Spartansburg will once again be celebrating a longstanding holiday tradition with three days of activities for the entire family.
Margaret McCurdy, president of the American Legion Unit 237 Auxiliary, and her sister, Margie Durfey, secretary of the auxiliary, were just two of several volunteers who showed up at the American Legion LeBaron Post 237 at 9225 Route 6 in Union City about 9 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 25.
Under a new rule by the Pennsylvania Game Commission, hunters will not be permitted to shoot a doe until the first Saturday of deer season.
Many community members are getting ready to prepare their Thanksgiving turkeys for Thursday's holiday. Looking for some new recipes, The Corry Journal asked Jacque Hill's second-grade class at Corry Area Primary School, "How do you cook a Thanksgiving turkey?" Here is what they said.
A Spring Creek Township husband and wife — Al and Barb Chase — who have been hunting together for 40 years, had the hunt of a lifetime on Monday. Al, 60, and Barb, 60, shot their first black bear while hunting at Stec’s camp in Torpedo, Pennsylvania, on Nov. 23. The local couple used 70mm .270 rifles to bag the two bears at about 8 a.m.
Pennsylvania State Police Troop E in Erie reminds motorists there will be an increased effort this holiday weekend to enforce traffic laws on commonwealth roadways.
There are many things to be thankful for this holiday, according to students in Carrie Bloeser's second-grade class.
Ten turkeys, 100 pounds of potatoes, 55 pounds of coleslaw and 10 cases of cranberries.
Sometimes it takes a handful of puppets to remind us how random acts of kindness can snowball into something much bigger.
The highest rating a childcare facility can receive was recently awarded to Corry Alliance Childcare, 721 Hatch St.
Knights of Columbus Council 425 of the Corry Catholic Community donated $200 to the Corry Salvation Army’s annual Red Kettle Campaign last Friday, Nov. 20. Grand Knight Maurice Aldrich and Deputy Grand Knight Ed Bogert present a check to Salvation Army Capt. Debbie Weigner. The Knights will also help the campaign by manning a kettle at Walmart from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Black Friday. Bogert said this is the 15th year the Knights have volunteered to ring bells for the Red Kettle Campaign at Walmart on Black Friday.
Santa Claus is coming to Corry on Sunday to visit with local children and discuss their Christmas wish list.
Mike Anderson is glad he found a home for his business in Corry.
Pennsylvania’s firearms deer season begins Monday, Nov. 30, at daybreak and continues through Dec. 12.
A celebration of the winter season is returning to the city in February, and event organizers have announced a list of preliminary activities.
Two local women recently presented a check to the A.N.N.A. Wellness Center in Wayne Township after organizing a craft show to raise money for the center. The second annual Fall Extravaganza fundraiser was held at Corry Moose Lodge 98 on Nov. 8 and raised $1,055. From left are Nicole Eliason, A.N.N.A. Wellness Center veterinarian assistant; Dr. Windell Lyon, A.N.N.A. Wellness Center veterinarian; Heather Kasmierski; and Veronica Darling. “Our goal was to raise $1,000 and we raised more than that so we’re excited,” Darling said. “We’re just two women who care about our pets and want to do something for other animals.”
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The Corry Area School District is notifying parents of students in the district that their children may have been exposed to a case of meningitis.
A national library ranking service has awarded five stars to the Corry Public Library, the only facility in the state to receive the highest honor.
BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP — When Union City American Legion LeBaron Post 237 moved to its new location at 9225 Route 6, a long-standing symbol stayed behind.
SPRING CREEK TOWNSHIP — Property taxes are expected to remain the same next year in Spring Creek Township.
Wine and painting events are becoming more common in the Corry area.
Driving out hunger was the goal Thursday at the Corry Auto Dealers Exchange.
The expulsion of three high school students was approved Monday night during a Corry Area School Board meeting.
Four staff members at Corry Area Middle-High School are in the spotlight this November for displaying positive behavior.
By 11 a.m. today, generous donors already had dropped off five frozen turkeys at the Corry branch of Northwest Savings Bank.
A critical need for new doctors and specialists in the community is the reason behind a recent decision for Corry Memorial Hospital to join the health system of Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Health.
The city of Corry joined the Conelway Regional Emergency Management Agency in August 2012.
The cause of death of a 20-day-old child who was found unresponsive in Union City on Saturday night is pending further investigation, according to the Erie County Coroner's Office, the Erie Times-News, reported.
Property taxes will not increase next year in Corry.
Members of the Corry Area School Board will review loan proposals at a December meeting if a state budget is not approved by the end of November.
The Union City branch of the Corry Federal Credit Union opened Monday at 56 N. Main St. The credit union will offer a full range of financial services to its members — and anyone in the Union City area is invited to join for a one-time fee of $5. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Monday to officially christen the building.
The echoing sound of bells may be heard outside a few Corry locations as Christmas draws near.
Two female passengers, ages 14 and 15, were taken to Corry Memorial Hospital following a motor vehicle accident Friday on North Center Street.
UNION CITY — State police at Corry are conducting an investigation into the death of a 20-day-old baby Saturday night.
WARREN — A Corry woman was sentenced to 60 to 120 months in state prison on a felony one count of aggravated assault following an attack at a Warren residence on April 15.
WARREN — A Corry man who fractured his stepgrandmother’s skull with a hammer will be imprisoned for at least six years and six months.