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Union City Volunteer Fire Co. assisted Mill Village Volunteer Fire Co. on a call for a possible water rescue when a kayak reportedly overturned in French Creek off Flats Road, LeBoeuf Township, at 1:40 p.m. Saturday. Crews did not find anyone in the water, and they pulled out a yellow Curren…

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Since Northern Pennsylvania Regional College is relatively new to the region and the Corry Higher Education Council, two meetings have been scheduled to inform the general public about the college's partnership with the Corry Hi-Ed and its existence within the community. 

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The Union City Area School District has been awarded a five-year $1.3 million grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program. 

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Now that three parcels of railroad property along Center Street, from North First Avenue to Maple Avenue, have changed hands from Impact Corry to Corry Industrial Benefit Association, what happens to plans to develop the mostly empty properties into a Green Junction Park? CIBA is pursuing th…

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With the challenges of college long behind him, Corry native Randy Kondrlik, 61, threw himself back onto a college campus to face a rigorous program of study that at last earned him the title of permanent deacon on May 31. 

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Corry Federal Credit Union (CFCU) is getting ready to host its annual Youth Week — a weeklong celebration specifically designed for children and youth to learn about saving and have fun at the credit union.

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Couples apply for marriage license

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A mother was arrested Tuesday morning after she took her two young children to the hospital while she was under the influence of drugs. 

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Vendors were set up in Corry City Park this morning for the Corry Farmers Market, which is celebrating its 10th year of operation. Above, Tristan McCray, owner of Good Stuff Farm in Corry, sells various greens and potted herbs at his stand. The farmers market, which is organized by Legacy Co…

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Animals, crafts, games and giveaways will all be part of the Corry Public Library's Summer Reading Program, which is open for registration through Wednesday, July 3.

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For the third time within one year, the biggest pump of Corry's water, Well 32, has failed. The failure was at 1 a.m. on June 3 and occurred during heavy rains, but there was no reported lightning with the storm, so city officials are pursuing means to find out why the motor stopped working.

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A large yellow sign that reads "Thank You" was erected in the front lawn of the Clymer Central School campus. The sign is covered in student handprints in appreciation of the community for voting "yes" to a second 2019-20 school budget that passed with a 64 percent majority on Tuesday. The b…

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The city of Corry faces many issues in trying to make improvements and becoming a better place to live. While Corry City Council tries to tackle the problems, many taxpayers question how their dollars are being spent. The Journal took to the street and asked local residents, "What do you thi…

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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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UNION CITY — Three intersections in downtown Union City will be modernized by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) next year and the plans for the project are currently on display at the borough building. 

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Corry Central Labor Club, 30 W. Main St., recently donated $5,000 to Corry Fire Department. Left is Fire Chief Jim Lathrop accepting the check from Corry Central Labor Club Treasurer Jim Ross. Lathrop said that the money covers the cost of a 2009 Dodge Durango purchased in March for use as a…

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A public event will take place Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. at Corry Area High School, 534 E. Pleasant St., to kick off the official start of the Blue Zones Project in Corry.

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CorryFest was packed with activities Friday through Sunday that included an evening of kickoff events and fireworks in the Route 6 Plaza; a parade through the city's downtown; games, food, vendors and music in Corry City Park; and 5K and half marathon races. 

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A tar and chip contract was awarded to a Meadville company, and because the city wanted to try to get as many streets coated as possible, some streets were removed from a final open bid package to bring costs down.

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Working in a small town library is an exciting opportunity for North East native Kelsey Cunningham, who was recently hired as the new director of the Corry Public Library, 117 W. Washington St. 

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Couple applies for marriage license

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Corry Community Foundation held its 2019 Spring Grant Reception on Thursday at the relevant church and awarded a total of $158,913.19 to area organizations striving to improve the community.

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A conditional use hearing took place in Council chambers Thursday for an Erie company request to use an industrial zoned building, the Enterprise Place complex on East Columbus Avenue, for a clinic and professional office for drug and alcohol treatment.