Gov. Tom Wolf Orders Flags Half-Staff To Honor Mass Shooting VictimsGov. Tom Wolf has ordered the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Flag on all commonwealth facilities and public buildings to be lowered at half-staff to honor the victims of the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio.
Pennsylvania's Cash Assistance Program EndsBeginning this week, the General Assistance Program in Pennsylvania has ended.
Pittsburgh Awarded Funding For East Liberty Electric Vehicle Charging StationsOfficials announced that Pittsburgh is receiving $245,000 for electric vehicle charging stations in East Liberty.
Gov. Tom Wolf Signs Order Creating Group To Help 'Vulnerable Populations'Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed an order creating a group that will propose changes to help improve the lives of what he calls "vulnerable populations."
Gov. Tom Wolf Warns 200K Jeopardized By President Trump's Food Stamps MoveGov. Tom Wolf is warning that food stamp benefits for about 200,000 people are jeopardized by a Trump administration move to stop allowing states to exceed federal income eligibility thresholds.
Gov. Tom Wolf Seeks To Streamline Public Contact With State AgenciesThe Wolf Administration is hoping to make it easier for people to access state government services by consolidating ways for the public to contact agencies through what's being called the Keystone Login.
Gov. Tom Wolf Honors Officer Hall With Flag OrderPa. Governor Tom Wolf has ordered the Commonwealth flag to be flown at half-staff on Thursday, July 18 in memory of a fallen officer.
Gov. Tom Wolf Orders Bond Issue To Help Counties Buy Voting MachinesGov. Tom Wolf is ordering a bond issue to help Pennsylvania's counties pay for new voting machines, after a disagreement between the Democrat and the Republican-controlled Legislature that stalled legislation.
Pa. Declares Stronger Fiscal Health, But Clouds Still LoomGov. Tom Wolf says Pennsylvania is making its largest deposit into its budgetary reserve account in nearly two decades.
Pa. Orders Stronger Sex Assault Campus ReportingPennsylvania's colleges and universities have a year to develop online, anonymous reporting systems to receive complaints about sexual assault from students and employees.
Pa. Offers Aid To Link Home-Bound Students To ClassPennsylvania is offering aid to school districts to pay for accommodations for students who are homebound while recovering from a serious injury or illness.