Governor Wolf provided an update on the weekend’s flooding and Pennsylvania’s response to its effects in areas across the state, especially in the southwest, central, and southeast regions.
In remembrance of the victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks and in honor of Patriot Day, Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all United States flags and Commonwealth flags on the Capitol Complex, at Commonwealth facilities, and throughout the state lowered to half-staff at sunrise on Tuesday, September 11, 2018.
Governor Tom Wolf announced the winners of the Governor’s Victim Service Pathfinder Awards, which recognized Mission Kids of Montgomery County, Stephanie Blakeman of the Nationalities Service Center, and Tracey Provident of the Center for Victims for their work with crime victims.
Governor Wolf joined approximately 160 soldiers with the Pennsylvania National Guard’s 28th Military Police Company who were honored in a ceremony at Richland High School in Johnstown as they prepare to depart for a deployment to the Middle East in support of Operation Spartan Shield.
Governor Tom Wolf announced the allocation of more than $1.5 million in funding to eight Pennsylvania municipalities for the 2018 Gun Violence Reduction Initiative.