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One of life’s basic requirements for car owners — an oil change — has become a bit more convenient with the opening of a new business in town, Moboil Lube.

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The city of Corry is now able to receive online payments for more than a water, sewer and trash bill.

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Corry Public Works Department Lead Operator Mark Leofsky and Interim Police Chief Michael Cherry recently brought a used 2013 Ford SUV police cruiser home to Corry.

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A gymnasium at the former St. Thomas School building was slated for demolition, but thanks to two local businessmen, it will continue to stand and provide a meeting space for the community, particularly the kids of Corry. 

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Downtown Corry Business Association is kicking off its First Fridays with May's event, "Celebrate Moms" this Friday from 5 to 8 p.m.

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Clear Lake Authority in Spartansburg recently held its annual spring cleanup. Nine volunteers cleaned up the area gardens and gazebo, and picked up trash along the trail. Above, from left, are CLA Vice President Tyler Dingfelder, longtime CLA board member Dick Dean and secretary Lori Rater. …

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A $220,190 Federal Emergency Management Agency grant awarded to the Corry Regional Fire Co. in October recently enabled the purchase of 76 self-contained breathing apparatus.

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There's going to be a lot more pawsitive change now that a local teenage animal advocate has her own pet food pantry. 

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Corry resident Joe Frisina Sr. recently received his mail-in ballot to vote in the upcoming primary election, but something was amiss. 

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UNION CITY — Seven members of the Union City Lions Club took a chance they wouldn’t get caught in a late afternoon rainstorm on Wednesday, April 28, when they showed up to conduct the Lions Club’s semi-annual cleanup.

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After having to scale back its donations due to financial constraints brought on by the pandemic, the Corry Central Labor Club is getting back to normal and starting to give money to local organizations in the community.

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The state Department of Environmental Protection has done a final inspection on booster pump stations and water tanks, which were given approval to be put into service, but the city is still waiting on permission to demolish the 100-year-old reservoir.

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Five public works department trucks were put up for sealed bid in February and Corry City Council opened and awarded the highest bidders at its recent meeting

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Max is an Australian shepherd and border collie mix that is in training to be a therapy dog. Andrew and Lindsey Turner, both 24, of Corry, said Max is around 1 year old and is a rescue from an Amish farm. They laughed as they gave the jumping dog treats and said he has quite the personality.…

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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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Crotty Chevrolet Buick in Columbus has been helping out Corry kids sports teams for many years. Annual donations help Corry Little League with uniforms, supplies and equipment expenses.

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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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Neighborhood Assistance Program tax credits can benefit businesses who donate toward revitalization efforts in Corry and presentations are taking place on two different dates as a guide.

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A subcommittee of Impact Corry's Housing and Neighborhood team has organized a way to "Paint the Town."

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The Corry Community Foundation, which has been matching funds raised during Erie Gives Day for seven years, recently voted to double its total match amount, while capping the match to individual organization to $5,000 in donations.

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Members of Spartansburg Volunteer Fire Department on Sunday sprayed and scrubbed Main Street in the borough. Spartansburg Borough Council hosted a Town Clean-Up Weekend on April 17 and 18 with residents sweeping and raking stones, leaves, sticks and other debris, making SVFD’s job a little easier.

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Nick Hogue, 27, of Corry, brought his 3-year-old son, Owen, to Mead Park for some playtime after day care on Monday. They adventure in the park whenever the weather is nice, Hogue said. Any park adventures today would need to include rain gear, as showers are forecast through the evening, dr…

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A repository sale for a property off Grand Street was passed before Corry City Council at its recent meeting. 

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The gymnasium attached to the former St. Thomas School in Corry will be demolished, but not the entire building.