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Corinth, Pennsylvania is the fictional setting of the ABC soap operas Loving. Several characters from Port Charles, New York have visited Corinth and characters from The City moved from Corinth to New York City.

Please note, the dates listed for each character do not reflect the character's dates in a particular city if that city's show (Loving for Corinth, ‘The City for New York City, GH for Port Charles) is that character's original show in which they appeared.

Characters

  • Cesar Faison - Faison appears in Corinth to chase after Ava Rescott, who has a rare stamp that Faison wants. They end up at Universal Studios Florida and Ava is saved by a mechanical King Kong (in Corinth Summer 1993 on Loving)
  • Characters from Loving moved from Corinth to a SoHo Manhattan neighborhood in New York City after the soap ended with the Loving Murders (November 1995 on The City)
  • Luke Spencer and Holly Sutton chase after Jerry Jacks and end up in Corinth at the house where the Loving Murders happened (in Corinth August 2013 on General Hospital)
  • Phyllis Caulfield mentions that Elijah Crowe built a strip mall in Corinth that is doing pretty good. Her husband Lenny refers to it as a ghost town and Phyllis says it was a beautiful area way back when until it started getting dangerous. (in Nixon Falls March 11, 2021 on General Hospital)
  • Nina Reeves and "Mike" head to Corinth to investigate Elijah (in Nixon Falls May 17, 2021 on General Hospital). On their trip to Corinth, Sonny and Nina take a look at the town and wound up at a park where they encountered a woman named Barb who told the two the crime there had been driving down the value of the town and putting local shops out of businesses due to their inability to compete with the businesses in more thriving nearby towns. As Sonny and Nina are about to head back to Nixon Falls, they suspect that Elijah is actually deliberately increasing the crime rate in the nearby Pennsylvania towns, with Corinth being one of his victims, so he can lower his value for his own financial gain.
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