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Improvements to two booster pumps in Corry are part of work in phase two of a water project to upgrade the city’s outdated water infrastructure, but one booster pump is leaking and city officials are investigating whether the pump can wait for scheduled upgrades to take place at the end of 2020.

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Corry Regional Fire Co., volunteer arm of the Corry Fire Department, was recently awarded a community grant from Corry Walmart for $3,000. Assistant Store Manager Susan Donahue, left, is giving a check to Corry Regional Fire Co. President Pat Patterson. Corry Fire Chief Jim Lathrop said the …

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Another in a series of phone call scams reported to Corry City Police involves a caller claiming to be from the Social Security Administration who identifies himself as an officer and threatens legal action.

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Massive amounts of littering — specifically alcohol containers and packaging — has been occurring on the Rails to Trails East Branch Trail, which extends 3.1 miles from Route 89 south of Spartansburg through Spartansburg to Route 89 north of Spartansburg. Members of the Clear Lake Authority,…

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About 63 people participated in the 10th annual Columbus Fire Department 5K Race Walk/Run in Columbus Township on Monday, which was Columbus Day. The race began and ended at the Columbus Volunteer Fire Department, which recently merged with Stanford Hose Co. to form Corry Regional Fire Co. P…

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Students in Corry Area School District's gifted program, grades six through 12, had the opportunity to go on a field trip to the Bayfront Convention Center, 1 Sassafras Pier, Erie, for Manufacturing Day on Oct. 9. 

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A city of Corry and Erie County Recycling Collection Event held on Saturday at Corry's city garage, 650 E. Smith St., was considered a success even though 27 participants that were signed up didn't show.

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Local files for bankruptcy

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Mud, cold water, shaving cream and lots of climbing and crawling were all part of an annual Shudder Mudder event held Sunday at Mead Park. The event, which is coordinated and sponsored by the YMCA of Corry, featured two courses with up to 11 obstacles. Children and adult runners created team…

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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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An Ohio resident with family ties to Corry recently had a historic firetruck from the Corry Fire Department restored, which he brought back to the city for two special occasions — once for a celebration and again to pay tribute to one of its original riders.

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At a recent Corry-Lawrence Airport Authority meeting, Chairman Dick Hornick announced that he will stay on as chairman of the airport authority but can no longer continue as the manager of the airport.

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Ten juniors and seniors from Corry Area High School's Career and Technical Education Center were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society during a ceremony on Wednesday in the school's auditorium.

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Corry City Council passed a resolution Monday to distribute state aid pension funds to the police, firemen and nonuniform employee pension plans for 2019.

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Corry City Council members, at their Monday meeting, voted to approve City Manager Jason Biondi investigating the possibility of entering into an agreement with Veolia North America, a company that specializes in environmental solutions for energy, water and waste.

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Witches, ghosts, princesses, famous television and video game characters, and creatively dressed children of all kinds will be on display during two upcoming costume parades being held by elementary schools in the Corry Area School District. 

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WATERFORD — A 35-year-old Corry man died on Saturday afternoon after he became pinned underneath a combine harvester he was working on.

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Corry Ambulance Service is in jeopardy of experiencing six-figure losses for the year and Corry City Council must vote on a solution that will keep an ambulance available in Corry.

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Numerous pets and their owners filled the sidewalks of downtown Corry for the Downtown Corry Business Association's Furry Friends Friday on Oct. 4. Above left, local resident Riley Hutchings, 9, poses with a 3-year-old dog named Dierks. Below, Alison Yetzer showcases a Labrador named Rocky d…

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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…