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A manufacturing and product-design team assembled by Penn State Behrend will donate more than $50,000 to non-profit organizations that are supporting medical personnel during the COVID-19 pandemic. The funding includes $25,000 for the Erie County COVID-19 Response Fund, which is administered…

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The fifth annual Firecracker 5K walk/run and 10K run will be held on Saturday, July 4, with registration beginning at 8 a.m. and the race starting at 9 a.m.

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WQLN’s 51st annual Great TV Auction offers deals on local restaurants, staycations, nearby attractions, household items, garden tools and accessories, gym memberships, incredible trips and much more, too. 

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A son, Grayson Paul Schwab, was born June 16, 2020, at UPMC Hamot Magee Women's Hospital to Destiny Copeland and Zachary Schwab of Corry. 

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Faculty and staff from the Corry Area School District delivered diplomas and care packages to the high school's most recent graduates — the class of 2020 — on Thursday morning to commemorate the completion of their high school education. Graduates who did not receive their diploma and care p…

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Students at Edinboro University will start classes a week earlier as officials plan a new semester while dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) will graduate the largest class in the school’s 28-year history as it confers 1,254 degrees upon students — including locals — attending LECOM’s campuses in Pennsylvania and Florida.

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Although there won't be a fly-in breakfast this year, a $750 Hubert S. Vaughn Scholarship was awarded to 17-year-old Taige Peterson, center left, of Corry, who is going to school to be an LPN. The scholarship fund is sponsored by three local service clubs. From left are Maurice Aldrich, vice…

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Corry Jamestown Credit Union recently awarded its annual scholarships to a pair of Corry Area High School seniors Nick Lapinski, above, and Lucas Saborsky, below. Presenting $500 scholarships to the recipients is Lou Drago, CJCU of CEO. Both Lapinski and Saborsky have 3.8 GPAs. Lapinski plan…