January 4 2018
12:00 pm

Governor Wolf Meets with Medical Device Companies, Noting the Importance of the Economic Impact of Advance Medical Technology

1 Echo Dirve, Reedsville, PA

Governor Wolf will discuss the importance of medical technology innovation in Pennsylvania and the positive impacts it has on Pennsylvania’s economy.

January 3 2018
3:00 pm

Governor Wolf Announces $4 Million in Funding for Health and Science Education

540 North Harrison Road, Bellefonte, PA

Governor Wolf will be joined by Senator Jake Corman, Centre County officials, and community leaders to announce $4 million in RACP funding for Health and Science Education.

January 3 2018
12:00 pm

Governor Wolf Helps Celebrate Mayor Peduto’s Inauguration

4141 5th Ave, Pittsburgh, PA

Governor Wolf will join Pittsburgh city council members, state legislators, Allegheny County executives and officials, and the residents of Pittsburgh to congratulate Mayor Bill Peduto as he enters his second term.

December 22 2017
2:45 pm

Governor Wolf Announces $13 Million in Funding for York Projects

147 W. Philadelphia St., York, PA

Today, Governor Wolf will be joined by York County officials and community leaders to announce Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) funding for three projects in York City.

The York County History Center will receive $7 million, the York Academy will receive $5 million, and York County Libraries will receive $1 million. By providing this funding, York’s local history venue will be improved, and the school and library will be expanded. My administration will continue to support initiatives that revitalize our commonwealth and its communiies.

December 21 2017
5:30 pm

Governor Wolf Visits with Grandparents Raising Grandchildren whose Parents Have Been Affected by Opioid Crisis

3 Walnut St. Suite 200, Lemoyne, PA

Tomorrow, Governor Wolf will join with Acting Secretary of the Department of Human Services Teresa Miller, Physician General and Acting Secretary of the Department of Health Rachel Levine, Acting Secretary of the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs Jennifer Smith, and Secretary of Aging Teresa Osborne to visit with grandparents to hear of their experiences raising grandchildren whose parents have been affected by the opioid crisis.

Combatting the opioid crisis is a top priority for Governor Wolf and his administration. This event allows the administration to hear how families have been affected by the opioid crisis and learn how our commonwealth can help them in this extremely difficult time.