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A Rockin' For Relay event was being held Friday at Corry Manor, 640 Worth St., and the floorboards were a-rockin'. Doug Austin, 58, left, said he's been a client at the manor for almost eight years and was thrilled to rock. He sits with Cindy Pierce, 53, staff development coordinator, as she…

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CLYMER, N.Y. — Members of the Clymer Central School Board approved a long list of hires, resignations and a retirement during a special meeting Wednesday night.

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Surrounded by a family full of firefighters, Tom Lathrop Jr., 54, of Corry, was inspired growing up to become a volunteer firefighter and that influence is also reflected in his kids. Olivia, 11, and Jackson, 9, are both already expressing interest in becoming firefighters. 

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As students prepare to head back to school on Aug. 22 after summer break, the Union City School Board is tying up loose ends before school is back in session.

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A two-car accident occurred Wednesday afternoon on West Columbus Avenue, near the intersection with Mead Avenue, when a Jeep Patriot rear-ended a Dodge Durango. Corry Fire Department was dispatched at 2:52 p.m. and during that time of day, traffic control was a challenge for responders who h…

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UNION CITY - Union City Parks and Recreation Commission will be hosting its second annual Family Summer Fun Day on Saturday.

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The city of Corry Police Department recently filed charges against a New York man who allegedly burglarized The Fork and Barrel Restaurant and Corry County Club in early May. 

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Corry Rubber Corp., 601 W. Main St., was host to this month's city initiative to tour the plants of Corry and allow city officials get to know local industries.

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WATERFORD TOWNSHIP — A 19-year-old Blairsville man drowned Tuesday evening at Sparrow Pond Campground, 11103 Route 19 N., Waterford Township.

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 A Back to School event on Sunday, coordinated by the Corry Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 264, was considered a success by Post Commander Julia Drinkall who said people started showing up two hours before the event. While giveaway totals have not been calculated yet, there were 1,000 backpac…

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A list of new hires and resignations is expected to be approved today during a Corry Area School Board meeting.

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Above, local residents Judy Craday, left, and Howard Cornell look over a 1955 Ford Fairlane Victoria during a Street Machines Unlimited 37th annual cruise-in that was held during Glenn Mead Day Sunday in Mead Park. The car is owned by Jim and Mary Sudul of Sugar Grove. The Glenn Mead event a…

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Editor’s note: The following article is part of a series written and released by leaders of Impact Corry, a nonprofit organization working to improve the community. The views and statements are those of Impact Corry and have been written by a publicity committee. The goal of the series is to…

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A large group of yellow, rubber ducks will drift down a flume set up on Mead Park's Alice Lake during the upcoming Glenn Mead Day, and the owner of the first duck to reach the shore will win $200. 

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Residents have been calling the Corry Fire Department and city hall and stopping firefighters to ask, why are the fire hydrants white, Corry Fire Chief Jim Lathrop said.

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Adults and children who were inside this duplex at 64 Market St., Union City, escaped without being injured when a large tree limb fell onto the roof of the house Thursday afternoon. Union City Volunteer Fire Co. was dispatched for a citizen’s assist for a downed tree at 12:42 p.m. Jeremy Le…

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UNION CITY — The Union City Area School District recently released the stipend amounts for the fall 2019 athletic supplemental contracts for coaches.

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Editor's note: News releases written by Corry City Police, Pennsylvania State Police, Union City Police, Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement and Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office are submitted to The Corry Journal, which then publishes the exact information supplied by police. Whether name…

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For the first time, the Village Thrift Shop, 51 N. Center St., is offering an end-of-season sale like none they have had before, featuring a bag of clothing for $1, no restrictions.

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Continuing to eliminate blight, creating a community newsletter, implementing a small business incubator, building a splash pad and offering more activities for children were ideas shared Thursday night during a community brainstorming session.

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The city of Corry Police Department coordinated a Corry National Night Out event in Corry City Park on Tuesday evening that was free for anyone to attend. Police Chief Rich Shopene said the gathering was "very well received" and hundreds of people visited the park to learn about local organi…