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Editor's note: The following are retail food inspection reports obtained by the Erie County Health Department, which releases reports every week. Violations fall under one of two classifications, either a "risk factor" for food borne illnesses, or under "good retail practices," which are mor…

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A new campaign has been launched and the United Fund of the Corry Area is hoping to meet its 2019 goal of $130,000 that will be used to support local nonprofit agencies. 

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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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Streets employees were at the driveway of the Corry Alliance Church Thursday working on the driveway apron. Three inches of millings will be added before Hatch Street gets two coats of tar and chip. The transition of the driveway to the road needed to be built up to accommodate the new heigh…

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Corry Mayor Dave Mitchell commented that police had a busy July during Monday's Corry City Council meeting. Despite showing 303 incidents, up from 267 incidents in June, no overtime was worked.

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Union Township has been granted an $80,000 loan from the Corry Redevelopment Authority for the repair and replacement of two sluice pipes to complete two road crossings.

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A question was posed to Corry City Council by Corry resident Karen Silvis at Monday's Council meeting about an offer from Skyline Real Estate Services LLC., of Coronado, California. The company offered $250 to purchase a 2.64-acre property at the intersection of West Washington Street and Ga…

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A general fund and payroll report for 2019 was released from Corry City Council, prepared by Councilman Bill Roche, director of finance, and City Business Manager Nick Heil, to give the public an informed idea of the city's financials as Council members head into budget talks.

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Seven new teachers to the Corry Area School District attended an induction and welcome program on Monday in an effort to prepare for the upcoming 2019-20 school year. 

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John Eggleston, Mead Park caretaker, uses 275 gallons to fill the basin around the fountain in front of Mead Park about every three weeks. There are water lines that run to it from the city's water, but last year the lines became inoperable from suspected rot, Eggleston said. However, Eggles…

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Over the weekend, posts began popping up on a Concerns for Corry, Pa. Facebook site about suspicious vans in the Spartansburg area. Some posts claimed that people from the vans were attempting to abduct Amish women and children.

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With budget talks beginning at Thursday's Corry City Council planning session, Councilman Bill Roche, director of finance, gave a general fund and payroll report to Council members to look over, and while income is exceeding expenses, overall, one of the biggest concerns is the financial sta…

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Local veterans, those currently serving and those entering the U.S. military will be recognized on Friday night prior to the first home Corry Beavers varsity football game at Howard Sheen Field Complex.

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A Rockin' For Relay event was being held Friday at Corry Manor, 640 Worth St., and the floorboards were a-rockin'. Doug Austin, 58, left, said he's been a client at the manor for almost eight years and was thrilled to rock. He sits with Cindy Pierce, 53, staff development coordinator, as she…

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CLYMER, N.Y. — Members of the Clymer Central School Board approved a long list of hires, resignations and a retirement during a special meeting Wednesday night.

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Surrounded by a family full of firefighters, Tom Lathrop Jr., 54, of Corry, was inspired growing up to become a volunteer firefighter and that influence is also reflected in his kids. Olivia, 11, and Jackson, 9, are both already expressing interest in becoming firefighters. 

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As students prepare to head back to school on Aug. 22 after summer break, the Union City School Board is tying up loose ends before school is back in session.

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A two-car accident occurred Wednesday afternoon on West Columbus Avenue, near the intersection with Mead Avenue, when a Jeep Patriot rear-ended a Dodge Durango. Corry Fire Department was dispatched at 2:52 p.m. and during that time of day, traffic control was a challenge for responders who h…

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UNION CITY - Union City Parks and Recreation Commission will be hosting its second annual Family Summer Fun Day on Saturday.

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The city of Corry Police Department recently filed charges against a New York man who allegedly burglarized The Fork and Barrel Restaurant and Corry County Club in early May.