Several Pennsylvania Democrats On Barack Obama's First List Of 2020 EndorsementsFormer President Barack Obama on Monday issued his first wave of 2020 down-ballot endorsements and backed more than 100 Democratic candidates with the goal of helping Democrats keep control of the House of Representatives, win a majority of the Senate and win at the state level ahead of redistricting.
Gov. Wolf: Property Tax, Rent Rebates Will Be Issued EarlyMany older homeowners, renters and people with disabilities will receive early rebates through Pennsylvania’s "Property Tax, Rent Rebate Program."
Pennsylvania Treasury Has Nearly $750,000 Worth Of Unclaimed Property From People With The Names Valentine, Cupid Or LoveThe Pennsylvania Treasurer is looking for Valentine's.
2020 Statewide Races May Have Profound Impact On Pennsylvania ResidentsIt's not too early to start thinking about statewide races in 2020 that could have a big impact locally.
'Follow' The Money: State Treasury Twitter Account Entertains, InformsThe State Treasury Twitter account has gained over 1,500 followers in a month and its unique style may be the reason.
Gov. Wolf Orders Flags To Fly Half-Staff To Honor Former President George H.W. BushPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf ordered flags to fly at half-staff to honor former President George H.W. Bush on Saturday.
Pa. Treasury Looking To Reunite Dozens With Purple Heart Medals, PinsToday is Purple Heart Day and the Pennsylvania Treasury is looking to return dozens of Purple Heart medals and pins to their rightful owners.
State Treasurer Torsella Explores Ways To Provide Retirement Savings To More PeopleState treasurer Joe Torsella says Pennsylvania needs to do more to promote retirement savings, and he was in Pittsburgh on Friday to hear some suggestions.
Cash-Poor Pennsylvania Gets $1.8B Loan To Pay Bills On TimeThe cash-strapped Pennsylvania state government is getting another loan to pay its bills on time.
Pa. Treasurer Says Borrowing To Pay Bills Must EndWhen the state runs out of money in mid-September, Pennsylvania State Treasurer Joe Torsella will no longer borrow money to pay for anything owed by the state.
Pennsylvania May Need Outside Lending Help To Prop Up BudgetA letter, delivered to lawmakers Wednesday, says the state may need to borrow as much as $3 billion between July and next April.
Thousands Of Pennsylvanians Have Unclaimed Money Owed To ThemIn an insert in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the state Treasurer has listed all residents in Allegheny County for whom the state holds at least $250 in unclaimed property.
Officials: Repeal Of Medicaid Expansion 'Disastrous' For PAState officials are preparing for consequences in Pennsylvania should President Donald Trump repeal the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid Expansion Program.