Gov. Wolf Approves More Than $8M In Grants, Loans For Pa. FarmsGovernor Tom Wolf has approved more than $8 million in grants and low-interest loans to support Pennsylvania farms.
Many Pa. Counties Moving To Replace Voting MachinesPennsylvania's top elections official says one-third of the state's counties are advancing plans to install new voting systems ahead of 2020's presidential election.
Gov. Wolf Proposes Marcellus Shale Tax To Clean Up Lead Paint In SchoolsGov. Tom Wolf is pitching his plan to finance a multibillion-dollar capital plan by taxing Marcellus Shale natural gas production as a way to help Pennsylvania schools clean up environmental health hazards.
About 500 Pa. National Guard Members Deploying To PolandAbout 500 members of the Pennsylvania National Guard are preparing for deployment to Poland to take part in North Atlantic Treaty Organization exercises.
Gov. Wolf Visits Waynesburg To Unveil High-Speed Internet Expansion ProposalPennsylvania's governor is promoting a statewide infrastructure plan as a way to fund the expansion of broadband into areas that lack high-speed access to the internet.
Gov. Tom Wolf Proposes Severance Tax To Help Flooded CommunitiesWhile visiting Bridgeville on Thursday, Governor Tom Wolf discussed his proposed plan to help communities affected by flooding.
Gov. Wolf Memorializes Mark Baserman 1-Year After Guard Was Killed By An Inmate At SCI SomersetSergeant Mark Baserman died one year ago while working at the State Correctional Institution at Somerset.
Pa. GOP Senator Opens Door To Minimum Wage DealA top Republican lawmaker is opening the door to raising Pennsylvania's minimum wage, but he's also insisting that Democrats lower their sights.