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The light posts along Center Street in downtown Corry have been decorated for the Christmas season and tonight's yuletide festivities thanks to volunteers, city employees and members of Corry Young Professionals Network. The lights were strung up on Nov. 21 and the wreaths were placed on Sun…

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Corry Area High School Key Club members take a break from their volunteer efforts during Santa in the Park on Sunday to pose for a picture with Santa. From left are Jayden Southworth, Emma Reyda, Deanna Hosler, Haylee Brewer and Madison Braswell. The students helped set up for the event and …

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Patrolman Gary Doolittle's win of an arbitration with the city for his termination in June cost the city over $15,000 with additional costs still being evaluated.

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The Corry Area Arts Council Auxiliary is holding a silent auction this Friday in lieu of the annual Holiday Home Tour. The group has collected over 50 gift items, gift cards and original art pieces for attendees to bid on. President Jennifer Drake said the auxiliary feels very fortunate for …

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Yard sales will be held Friday and Saturday at The Hope Center in Corry to help raise money for the center’s much needed renovations. 

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A two-vehicle, head-on collision occurred near 111 Shady Ave. at 9:15 a.m. today between a silver Honda sedan and an EMTA bus driving the 105 Corry Loop route. The car was driven by a single male occupant who was taken via ambulance to Corry Memorial Hospital, an affiliate of LECOM Health, w…

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The 2021 proposed budget, new restrooms at Caflisch Park and payments for sidewalks were just a few of the items on the table during Union City Borough Council’s Nov. 24 meeting.

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Downtown Corry Business Association is ready for December's First Fridays event, Noel on Center Street, which will bring Grinch Who-nanigans to downtown Corry Christmas festivities.

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A free mobile hotspot network for tourists of Corry is closer to completion with a recent location approval from Corry City Council.

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Several businesses and organizations have submitted ideas of events they would like to sponsor for Union City’s 150th anniversary celebration.

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Snow falls this morning and covers a bridge near Mead Park's Alice Lake. The city of Corry and its surrounding areas, such as Crawford County, Warren County and southern Erie County, remain under a winter storm warning until 4 p.m. on Wednesday. Corry received 3.5 inches of snow as of 9 a.m.…

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Christmas in the time of COVID is seeing limited editions of certain events because of social distancing restrictions. Residents still have A Very Merry Hometown Corry Christmas to look forward to on Friday though, and some popular features will be back.

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Corry City Council voted at its recent meeting to lower most fees for fire and emergency responses to allow for more flexibility in billing for services.

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Steve Zajac harvested an eight-point buck on the opening day of firearms deer season in the state, which was Saturday, Nov. 28, on his family’s farm in Columbus. Hunters are reminded to send their photos to The Journal for publication in the Sports section for the remainder of the season. Ph…

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The Corry Salvation Army has decorated trees up with holiday tags in businesses and organizations throughout Corry to help families in need during the holiday season.

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Corry Rail and Industrial Legacy Society was finally able to open a shipping container holding parts and pieces to rebuild Climax A313. The container arrived from Nome, Alaska, on Oct. 16. From left are Corry RAILS members and volunteers Buzz Hammond, Chelsea Oliver, Connie Sitterley, Carl W…

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BLOOMFIELD — Pennsylvania State Police have released the name of a 50-year-old Corry man whose death is being investigated as a homicide. 

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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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Erie County Gaming Revenue Authority (ECGRA) awarded nearly $400,000 in the 2020 round of funding for the Erie County Renaissance Block Program, an anti-blight, neighborhood cooperation initiative designed to help improve Erie County neighborhoods through a block-by-block strategy that targe…

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A third annual local Toys for Tots holiday toy drive is being organized by David Corry Chrysler, in conjunction with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, and a collection event will take place on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at two local businesses — Dollar General, 405 W. Columbus Ave., and Wa…

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Sander's Markets gave customers an option to round up their total, which started in the summer during a nationwide coin shortage. The promotion created a donation of over $2,000 for the Corry Area Food Pantry. Sander's Markets co-owner Jake Sander, left, said he has the customers to thank fo…

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Remote learning has been extended for Corry Area Middle-High School students in grades seven through 12 through Friday, Dec. 4, as the school district devises a hybrid in-person learning schedule for some or all of those students.

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Corry City Council called a special meeting to order on Monday to swear in a new city treasurer, Levi Kelly, 21, of Corry.

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From left are Roberta Ayers, president of Friends of Mead Park, and volunteer Cathy Knapp standing in Nichols Lodge surrounded by decorations they are using to trim the park with holiday cheer this morning. Stennett pavilion will be decorated like Christmas morning, Ayers said, with wrapped …

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Corry City Hall and other city owned buildings are closed to the public again in response to a recent rise in COVID-19 cases in the county and new state-issued guidance. 

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Today is the swim show for Corry YMCA's swimming classes. Above is Mrs. Huggler's Pre-K Counts class getting ready for swimming lessons. Each child was able to invite two family members to watch. YMCA of Corry Child Development Center Director Michele Brady said swimming lessons are part of …