Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus…
Join Skytop for Breakfast with Santa every Sunday, beginning Sunday, Nov. 26th through Sunday, December 17th! The morning will be filled with a bountiful breakfast buffet, as well as holiday music and not only a visit from the big guy himself, but holiday themed activities and crafts. Help us keep the Christmas spirit alive, as we support our local community this holiday season. You can help us by donating a new, unwrapped toy for a child in need. A wrapped Toys for Tots box will be located near the registration desk at breakfast.
PARADISE TOWNSHIP, MONROE CO. (WOLF) —
A Monroe County Church was the target of an arson yesterday.
65-Year-Old Steven Meyer of Paradise Township has been charged with Arson, Ethic Intimidation, and criminal mischief.
“I find out from my brother who is also a trustee. The pastor had called him after being notified by the state police that someone was burning a flag outside of our church and fella lives next door, and he’s a little bit unbalanced,” said Stephen Jabara, a trustee at the church.
“He was just disruptive when he came to church, he started coming here a few months ago, not regularly but every 3rd Sunday I would say, creating a ruckus,” said Jabara.
“I just bought a new flag, I’m going to put it up today,” he added.
With only about 35 members at Keokee Chapel United Methodist, Stephen Jabara, a trustee who has been there for about 35 years, says he hasn’t ever see an incident like this.
“This was the American flag, it was lit on fire. Through investigation, a suspect was developed. Thankfully, the fire was put out before it spread to the actual building,” said Trooper Anthony Petroski.
“The charge of ethnic intimidation a lot of people think it strictly has to do with race, it also covers many other categories with religion being in there also, that’s why this charge was approved through the Monroe County district attorney’s office,” he added.
Fred Jabara, another trustee at the church, recalls Meyers caused a scene there only two weeks ago.
“Everybody got scared because it’s mostly old folks in there or young children, we were concerned, and now this happens. Hopefully, there’s a solution for this poor guy,” said Fred Jabara, a trustee at the church.
“He fancies himself as lucifer, he was in the sanctuary saying I’m lucifer, and everybody started raising their eyebrows’, when that happened, that was two weeks ago,” he said.
Meyers who lives directly next door is being held at the Monroe County Correctional Facility until a preliminary arraignment.
This investigation is ongoing in conjunction with PSP Stroudsburg and the Monroe County District Attorney’s Office.
Sisters Lori and Debra Leonard are turning up the heat on their father’s cold case murder and their mother’s accidental death in the Poconos half a century ago.
Tree Lighting & Santa!
@ Mountainhome Methodist Church
Join us for our community’s annual tree lighting with carols, lights and more! After the lights on the tree are aglow, Santa will arrive by fire truck for photos and goodies. Each child will receive a bag of holiday treats and Santa will be available for safely distanced photos. The celebration begins at 6pm.
Cresco, PA (November 13, 2023) – A motor vehicle accident (MVA) involving injuries occurred in front of the Crescent Lodge on Paradise Valley Rd, Cresco. The incident was reported on Monday, November 13, at approximately 4:00 p.m. Emergency Medical Services (EMS) unit 11-27 arrived at the scene by 4:08 p.m. and began assisting the injured.
The details of the crash, including the number of vehicles and individuals involved, are not yet fully known. EMS 11-27 transported the injured parties to the hospital for treatment at around 4:22 p.m.
Join us for a magical Princess Adventure featuring a bountiful breakfast and entertainment, provided by A Storybook Party, for the whole family. Meet your favorite characters at this fun-filled interactive event. The morning will be packed with princess fun and activities galore. Enter the Skytop Castle to partake in this amazing experience.
BARRETT TOWNSHIP, MONROE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — Taking the spooky season to a whole other level that’s what one family in the Poconos does every year to have a howling Halloween.
What’s your biggest fear? Clowns? Dolls? Maybe something out of a movie? You’ll most likely find it at the home of Eric Rosencrance and Jennifer Stapleton in Barrett Township.
“I absolutely love scaring people,” Stapleton says, “I get to be somebody different for the night.”
Weiler Abrasives, a Cresco, Pa., provider of abrasives, power brushes, and maintenance products for surface conditioning, has named Lynn Rich as vice president of global human resources and a member of the executive committee.