Governor Tom Wolf nominated two individuals to serve out the remainder of terms on the Court of Common Pleas. If confirmed by the State Senate, both terms would last until the first Monday of January 2022.
Governor Wolf Visits Beaver County, Details How Restore Pennsylvania Can Help Offset Loss and Damage from FloodingMarch 29, 2019
Governor Tom Wolf today visited Hopewell Township to learn how Raccoon Creek continues to flood the adjacent Green Garden Plaza Shopping Center, threatening center tenants and nearby industrial parks, and to detail how Restore Pennsylvania can help offset loss and damage from frequent flooding.
Pittsburgh, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today visited a career exploration event in Pittsburgh and encouraged 7th through 12th grade students to consider exciting careers in the construction and related industries. Expanding job training so people have the education and skills to compete for good jobs that grow the economy is a priority for the […]
Gov. Wolf Announces New Funding to Support Accelerated Job Training Program in Northeastern PennsylvaniaMarch 29, 2019
Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of new funding for Lackawanna College to support the Core Manufacturing Skills Certificate Program, an innovative accelerated training program to create a job-ready manufacturing workforce throughout northeastern Pennsylvania. The grant will come from Governor Wolf’s Manufacturing PA initiative.
Governor Tom Wolf today continued his work to restore trust in Pennsylvania’s government by signing into law important updates to the Public Employee Pension Forfeiture Act that will help stop public employees convicted of job-related felonies from receiving a public pension.