Governor Tom Wolf announced proposed new regulations to increase charter school transparency and accountability.
Gov. Wolf reminded individuals who suffered property damage or loss as a direct result of the remnants of Ida to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and apply for disaster assistance.
The Governor’s Advisory Commission on Latino Affairs, East Stroudsburg University, and St. Luke’s Monroe Campus will host a walk-in COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Sunday, September 19, 2021.
Gov. Wolf Visits Kensington, Discusses Needed Legislation to Support Efforts to Curb Increased OverdosesSeptember 16, 2021
Gov. Wolf, state leaders, and community partners visited Kensington and Esperanza Health Center to discuss the devastating affects of the opioid epidemic and what can be done to help curb the increase in overdoses throughout the commonwealth.
Gov. Wolf Announces Ohio-Based Food Manufacturer Selects Pennsylvania for Business Expansion, Creating Dozens of New JobsSeptember 16, 2021
Gov. Wolf announced that Shearer’s Foods has chosen to expand its company in Erie, creating new jobs and improving the local economy.