• Corry Man Faces Assault Charges

    A Corry man is facing multiple charges following an incident on W. Pleasant St. on Tuesday night. After speaking with the victim in the emergency room at Corry Memorial Hospital police charged 57-year old Carl Bailey with aggravated assault, simple assault, harassment and terroristic threats. He was taken to Erie County Prison to face charges at a later date.

  • Eagles Soar Past Bears

    Written By Cody Rose 

    The Union City Bears baseball team was back in action on Monday afternoon, traveling to Allegheny College to take on the Youngsville Eagles in a District 10 1A Quarterfinal game. The Bears would strike first in the first inning, as Miles McCaslin would reach on a double and later score, as Trevin Capela would drive him in with a double to give the Bears an early lead. The Eagles would tie the game in the bottom of the first, as Keegan Mesel would hit a two-out RBI single to tie the game at one after the first inning. Fast forward to the fourth inning still tied at one, Matt DeSimone would give the Eagles a 2-1 lead after hitting a sac fly. The Eagles would break the game open in the fifth scoring four runs, after singles from Wyatt Dalrymple, Talon Mesel and Matt DeSimone, to give the Eagles a 6-1 lead through five innings. The Bears would score their second and final run of the game in the sixth, as Daithin Kent would drive in Quinlan Magee. The Eagles would end any chance the Bears would have in the bottom of the sixth scoring six runs, as the Eagles would take down the Bears 12-2, as the Bears finish the season with a 6-13 (5-11) record.

    Game stats:

    Union City:


    2B/3B/P Miles McCaslin – 1/3 run

    LF/RF Quinlan Magee – 2/3 run

    C Trevin Capela – 1/2 walk, RBI

    SS Daithin Kent – 1/3 RBI

    CF Steven Klakamp – 0/3

    1B Bryce Drayer – 0/2

    3B/P Aidan Shuman – 0/2

    RF/LF Desmond Pieper – 0/2

    P/2B Wyatt Post – 0/2


    SP Wyatt Post – 3.1 IP, 3 K, 3 BB, 3 hits, 2 R, 2 ER

    RP Aidan Shuman – 1.2 IP, 0 K, 1 BB, 3 hits, 4 R, 4 ER

    RP Miles McCaslin – 0.2 IP, 0 K, 1 BB, 2 hits, 6 R, 3 ER



    CF Matt DeSimone – 0/3 walk, four RBI 

    SS James Johnson – 1/4 walk, two runs, RBI 

    P/1B Nathan Lucks – 1/5 run

    C Keegan Mesel – 2/2 two walks, two runs, RBI 

    1B/P Wyatt Dalrymple – 2/4 two runs, RBI 

    3B Ian Mancuso – 0/3 run

    2B Aiden Mancuso – 2/4 two runs, RBI 

    RF Talon Mesel – 0/3 run, RBI 

    LF Ethan Senz – walk, run, two RBI 


    SP Nathan Lucks – 5.1 IP, 7 K, 0 BB, 4 hits, 1 R, 1 ER

    RP Wyatt Dalrymple – 0.2 IP, 1 K, 1 BB, 1 hit, 1 R, 1 ER

  • Chicken BBQ in Pittsfield June 10

    A chicken BBQ will be held Saturday June 10th at Friendship Field in Pittsfield township beginning at 12 Noon.  Proceeds benefit the Garland Fire Dept.  There will also be a community wide yard sale. 

  • Spartansburg Gun Raffle June 3

    The Spartansburg Volunteer Fire Dept Spring Gun Raffle is Saturday June 3 at the the Sparta Fair Grounds.  Doors open at 6PM.  Tickets are $10 each. 

  • Eakman Leads Mustangs Past Bears

    Written By Cody Rose

    The Union City Lady Bears softball team traveled to Hermitage on Monday afternoon, taking on the Mercer Mustangs in a District 10 2A Quarterfinal game. The Mustangs would strike first in the bottom of the first, as lead-off hitter Phoebe Eakman would start the game off with a triple and later score, as the next batter Pressley Washil would drive her in with a single. Union City starting pitcher Kaegann Gregor would settle in after that inning, as she would follow up with three shutout innings to keep the Lady Bears in the game. The Lady Bears only hit of the game would come in the first inning, as Senior Lucy Higley would reach on a single. The Mustangs would score their second run in the bottom of the fifth, as Phoebe Eakman would reach on a single and later score her second run of the game, as her sister Angelina Eakman would drive her in with a single. The Lady Bears could never get anything going in the game, as the Mustangs freshman pitcher Angelina Eakman was dominant in the circle, striking out thirteen and giving up only one hit, which would come in the first inning. The Mustangs would go on to defeat the Lady Bears 2-0, as Union City finishes the season with a 9-11 (7-9) record. 

     Union City pitcher, Kaegann Gregor 

    The Lady Bears didn’t have the season they were hoping for, but the future looks very bright for this young team as they will be bringing back lots of talent. The Bears will be losing two key players to graduation however, all-time home run leader Lucy Higley at Third Base, as well as Center Fielder Emylee Zielinski, but Head Coach Jerry VanZandt will have his team back and ready to go next season.

    Game stats:

    Union City:


    CF Emylee Zielinski – 0/3

    SS Cathryn Reynolds – 0/3

    3B Lucy Higley – 1/2 single, HBP

    P Kaegann Gregor – 0/3

    2B Alissa Leech – 0/3

    DH Desirae Brown – 0/2 HBP

    LF Cheyenne Cummings – 0/2 walk, ROE

    C Grace Chapman – 0/3

    1B Alyssa Tingley – 0/2

    RF/PR Kennady Brenner 


    P Kaegann Gregor – 6.0 IP, 4 K, 1 BB, 7 hits, 1 HBP, 2 R, 2 ER



    C Phoebe Eakman – 2/2 single, triple, HBP, two runs

    SS Pressley Washil – 1/3 single, RBI

    LF Emma Stoepfel – 0/3 ROE

    P Angelina Eakman – 1/3 single, RBI

    CF Lily Erwin – 0/2

    1B Madeline Daris – 1/2 single, walk

    RF Lexie Walker – 0/3

    2B Kailyn Adams – 0/3

    3B Avry Ryhal – 2/3 two singles


    P Angelina Eakman – 7.0 IP, 13 K, 1 BB, 1 hit, 2 HBP, 0 R, 0 ER

  • Cruise In & BBQ in Sugar Grove May 26

    Sugar Grove Volunteer Fire Department is holding it’s 27th Annual Car Cruise-In Friday May 26 from 4-8PM, rain or shine.  Car registration is $5.  The fire department will also be serving a chicken BBQ. All proceeds benefit Soldiers & Sailors and the Sugar Grove Volunteer Fire Department..

  • Duck Race in Spartansburg May 27

    Spartansburg Events is holding a Rubber Duck Race Saturday May 27th at 10:30 AM at Clear Lake. Single ducks are $5, 6 for $25, 12 for $50 or 24 for $100. Winners receive $500 for first place, $300 for second place and $100 for third place. Proceeds benefit Spartansburg Event’s Playground Project.

  • Croker Leads Bloomfield Township Supervisor Vote Count

    In an interview Friday, Crawford County Commissioner John Christopher Soff told UC Today that Bloomfield Township residents will have to wait for all primary election mail-in ballots to be counted and write-in votes to be adjudicated to learn the final results of the contest for Township Supervisor.  There were no candidates on either ballot, however, Bill Croker leads both write-in vote counts with 67 out of 75 on the Republican side and 23 out of 26 on the Democratic side.  According to Soff, the minimum number of write-in votes needed in the PA primary for township supervisor is 10, meaning Croker will appear on both tickets in the general election unless there is a lead change due to mail-in ballots. The winner in November will replace outgoing supervisor Dan Gourley whose 6 year term ends at the end of the year.
    In the contest for Bloomfield Township Auditor six-year term Barbara Gago was uncontested and won the Democratic vote with 54 out of 54.  There is currently no clear winner on the Republican side or in the four-year Auditor contest.

  • Union City Softball, Baseball Teams Gear Up For Playoffs

    The Union City softball and baseball teams on Friday learned who they will face in the playoffs next week, as District 10 released the 2023 D10 Playoff Brackets on Friday afternoon. The Lady Bears softball team will travel to Hermitage on Monday to take on the Mercer Mustangs, first pitch is scheduled for 3:00 at Hermitage Complex Field 2. The baseball team will also be in action on Monday afternoon, as they travel to Allegheny College to take on the Youngsville Eagles, first pitch is scheduled for 4:30. Good luck to both teams as they begin their playoff run! Keep an eye on McCray and Son Broadcastings Facebook page for when and where they’ll be Broadcasting from.

  • Bears Fall to Raiders in Regular Season Finale

    Written By Cody Rose 

    The Union City Bears baseball team was back on the field on Thursday afternoon, as they traveled to Reynolds to take on the Raiders. The game would be close until the sixth, as the Raiders would score seven runs to make the score 10-2 going into the seventh. The Bears would get two of those runs back in the seventh inning, but it wouldn’t be enough, as the Bears fell to Reynolds 10-4, finishing the regular season with a 6-12 (5-11) record.

    Game stats:

    Union City:


    P/2B Miles McCaslin – 1/3 walk, run

    RF Quinlan Magee – 1/2 two walks, two runs

    C Trevin Capela – 0/3 walk

    SS Daithin Kent – 0/2 two walks

    CF Steven Klakamp – 1/4 RBI

    1B/P Bryce Drayer – 2/3 walk, run, RBI 

    3B Aidan Shuman – 1/4 RBI

    LF JJ Karmazin – 0/3

    DH Desmond Pieper – 0/2 walk


    SP Miles McCaslin – 4.0 IP, 4 K, 0 BB, 5 hits, 3 R, 3 ER

    RP Luke Racop – 1.1 IP, 3 K, 0 BB, 1 hit, 3 R, 3 ER

    RP Bryce Drayer – 0.2 IP, 0 K, 3 BB, 2 hits, 4 R, 4 ER



    SS/P Peyton Winkle – 1/2 walk, run, RBI 

    C Nolan Reichard – 1/4

    P/SS Cameron Buckley – 0/3 walk, two runs, RBI 

    CF Ryan Broadwater – 1/3 two runs, three RBI 

    3B Chase Bell – 2/3 two runs, three RBI 

    1B Kolton Wilkinson – 1/3 RBI

    2B John McCurdy – 1/3 run, RBI 

    RF Logan Chamberlain – 0/2 run

    LF Ryan Shardy – 1/2 run

    DH Rocky Floch – walk

    CR Greyden Gustas


    SP Cameron Buckley – 4.1 IP, 8 K, 5 BB, 4 hits, 2 R, 2 ER

    RP Peyton Winkle – 2.2 IP, 3 K, 3 BB, 2 hits, 2 R, 2 ER