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A year-end code compliance report for the city of Corry was given to Corry City Council during a recent meeting by Deputy Code Compliance Officer Jerred Hodak and out of 656 inspections, the number one violation in 2020 was for water shutoffs.

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With the Erie County Courthouse and Erie County Public Library announcing a reopening date of March 8, the city of Corry administration started discussing reopening city-owned buildings.

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Youth members of Corry First United Methodist Church took time out of their day on Sunday, Feb. 21, to build snowmen outside of Corry Manor, 640 Worth St., for the residents' viewing pleasure. Corry Manor has been encouraging members of the community to construct snowmen outside of the facil…

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Two new water tanks have been constructed on Chord Road to replace Corry's reservoir and are scheduled to be put into action as early as this week.

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A survey for business owners was recently launched by the House Majority Policy Committee to get feedback for a plan to help restore the state's economy.

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To avoid another system failure at Corry's wastewater treatment plant, such as the one in March, the Corry Municipal Authority has been advised to install a new generator.

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A water main break was discovered on South Shady Avenue between East South and Main streets overnight and Corry Public Works Department crews were sent out early this morning to make repairs. Lead Operator Mark Leofsky said the crews work to repair the water mains while still under pressure …

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Employees of Corry Manufacturing Co. were recognized Wednesday during a 2020 Service Awards Luncheon at Fork and Barrel Restaurant for their many years of service. Those who were honored for 40 years of service were, from left, Joe Bogniak, CMC President Mike Biedrzycki and Donna Thompson. O…

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Corry Area School District announced Thursday afternoon it will be expanding its hybrid schedule for students in grades 7-12 at Corry Area Middle-High School to include Mondays since the school community continues to see a decrease in COVID-19 cases. 

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Corry Area School District has just announced it will be expanding the hybrid schedule for students in grades 7-12 at Corry Area Middle-High School to include Mondays since the school community continues to see a decrease in COVID-19 cases. 

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The Corry Redevelopment Authority had its 2021 reorganizational meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 17 prior to its regular meeting and elected officers.

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In moving forward with a new sponsor for the Corry-Lawrence Airport, the Corry Redevelopment Authority and the city of Corry have signed an agreement with Knox McLaughlin Gornall & Sennett Law Firm.

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A water main break was discovered this morning on South Center Street between Seventh and Chestnut streets. Corry Public Works Department Lead Operator Mark Leofsky said the work should take about six hours to complete. His intention is to keep water flowing to residents and not interrupt se…

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Capt. Chris Campanelli, third in command at the Erie County Sheriff’s Office, is running for sheriff in this year’s municipal election.

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UNION CITY— Union City Borough Council will invite the owner of property where the former Union City Chair Co. is located to attend a Council meeting.

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Visitors of Corry Area School District's website were greeted with a new design, layout and features as of about a week ago, and there is now an official CASD app for mobile devices. 

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Tina Freeman was recently appointed to a five-year term on the Erie County Housing Authority board as a representative of the city of Corry.

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Corry City Police responded to a two-vehicle accident near 25 W. Columbus Ave., at 2:15 p.m. Feb. 19. Upon arrival, a 2019 Kia Soul was found to have suffered disabling damage requiring towing. Accident investigation revealed the Kia, driven by Bradley Peters, 22, of Waterford, had been foll…

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Saturday is the last day to sign up for a Winter Book Giveaway at Corry Public Library, 117 W. Washington St. Each day children (ages 2-13) check out a book they get to put their name into one of 24 prize canisters in the children's department. Winners will be drawn on March 1 and be notifie…

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A Spartansburg woman who is accused of a hit-and-run accident in July 2020 waived her preliminary hearing on Feb. 12, in front of District Judge Amy  L. Nicols.

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Representatives from Love INC of Union City, Spartansburg and Corry were presented a check on Tuesday as part of JET 24/FOX 66/YourErie and Superstore Joe Askins' Loving Giving Local program, which picks a different nonprofit each week to receive $250.

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Making a phone call within the 814 area code is about to take just a bit longer. On Saturday, April 3, it will be required to dial the area code before a seven-digit phone number.

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As many people living in nursing homes and assisted living facilities continue not to be able to see their family members and loved ones, one local girl is sending weekly handmade gifts to a man she's never met before to raise his spirits. Aubree Chelton, a 9-year-old Corry girl, has been ma…

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Corry City Police responded to a two-car accident at the intersection of West Main Street and First Avenue at 11:50 a.m. on Thursday. Both vehicles sustained moderate to severe disabling damage requiring both to be towed from the scene. No injuries were reported by either driver. Through an …