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  1. Heights band, honor society recognized at BOE meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Star News Group

    The Spring Lake Heights school band and its honor society were both singled out for recognition at Monday night's school board meeting. Spring Lake American Legion Post 432 Cmdr.


  2. Groundbreaking ceremony held for SLHES additionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 11 | Star News Group

    Ground was broken at Spring Lake Heights Elementary School on Oct. 5, for the $10.4 million addition and renovation approved in a January referendum. The ceremony was attended by community members including Superintendent John Spalthoff, Chief of Police Ed Gunnell, members of the board of education as well as members from the construction company, M and M Construction, New Road Construction and Spiezle Architecture.


  3. Spring Lake Heights enjoys showing its true colorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 4 | Star News Group

    The third annual Heights Day on Saturday - featuring its first-ever Color Run - was a resounding success as residents flocked to Spring Lake Heights Elementary School for a sunny day of games, food and crafts. The event was a joint project between the Spring Lake Heights Parent Teacher Association [PTA] and the Educational Foundation, in an effort to raise money for the school's Courtyard Initiative, which hopes to redevelop the current courtyard into an outdoor learning environment for students.


  4. New school program seeks senior volunteersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 27 | Star News Group

    Spring Lake Heights Elementary School is looking for local senior citizens to participate in a new program for its students. S.L.H. Seniors - or Sharing, Leading, Helping Seniors - is a volunteer program that invites Heights seniors to come to the school and share their talents, stories and experiences with students.


  5. Drug-related charges dismissed in Robert Merriken caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 24 | Star News Group

    A Neptune Township municipal judge Thursday dismissed drug paraphernalia charges against Spring Lake Heights Councilman Robert Merriken, ruling that a search of his vehicle during an April 4 traffic stop and arrest was made without sufficient evidence. Mr. Merriken, who was represented by attorney Charles Shaw III, had been charged by Neptune City police with possession of a hypodermic needle and drug paraphernalia, pleaded guilty to making an improper turn.


  6. William Graetz replaces Joseph Tompey on councilRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Star News Group

    Mr. Tompey, a Republican, was replaced on the council Monday night by William Graetz, who was nominated by the Spring Lake Heights GOP. He has been a Heights resident more than 27 years and a council member since 2017; He has served in the Spring Lake Heights Fire Department since 2005, served as a member of the local first aid squad since 2016, and currently serves as the chief of the fire department, a position he is also leaving.


  7. Planning board hears plans for former Mueller's siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2018 | Star News Group

    The planning board has heard an informal presentation on plans for the site of the former Mueller's Flowers and Gifts shop, damaged by a fire in 2017. The property, located at 245 Parker Ave., has been vacant since the flames engulfed the shop.


  8. Heights police, protecting and serving ice creamRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2018 | Star News Group

    Members of the Spring Lake Heights Police Department [SLHPD] came out to scoop ice cream at the annual Ice Cream Social at Spring Lake Heights Elementary School last Thursday night. This is the second year that the SLHPD has helped out at the event, and it was a big success.


  9. Heights police officers warm hearts with a good deedRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 29, 2018 | Star News Group

    The good deed of two Spring Lake Heights police officers has warmed the hearts of thousands of people both locally and beyond over the past week. In a social media post that quickly went viral, two police officers exemplified the mantra "protect and serve" as they responded to a call, and ultimately made a new friend.


  10. All hands on deck after Monday monsoon flooded HeightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2018 | Star News Group

    It was all hands on deck for first responders on Monday as flooding from heavy rains forced the closure of roads and businesses in the borough. Road closures occurred on Route 71 between Brighton and Passaic avenues and north of Wall Road, and Allaire Road in front of Allaire Road Park.


  11. Shopping center in Heights closed due to floodingRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 13, 2018 | Star News Group

    According to the Spring Lake Heights Police Department Facebook page, the center was closed as of 2 p.m. on Monday. Although several business were trying to remain open, the flooding left very little parking and people had to wade through the water to get to the majority of the establishments.


  12. Heights Councilman Robert Merriken arrested againRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2018 | Star News Group

    Spring Lake Heights councilman Robert Merriken Sr., who is awaiting trial on charges stemming from an April 4 arrest, was arrested again on Wednesday, following a motor vehicle stop on Highway 71, Brielle police said. According to a press release from the Brielle Police Department, Mr. Merriken was arrested Aug. 8 for alleged possession of a "Controlled Dangerous Substance" and drug paraphernalia.


  13. Bagels are the basis, but not the limitRead the original story

    Jul 11, 2018 | Star News Group

    After being in the business of bagels for over 30 years the Merlino family knows the secret to handcrafting the perfect bagel, but this deli and grill goes beyond bagels with a carefully created menu that spans breakfast and lunch. The Bagel Station opened its first location in 1988 in Red Bank, where it remains today, but last year a second location opened its doors to the Spring Lake Heights community at 2407 Rte.


  14. Council names Ed Gunnell acting Heights ChiefRead the original story

    Jul 5, 2018 | Star News Group

    Municipal hall was a sea of blue on Monday night as Spring Lake Heights' finest packed into the room to welcome their new acting chief, Chief Edward Gunnell. Mr. Gunnell has been serving on the force since 1998 and is SLHPD's longest serving officer.


  15. Policewoman's gift restores sweet dreams for youngsterRead the original story

    Jun 28, 2018 | Star News Group

    A young girl can now sleep soundly after Patrolwoman Samantha Levy presented 8-year-old Samantha "Sammi" Conway with a custom-made night light as a friendly reminder that she is always being protected by the Spring Lake Heights Police Department. Lauren Conway, Samantha's mother, posted on Facebook about the heartwarming gesture on Wednesday, June 20, and the post quickly went viral.


  16. Police Chief David Petriken announces retirementRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 21, 2018 | Star News Group

    After over 34 years of serving in the Spring Lake Heights Police Department, Chief of Police David Petriken will officially retire. The Spring Lake Heights Borough Council unanimously approved his retirement on Monday night.


  17. Students take over as principal for a dayRead the original story w/Photo

    May 31, 2018 | Star News Group

    Two lucky students got the chance to become principals for a day at Spring Lake Heights Elementary School on Friday, May 25. Siblings Maddy, kindergarten, and Connor Bruce, third grade, stepped into Principal John Spalthoff's shoes for a half-day before the long Memorial Day weekend. Maddy and Connor's parents won an auction at the annual PTA [Parent Teacher Association] Casino Night held earlier this year.


  18. Bank robbery suspect arrestedRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2018 | Star News Group

    The suspect sought for the robbery of the TD Bank in the borough has been apprehended, according to local law enforcement authorities. According to an email from Point Pleasant Borough Police Department Capt.


  19. Heights holds a grand finale for - Every Voice Educates'Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2018 | Star News Group

    Students from Spring Lake Heights Elementary School [SLHES] concluded this year's Every Voice Educates [EVE] program with presentations and a fashion show at Manasquan High School last Thursday. Danielle Heuer and Lucie Dickenson are co-founders of EVE, "a platform for young minds and adults to share ideas, build communications skills and inspire others," its website reads.


  20. Police revived resident in aid call on March 31Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2018 | Star News Group

    Cpl. Christopher Bennett, Patrolman Casey Willms, Patrolman Raymond Kwiatkowski and Special Officer II Connor Bokop were dispatched to Park Avenue to find the 56-year-old male unresponsive. Councilman and Fire Chief Joseph Tompey, who is also a Spring Lake Emergency Medical Services [EMS] member, arrived on the scene after to assist, along with other Spring Lake First Aid staff.


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