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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Condominiums Lose Their Case Over Land Leases

  Two Ocean Grove condominium associations have lost their case against the Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association (OGCMA) over land leases that the condominium associations charge are illegal. An appeal of the judge’s decision is being considered. “I am suggesting the two associations appeal the decision to the Appellate Court,” said James T. Hundley, the […]

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Judge Grants Motion Allowing QSpot to Hold Festival

  A Superior Court judge granted a motion for a preliminary injunction, filed by the QSpot LGBT Community Center in November, to protect the center from eviction while a pending discrimination lawsuit against their landlord, Jersey Shore Arts Center, moves forward Following a hearing April 4 Superior Court Judge Dennis O’Brien granted the motion.   The […]

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Ocean Grove Group Packaging 20,000 Meals

  The Mission Committee of the St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Ocean Grove will be packaging 20,088 meals Sun., March 26 for the world wide Stop Hunger Now organization. The event will take place at 1 p.m. at the Youth Temple. Borja Dellcampo, Mission Committee chair said 130 volunteers will be meeting to assemble […]

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Fire Destroys Ocean Grove Buildings

  By DON STINE A wind-whipped fire destroyed four buildings and damaged others today in the northeast section of Ocean Grove., including two condominiums and an abandoned hotel that had been the source of concern for residents for years. “If the wind was as high as it was yesterday, I think we might have lost […]

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100 New Parking Spaces OK’d in Ocean Grove

  By DON STINE Almost 100 new parking spaces will be created in Ocean Grove by Memorial Day weekend after the Neptune Township Committee approved creating them at this week’s Township  Committee meeting. The governing body was acting on recommendations presented by the ad hoc Ocean Grove Parking Task Force which was established last year […]

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Ocean Grove Hotel Plans Change in Use

  An application to convert the 18-room Laingdon Hotel, on the oceanfront in Ocean Grove, into a facility solely for clients of the Sprout Health Group, an addiction counseling service center based in Eatontown, is scheduled to be heard by the Neptune Board of Adjustment Wed., Feb. 1.     According to a zoning board official, […]

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