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February 25 2022
10:00 am

Gov. Wolf to Celebrate $4 Million Investment in York County African American History Center

Crispus Attucks York Community Center, 605 S. Duke St., York, PA 17401

Governor Wolf will highlight the state’s $4 million investment in the Crispus Attucks African American History Center. The investment confirms his commitment to honoring Black history in the commonwealth and supports economic development for the York area.

February 24 2022
2:00 pm

Gov. Wolf Visits Community Center to Discuss His Plan to Invest $1.7B in Federal Funding, Continues Push for General Assembly to Help Pennsylvanians

North Light Community Center, 175 Green Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19127

Governor Wolf will discuss his plan for American Rescue Plan funds and call on the General Assembly to act in supporting Pennsylvanians in recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.

February 24 2022
11:00 am

Gov. Wolf to Highlight Continued Economic Growth through UPS Northeast Regional Hub Expansion

UPS Northeast Regional Hub, 2100 N. Union St., Middletown, PA 17057

Governor Wolf will continue his commitment to Pennsylvania’s economic growth with the expansion of the UPS Northeast Regional Hub, creating nearly 1,750 new, full time jobs and retaining 6,458 jobs.


February 18 2022
2:00 pm

Governor Wolf to Announce Improvements to Freight and Passenger Rail Service in Western PA

David L. Lawrence Convention Center, 3rd Floor, Noresco Terrace, 1000 Fort Duquesne Blvd.,, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Governor Tom Wolf will be joined by PennDOT and Norfolk Southern to announce enhanced freight and passenger transport improvements from Harrisburg to Pittsburgh made possible by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

February 16 2022
11:00 am

Governor Wolf to Outline Plan for Affordable College and Workforce Stability

Dixon University Center, System Administration Building, Board Room, 2986 N. Second St.,, Harrisburg, PA 17110

Gov. Tom Wolf will call for action on his $200 million plan to reduce debt for college students and simultaneously create a more stable workforce for Pennsylvania through the Nellie Bly Scholarship Program.