Commonwealth Flags Ordered To Fly At Half-Staff For Pa. State Senator David ArnoldGovernor Wolf has ordered commonwealth flags across the state to be flown at half-staff on Sunday in honor of the late Pennsylvania State Senator David Arnold.
Gov. Tom Wolf Asks Lawmakers To Release $145 Million To Help Struggling Small BusinessesGovernor Tom Wolf is asking state lawmakers to release $145 million to help struggling small businesses.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Gov. Wolf, Dept. Of Health Announce Updates To Phased Plan For COVID-19 VaccinesGovernor Tom Wolf and Dr. Rachel Levine announced a new phased plan for COVID-19 vaccine distribution in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania State Police Graduates Its 160th Cadet ClassThe Pennsylvania State Police's 160th Cadet Class graduated Friday morning.
Gov. Wolf Says U.S. Capitol Riots Were 'Traumatic' For AmericansGovernor Tom Wolf addressed the riots at the U.S. Capitol during a press conference about COVID-19 on Friday.
Gov. Wolf: Pennsylvania National Guard Activated To Nation's Capital Through Inauguration DayGovernor Tom Wolf announced on Thursday that around 1,000 members of the Pennsylvania National Guard have been activated to help the National Guard in the nation's capital.
Western Pa. Area Leaders React To Violence Unfolding After Protesters Breach U.S. Capitol Building In Washington, D.C.As protesters breached the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C., members of the House of Representatives and Senate were told to shelter in place and the building was placed on lockdown.
'President Trump's Supporters Attempted A Coup': Gov. Tom Wolf Condemns Occupation Of U.S. CapitolGovernor Tom Wolf is strongly condemning the occupation of the U.S. Capitol Building by supporters of President Donald Trump.
Local Lawmakers Proposing Legislation To Extend Pa. Eviction MoratoriumSara Innamorato and Summer Lee have introduced a bill in the state House and Senate that would extend an eviction moratorium 60 days after the end of Governor Tom Wolf’s emergency disaster declaration.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Gyms, Restaurants Ready To Reopen As Coronavirus Restrictions Are LiftedPennsylvania's temporary COVID-19 restrictions expired Monday morning, allowing some businesses to reopen and restaurants to resume indoor dining.
Temporary Coronavirus Restrictions In Pa. Set To Expire On MondayLess than 48 hours remain until the latest Coronavirus restrictions are lifted across Pennsylvania.
Gov. Wolf Announces That Indoor Dining Ban, Temporary COVID-19 Mitigation Efforts Expire On January 4Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced that the temporary COVID-19 restrictions in Pennsylvania will expire at 8 a.m. on January 4.
President Trump Signs $2.3 Trillion Funding & Relief Package, Extends Unemployment Assistance, Eviction MoratoriumJust hours ago, President Trump signed a massive $2.3 trillion COVID-19 funding package, averting a government shutdown, and providing relief to millions of Americans.
Restaurants Lose Court Bid Against Wolf Administration's Indoor Dining BanA federal judge in Pennsylvania has rejected a bid to block one of Gov. Tom Wolf’s latest orders to try to stem the spread of the coronavirus, a three-week shutdown of indoor dining at restaurants through Jan. 4.
Angelo’s Restaurant Reopens For Indoor Dining, Defying State’s Coronavirus RestrictionsAngelo's Restaurant in Washington County reopened to indoor dining on Friday in defiance of the state's orders.