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Graduating seniors of 2020 have dealt with a lot, making many sacrifices throughout the many shutdowns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, and Corry City Council issued a Proclamation at a recent meeting to honor the Corry Area High School class of 2020.

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The next American Red Cross blood drive in Corry is Thursday, but appointments have already been filled, and walk-ins are not being taken. 

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Students and adults statewide will be required to wear face coverings while in school per a recent order by Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine.

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Black is an unusual color for roads that have been a light grey since a tar and chip project covered about 16 miles of Corry roads in September 2019.

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More funding is on the way for child care providers throughout the state thanks to the federal CARES Act passed March in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Details regarding the identity of a driver of a black 2018 Chevrolet Traverse that was involved in a hit-and-run accident with an Amish buggy on Sunday evening will be released after criminal charges have been filed against the individual, according to a news release from the Corry barracks …

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CORRY-YARD SALE Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 9am-4pm, 230 East South Street.

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SPARTA — Pennsylvania State Police are seeking information about the driver of a black 2018 Chevrolet Traverse that was involved in a hit-and-run accident with an Amish buggy carrying two adults, a toddler and an infant in Crawford County on Sunday evening. 

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Maintaining its location at 21 Maple Ave., a local industry, Corry Contract Inc., has recently been sold and now bears the name Corry Fabrication.

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A new survey is available to Corry residents for the purpose of gathering feedback on an active transportation plan for the city. The plan highlights better walking, bicycling and other opportunities for people to be more physically active and improve overall health.

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UNION — A 53-year-old Albion woman was pronounced dead at the scene of a motor vehicle crash due to fatal injuries she suffered during a collision with another vehicle. 

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Unemployed workers due to COVID-19 have been receiving an extra $600 per week on top of an unemployment check from the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC) program. 

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Corry Fire Department and Corry City Police were dispatched to the area of West Smith and Grace streets for a car that had crashed into a utility pole at 1:12 p.m. July 2. Once on location, officers observed a red Dodge Dart RallyE with heavy front end damage and a utility pole lying across …

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Farm Fresh Fridays will be taking place with its first farmers market today at Corry City Park. It will be open between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. every Friday through Oct. 16. Everyone in attendance is asked to comply with social distancing guidelines. This is a rain or shine event where the communi…

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This year, as with everything else, even America's birthday celebration of July Fourth is completely different in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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When eight Corry women got together back in the 1970s, they may not have known what was in the cards for their group. About 45 years later, while their families have grown and marriages have become golden, their friendships have also endured.

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The Greater Erie Community Action Committee's Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program gives older adults vouchers to use at farmers markets, and this year, voucher distribution will take place through the mail.

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The Corry Public Library, 117 W. Washington St., reopened its doors on Monday for limited services such as copies and faxes, browsing and item checkouts. Library Assistant Patti Redrup, left, checks out a children's book for Jenn Chase, of Corry, who stopped in Monday to get books for her ki…

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Businesses in the Corry community over the years have taken the reins in providing scholarships for children to attend summer camp at Miracle Mountain Ranch in Spring Creek. 

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A long list of business items and a few personnel matters were approved during a regular meeting of Corry Area School Board members on Monday, June 22.

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A site investigation report on testing done in July and October 2019 on a Corry Avenue A landfill has been completed and while contamination levels aren't as high as expected, Department of Environmental Protection's findings include recommendations for more testing.

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COLUMBUS  — A Corry man was arrested Sunday after he allegedly strangled a woman and then attempted to shoot a man who stopped the attack at a Warren County residence on Saturday night. 

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The Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) recently announced that Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority (PIDA),  Pennsylvania Minority Business Development Authority (PMBDA), and Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) are extending business loan deferrals by three a…

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Amateur radio operator Steve Walter, 62, of Spartansburg — call sign WA3A — took part in a 2020 American Radio Relay League Field Day, which is designed to test emergency response skills. Operators are encouraged to make as many contacts as possible over a 24-hour period and at 22 hours in, …

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Many have been affected by school closures and shutdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic. Fat Monn's Grub owner Jason Monn received a citation on Friday from Erie County Council to recognize the efforts of the restaurant to help feed children of families in need. 

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Corry Streets Department employee Erik Sproveri operates a line painter on North Center Street. Line painting will be taking place throughout town to redefine crosswalks in Corry. Corry Public Works Department Lead Operator Mark Leofsky said it will be an ongoing project, as it can only be d…

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Avenue Haircrafters, 16 W. Columbus Ave., has reopened for business today, Erie County's first day in the green phase. Guidelines allow for salons and barber shops to reopen by appointment. Owner Tammi Martin is cutting a longtime customer's hair this morning — Sue Anderson, of Warren and fo…

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Couples apply for marriage license

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Due to green phase guidelines that restrict gatherings over 250 people at events, a drag race scheduled to take place at the Corry-Lawrence Airport, 800 Spring St., will be rescheduled.