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For the 11th year in a row, residents of Corry and surrounding areas in Erie County will have the opportunity to support their favorite charities on Tuesday, Aug. 10, during a communitywide campaign known as Erie Gives, presented by the Erie Community Foundation.

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Sen. Michele Brooks (R-50th) gives some remarks, along with other state and local officials, at a grand opening ceremony for the new Parkside at Corry senior living community on Thursday afternoon. The facility, which began accepting residents earlier this year, is located on Shamrock Lane n…

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Deputy Secretary for Community Affairs and Development, Richard Vilello Jr., of the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED), visited Corry on Monday.

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First responders were called to 181 E. Main St. in Columbus Township at 12:14 p.m. Wednesday for a motor vehicle accident. A blue SUV was traveling eastbound on East Main Street, Route 957, when it struck the rear end of a dump truck parked off the eastbound lane of the roadway, according to…

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Fostering the growth of young hunters and inspiring interest in outdoor sports is a priority for the Pennsylvania Game Commission, but it appears such hobbies are not so popular among up-and-coming generations. 

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 Several state agencies are reminding Pennsylvanians to remain vigilant in the protection of their identity and financial information as frauds continue to plague residents, particularly with regard to unemployment benefits, which began to spike in 2020.

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From left are Carson Donnell, 4, Kensley Snyder, 5, and Brinleigh Miller, 4, playing together during a Tuesday morning outdoor recess at the Corry YMCA, 906 N. Center St. The Y continues to offer a variety of educational programming and child care services, including youth sports activities,…

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Those participating in story time today at the Corry Public Library, 117 W. Washington St., were joined by a group of three different farm animals. Children had the opportunity to pet a duck, a rooster and a goat in between hearing stories about each type of animal. The animals were contribu…

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Renee Harper, left, and Beverly Burton enjoy a meal with fellow retirees at a luncheon for the Corry Memorial Hospital Retired Caregivers. The picnic-style event took place on July 22 at the American Legion pavilion. Burton worked in the hospital's operating room and Harper was a ward clerk …

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ERIE — National Fuel Gas Distribution Corp. (the company) has filed a request with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) that would provide immediate and recurring savings to customers through a one-time bill credit, plus a reduction in base delivery rates for five years.

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SUMMIT — An early morning car crash on Friday, July 23, claimed the life of a Union City man. 

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Brad Russell, chairman of Corry Neighborhood Initiative (CNI), and Corry Fire Chief and Chief Code Compliance Officer Jim Lathrop recently released a Code Compliance Performance Measurement for the first half of 2021.

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Findley Lake, N.Y. — The Camp at Findley invites community members to attend a free praise and worship concert, called "AWAKE! Findley Lake", on Saturday free of charge. 

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This year has unfolded with the return of numerous events that had been forcibly canceled by pandemic restrictions in 2020. Corry Federal Credit Union’s annual Youth Week is another such event that’s back.

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Area residents enjoyed live music in Corry City Park Thursday evening by a band called Dangerforce, whose frontman is local resident Kevin Downey. The performance was part of the Corry Area Arts Council's Thursday in the Park summer concert series. Live music is performed in the city park ga…

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At a regular City Council meeting Monday evening, Councilman Steven Drake, director of Streets and Public Improvements, praised the streets department.

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Editor's note: The following are retail food inspection reports obtained by the Erie County Health Department, which releases resorts every week. 

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After a cancellation in 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Mead Park Association and Friends of Mead Park are once again hosting a Glenn Mead Day celebration at the park on Aug. 8 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Corry Business Manager Nick Heil had semi-good news for City Council members at Monday night’s regular meeting, saying that half of a grant applied for was received for North Hills Municipal Golf Course. 

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The Corry Area Food Pantry, in conjunction with the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Senior Food Box program, provides nonperishable food items at no charge to local senior citizens each month.

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ELGIN — Members of Beaverdam Mennonite Church are trying something new this year, and they're calling it the Family Fun Fair, which will take place on Saturday, July 31, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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WAYNE — A regular meeting of the Wayne Township supervisors was held on Monday evening at the municipal building, 17395 Sciota Road, Corry. 

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Corry City Council announced at a regular meeting Monday that the word “interim” has been removed from the title held by city of Corry Police Chief Michael J. Cherry.

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A structure fire ignited in a residence at 19 Snyder Circle early Saturday morning, leading to a total loss of the apartment and some damage to neighboring units, the Corry Fire Department reports.