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Harrisburg - The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced today that it has enhanced transparency for customers by launching a new database showing which vehicle inspection stations, inspectors, dealers, and issuing agents are under suspension for infractions of state inspection r…

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The Union City Parks and Recreation Commission is sponsoring a Color Run in conjunction with the French Creek Festival, held on the campus of the Union City Area School District. 

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Erie — The Erie SeaWolves, Double-A Affiliate of the Detroit Tigers, recently announced the team will host four ticketed Wine & Spirit Tasting Events at UPMC Park this season in conjunction with the team’s official local spirit partner, Altered State Distillery, and the team’s official l…

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Many patients of Community Nursing Services of North East (CNSNE) may have received a letter from Aetna Medicare Advantage stating CNSNE would no longer be an “in-network” provider effective July 1, 2022. 

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Two volunteer crews hung 32 Hometown Heroes military banners along Academy Drive in Union City on Saturday, June 4. Scott Earll, left, and Steve Tomcho, commander of American Legion LeBaron Post 237, hang a banner honoring SSGT Maria Daggett Gill, U.S. Air Force. A banner for Gill’s brother,…

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Safe Journey, a Union City based agency that helps victims of domestic violence, has scheduled its next PurpleOne training session, and it’s Tuesday, June 21, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. via Zoom.

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Slippery Rock University has announced its dean's list for the spring 2022 semester. The dean's list consists of SRU undergraduate students who earned an adjusted semester grade-point average of 3.5 or higher, based on a schedule of at least 12 newly attempted and earned credits.

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Corry Jamestown Credit Union recently announced its 2022 scholarship winners. Above, Corry Area High School senior Maxx Rimdzius, left, receives a $500 check from CJCU Manager Tara Straneva. Below is senior Rachel Brady receiving $500. “We are proud to have a small part in their future endea…

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Corry Federal Credit Union recently announced its scholarship winners for the 2021-2022 school year and presented checks to 10 local students on Tuesday afternoon. In front, from left are Jade Beebe, of Corry, $500; Kendall Keener, of Corry, $500; Skylar Riedel, of Corry, $1,000; Hunter Savi…

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HARRISBURG – With less than a year before the federal enforcement of REAL ID for commercial domestic air travel and other federal purposes begins on May 3, 2023, citizens are reminded to take action.

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Erie – More than 150 plastics industry professionals from 40-plus companies are expected on the Penn State Behrend campus when the Innovation and Emerging Plastics Technologies Conference returns to the college June 8-9.

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GROVE CITY - Kaitlyn Webb, a Biology/Health major at Grove City College from Corry, has been named to the Dean's List with High Distinction for the Spring 2022 semester. Kaitlyn is a 2020 graduate of Corry Area High School and is the daughter of Kevan Webb and Jill Webb from Corry, Pa.

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The Zonta Club of Corry has been conducting its third bra drive to aid victims of human trafficking in underprivileged counties.

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A group of Corry Area Intermediate School fourth-graders competed in an annual spelling bee on May 19. From left are first-place winner Taylor Sproveri, second-place winner Samantha Haag and third-place winner Aspen Trask. According to CAIS Principal Melissa Nuhfer, the finalists who compete…

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LECOM Health Corry Memorial Hospital recently celebrated Hospital Week and honored employees with the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses and the BEE Award. Above is Cheryl Mongera, CRNP, receiving the DAISY Award and below is Cathy Bidwell, receiving the BEE Award.

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ERIE – The Raimy Fellows of the Jefferson Educational Society and its Civic Leadership Academy on Thursday and Friday headed to Washington, D.C. for a two-day series of meetings with federal government representatives and national think tank leaders 

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Clymer Central School took delivery of its new “Pirate’s Cove” food truck earlier this month, and it will be making its debut during a 2022 Tulip Festival on Saturday. Above, students line up during a May 11 unveiling to receive an ice cream treat from upperclassmen who have passed their foo…