Following his swearing-in, Gov. Tom Wolf and a couple thousand supporters celebrated at the Hershey Lodge Tuesday evening, but it was not an inaugural ball.
On the day before he was sworn in as governor, Tom Wolf joined students in Harrisburg performing community service.
Behind the Pennsylvania Capitol, a sea of white chairs is crammed along Commonwealth Avenue and an elevated rostrum awaits Gov.-elect Tom Wolf on his inauguration day.
Former businessman Tom Wolf is poised to be sworn in as Pennsylvania’s 47th governor in a ceremony at the state Capitol.
Governor-elect Tom Wolf called a press conference in Pittsburgh Friday, in part, to sing the praises of his first Cabinet appointment from Allegheny County – Dennis Davin as secretary of Community & Economic Development.
With both an outgoing and incoming governor looking on, a more Republican General Assembly took office in Harrisburg Tuesday.
Pennsylvania’s jobless rate fell by three-tenths of a percentage point in November for the second straight month, even as payrolls remained static.
Gov.-elect Tom Wolf is naming a top campaign adviser and a former fellow cabinet member under ex-Gov. Ed Rendell to key positions in his office.
Ask Gov. Tom Corbett why he lost reelection, and he has a pretty simple answer.
A couple charged in the starvation death of their 9-year-old son were ordered Thursday to stand trial on charges of criminal homicide after a hearing in which a police detective described discovering the child’s decomposing body.
The resignation of state Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery won’t come cheap to the taxpayers of Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Monday suspended one of its members over his participation in a state government pornographic email scandal that involved employees of the attorney general’s office.
You would never think that anyone would ever consider eating a cat or dog in this country. Surprisingly, it is legal in Pennsylvania and only in this state.
Some state officials call it a temporary cash flow problem. Others say it’s more serious.
The state subsidy for the Allegheny County crime lab has dwindled from about seven million dollars down to zero in recent years. A number of officials told legislators from Harrisburg what could happen if that doesn’t change.