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With less snow this winter than what is typical for northwest Pennsylvania and the Corry area, the city of Corry appears to be saving money on both salt usage and overtime hours for city workers that plow the snow.

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Impact Corry Community Development Director Chuck Gray kicks off a "Third Thursdays" initiative by meeting with local business owners at Cobblestone Inn and Suites, 865 E. Columbus Ave., Corry. Thursday evening's gathering was a brainstorming session with discussion topics including talent a…

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During a meeting of the Corry Area School Board on Monday night, school district officials unanimously approved a handful of personnel items and new business.

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 Parents of students at Corry Area Intermediate School and Corry Area Middle School received a School Reach call on Tuesday detailing the proper policy for anyone picking up or dropping off kids for after school activities held at the intermediate school.

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The Christian Missionary Alliance (CMA) Church of Corry, 721 Hatch St., is set to host its annual game dinner on Jan. 25 at 5 p.m., featuring a keynote presentation by local hunters Jon and Laurie Vernam.

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With regard to a five-step fast-track blight plan put out by the Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania, Impact Corry and Corry Neighborhood Initiative (CNI) are developing a formal blight plan. 

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Residents may have heard the emergency weather siren, located on top of Corry Contract, 21 Maple Ave., scheduled to go off today at noon.

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Clymer, N.Y. — The town board of Clymer met on Tuesday evening at the highway building, 8026 Route 474, to organize for 2020 and discuss additional business items.

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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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Corry-area residents are invited to pedal their way through a local fundraiser on Saturday during Corry YMCA's "Pedal for the Pantry" event, which is set to take place between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. at Relevant Church, 100 W. South St., Corry. 

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Corry City Police recently filed charges against a local man who allegedly took almost $5,000 from a Corry business where he was previously the manager.

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Erie County distributed a press release on Friday reminding residents of Erie, Crawford and Warren counties that there is a disaster relief loan available to businesses, nonprofits, homeowners and renters in the area whose property sustained damage from the windstorms on Oct. 31 through Nov.…

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Corry City Police Chief Rich Shopene is taking a position as president of the Northwestern Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association. He will hold that position for the next two years.

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Several residents of the Corry area and other sections of northwestern Pennsylvania faced power outages over the weekend due to high winds early Sunday morning.

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Corry Mayor David Mitchell became the latest victim in a string of local garage burglaries when several tools and other items valued at about $1,000 were stolen from his garage in the 100 block of Chestnut St., Corry, just after 10 a.m. on Friday morning.

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As time turns a page on the new year, many are wondering what vision and focus Corry City Council members and Mayor Dave Mitchell have for 2020.

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In order to award a neighborhood as the first in Corry to participate in a Renaissance Block Matching Grant Program, each of four eligible neighborhoods was evaluated based on a point attribution system based on a list of grant criteria.

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Members of Impact Corry and a Renaissance Block Grant Committee met with leaders from four different Corry neighborhoods on Tuesday to discuss plans for moving forward with an available Renaissance grant application meant for improving and beautifying eligible sections of the city. 

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Couple applies for marriage license

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Toddlers in the YMCA of Corry Child Development Center are given time to use gross motor skills daily, whether it is running outside or playing in the gymnasium on rainy days such as today, Childcare Coordinator Stephanie Cox said. Out of the many balls and hoops that were tossed into the gy…

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Corry Blue Zones Project Engagement Lead Shannon Wohlford, left, hosted a third round for moai walking groups. Among nine other participants, Gladys Stroup, of Columbus, is shown signing up to walk with the group on Thursday evening at Corry Area High School, 534 E. Pleasant St. Moai is a te…

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As part of Corry Area Arts Council's Winter Chamber Series, Jamie Petrush, known as "the Magic Man" of Magic Man Industries, will be performing on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the St. Elizabeth Parish Center, 33 W. Pleasant St., Corry.

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City of Corry and area residents were greeted with single-digit temperatures this morning, but the cold snap isn't anticipated to last. The temperature is forecast to increase throughout the day, with today's high predicted to be 36 degrees. The mercury level is expected to climb even furthe…

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SPARTANSBURG - Spartansburg Borough Council met at the Spartansburg Borough Building, 284 Main St., Spartasnburg, on Tuesday evening for a reorganizational meeting.

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To cover costs to pay back an $11.2 million low-interest PENNVEST loan, city officials voted to increase water and sewer rates, and the change took effect on Jan. 1.

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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…