For victims of domestic violence who’ve been negatively affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, there may be financial assistance available.
After being postponed twice due to COVID-19 safety recommendations, the Kiwanis Club of Corry's annual blood analysis screening will take place on Saturday, but participants must pre-register by Thursday.
Above, from left are Roy Benedict, Production Supervisor Dean Benedict, Judy Benedict, Dawn Benedict, 1-year-old Abel Nuttall and Christina Nuttall. The family is pictured at the beginning of a tour that took visitors through three buildings.
Above, members of the Higley family gathered this summer with, from left, Christian, holding his daughter Claire, Alan Higley Jr. (grandpa) and Alan Higley Sr., of Corry. Claire, Christian and Alan now reside in Waterford, Connecticut. Below is a newspaper clipping from The Corry Journal 26 …
Committed to providing financial support to reduce underage and dangerous alcohol consumption, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) recently announced it will award almost $2.8 million to 84 schools, community organizations, municipalities, law enforcement organizations, nonprofit or…
Downtown Corry Business Association's latest First Fridays event, dubbed "Furry Friends," brought many costumed creatures to walk the runway during a pet costume contest. Above, a chihuahua named Riley, 4, was outfitted as motorcycle mama with a pink jacket and helmet. Below, the big winner…
Penn State Behrend has earned a bronze rating from STARS, the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System. The rating, which is valid for three years, is the result of a comprehensive, yearlong assessment of the college’s sustainability efforts.
Joanna Lowell’s 2016 novel “Dark Season” is a Gothic romance with a feminist slant: The heroine, who has epilepsy, solves a crime by convincing others that her seizures are communications from the dead.
Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn noted that during this difficult time of the pandemic, people have turned to parks, forests, trails and neighborhood green spaces in record numbers and reminded potential visitors of the things they can do thi…
Back to school, in whatever form it may be this year, brings new opportunities for students, teachers and other adults to focus on the environment and the litter that might be spoiling the appearance of their communities and surrounding areas.
The Erie SeaWolves, a Double-A Affiliate of the Detroit Tigers, recently announced that the team has added two dates to its successful outdoor UPMC Park Movie Night series.
Clarion University has established a new Office of Diversity, Equity and Multicultural Affairs, effective Sept. 1. The office brings together professionals who will work together to develop policies and procedures to advance student and employee equity, diversity, inclusion, multicultural an…
Members of the Keener family recently gathered for a photo with relatives from five generations represented. From left are Amanda Keener, grandmother; Tiffani Keener, holding her daughter Audrey; Jackie Jones, great- great-grandmother; Vickie Keener, great-grandmother.
The Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs' (DMVA) commitment to provide benefits to the state's nearly 800,000 veterans during COVID-19 has yielded stronger collaboration with county and federal advocates.
A local family recently celebrated its fifth generation by gathering for a multi-generational photo on Aug. 9. The newest addition to the family is the adorable Mila Kait Ruby who is being held by her great-great-grandpa Robert Peters. In back, from left, are Mila's great-grandma Darlene Fis…
Two Corry girls recently donated their hair to Locks of Love, a nonprofit organization that makes wigs for children who’ve suffered hair loss due to a medical condition. One of the girls is currently undergoing chemotherapy for an aggressive form of cancer.
Local business owners and leaders are being invited to learn how the development of a work culture as a core strategy transforms the workplace during Impact Corry’s Third Thursdays: Small Town, Big Business event this week that will feature Shawn Gross, engineering manager at Viking Plastics.
Older adults still have time to take part in a Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program through the Greater Erie Community Action Committee (GECAC). Program officials report that the organization still has 2,000 vouchers available.
Community Health Net, the leading Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) serving the Lake Erie region, and CF Cares (Country Fair Cares Program), has announced the addition of a new website to the successful "Health Facts" campaign, 814Health.com.
Past and present Warren County Dairy Princesses gathered together to recognize and honor 50 years of princesses. It took place on July 18 at 2 p.m. at Youngsville Fire Hall.
The Erie County Public Library’s Idea Lab will offer two new workshops to support local entrepreneurs whose businesses are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Live music and art lined the sidewalks of North Center Street in Corry on Friday for the Downtown Cory Business Association's Art Walk — the most recent First Fridays event. At top, area artist Jack Paluh, of Waterford, paints a rendition of an adjacent flower box. At bottom, acoustic guitar…
Corry Area High School graduate Eli Carey, center, recently received a $500 check for being the recipient of the Corry Kiwanis Club Scholarship. From left are his parents Travis and Brenda Carey, Eli, Corry Kiwanis Club Vice President Tracie Braswell and Corry Kiwanis Club President Rob Slike.