthony Salerno, CPA, a resident of Avon, served as a foundation […]

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Arts Center Founder Celebrated

  By BONNIE GRAHAM Ocean Grove’s Herbert Herbst, who spearheaded the massive renovation of the dilapidated and historic Neptune High School, located at the intersection of Main Street and Main Avenue, into the fully functional Jersey Shore Arts Center in Ocean Grove was remembered on Sunday afternoon with a “celebration of life” program and repast. […]

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Dunes Cafe Expands on Ocean Grove Boardwalk

  By ED SALVAS People walking the boards in Ocean Grove or enjoying the district’s beach can now take a break in the air-conditioned comfort of The Dunes Boardwalk Cafe. The Dunes, which opened in mid-summer of 2016, is now open daily for the summer of 2017 and boasts nine businesses offering a variety of […]

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