UNION CITY - As the weather worsened in the area, numerous fire departments were braving the elements to battle a blaze that broke out in a Union City home late last night.
Steve Peters, 61, of Corry, shovels this morning in front of his East South Street home. Area residents woke up today to a blanket of snow. Peters said he shares shoveling responsibilities with the other tenant in his building, and said he is well aware of how Corry can get knee deep, and ev…
Organizers of a fourth annual Christmas Tree Decorating Contest are inviting businesses, groups and individuals to participate this holiday season for a chance to win $100.
A mother lode of Small Business Saturday promotional materials will be arriving at the Corry Area Chamber of Commerce soon and Executive Director Chris Hornick said she is preparing for its arrival.
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…
At a recent Corry City Council meeting, Council members approved a request for a donation of $4,500 to the Corry Regional Fire Co., volunteer arm of Corry Fire Department.
The city of Corry Police Department is once again organizing a red kettle competition to assist the Corry Salvation Army with its yearly collection.
Saying thanks to local heroes and remembering the sacrifices they made for this country was expressed this morning during a special Veterans Day breakfast at the Corry Elks Lodge, 129 N. Center St.
An unprecedented collaboration between Union City and two Erie-based grantmaking organizations has the borough poised to make significant investments in its downtown and public parks.
Experiencing the emotional side of American war history was very eye opening for Corry Area High School junior Robin Biondi.
About 40 local veterans and their family members attended a Veterans Day program Friday, which was coordinated and hosted by students and staff at Corry Area High School. The event kicked off with a breakfast and students had the opportunity to mingle with veterans.Above, from left to right,…
Corry Salvation Army captains will be outside of Walmart, 961 E. Columbus Ave., on Saturday as part of an early holiday season collection kickoff.
The Civil War soldiers' monument in Corry City Park was blanketed with snow this morning after the city experienced its first sizable snowfall of the season overnight. As of 9 a.m., Corry had received 6 inches of new snow, according to local resident and National Weather Service trained snow…
Corry Fire Department has gotten more of a return from billed services since a fire-billing ordinance went into effect.
CLYMER, N.Y. — During a special school board meeting Wednesday morning, Clymer Central School board members accepted a teacher resignation. Matthew Kindberg, a secondary social studies teacher, has accepted a new employment opportunity and his resignation will be effective as of Saturday, …
Snow forecasts keep popping up for the Corry area and the Corry streets department is prepared with mountains of salt and sand to keep city streets safe to drive.
The Corry area saw a low voter turnout for Tuesday’s municipal general election, which could be in part because of a change of voting location in Corry's First Ward.
A Façade Renovation Matching Grant Program was announced at a Downtown Corry Business Association meeting Monday, for non-residential buildings located in the downtown Corry business district.
There were only a few contested races included on Corry-area ballots during Tuesday's 2019 municipal general election, but The Corry Journal has determined unofficial winners in those local races.
Two local teenagers have been charged with multiple misdemeanors following the city of Corry Police Department's investigation into criminal mischief and theft from motor vehicles that began in the area of East South Street shortly before midnight on Oct. 29.
City resident Marge Harvey, 88, left, casts her ballot for today's municipal general election at the Corry YMCA, 906 N. Center St., which is the new polling site for Corry's Second Ward. Therese Robb, 72, voting machine operator, activates the machine to bring the ballot onto the screen. The…
Anyone who's looking to cash in on the amount of snow the city of Corry will receive this winter season can do so by purchasing a snowfall 50/50 ticket.
Members of the Life Youth Group of the First United Methodist Church in Union City went trick-or-treating for the Union City Food Pantry on Sunday, Nov. 3. More than 650 nonperishable food items were donated to the food pantry. Youth who went trick-or-treating are, in no particular order, As…
Members of Corry City Council, during Monday’s meeting, approved sending a list of potential land acquisitions to the Erie County Land Bank for evaluation. The list was submitted by the Corry Land Bank Advisory Board.
Corry's volleyball team won its fourth straight District 10 championship on Saturday besting Maplewood. Leading the way were the seniors, shown here with coach Kelly Goodsel. From the left are Maddi Vona, Meg Goodsel and Indya Berkhous.
November's First Fridays event, Hometown Holidays, including Corry Blue Zones Project open house, had many visitors despite the 30-degree temperatures.
A resolution is up for Corry City Council members to vote on during today's meeting to offer eligible city employees an early retirement option.
The status of St. Elizabeth Church was changed over the weekend by Bishop Lawrence T. Persico, of Erie, that effectively closes the church completely and discontinues any divine worship there.
It's the first day of November and there's snow on the ground, so Corry-area residents may be turning on their heat or already have it running.
Two Corry Railroad and Industrial Legacy Society members, Vice Chairman Carl Wassink and Chairman Tom VanTassel, recently returned from a trip to Alaska in pursuit of the mission to bring an A313 Climax locomotive home to Corry, where it was built.
SPARTANSBURG — Area residents are invited to donate blood at an upcoming blood drive for a chance to win a $100 grocery gift card to a store of their choosing.
A list of seven properties was given to Corry City Council during Thursday's planning meeting for members to consider for submission to the Erie County Land Bank for potential purchase.