Governor Tom Wolf announced that Deist Industries, Inc., a family-owned manufacturer and fabricator of hauling products, will expand by purchasing and renovating a vacant manufacturing facility in Seagertown Borough, Crawford County. The project is expected to create 38 new, full-time jobs in the area.
With a fast-moving, complex winter storm expected to bring snow, sleet and freezing rain across the state tomorrow, Governor Tom Wolf urged Pennsylvanians to limit travel and pay attention to what may be rapidly changing weather conditions.
Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf will join bipartisan governors on Saturday, February 23, in Washington, D.C., to provide remarks and help lead a discussion about criminal justice reform and the work needed to make our justice system more fair, more responsive, and more focused on rehabilitation. Pennsylvania is leading the nation with steady…
Governor Tom Wolf is taking significant action to strengthen Pennsylvania’s workforce. Today, the governor signed an executive order to create the Keystone Economic Development and Workforce Command Center. The command center will expand the collaboration between government and the private sector to address the skills gap and worker shortages.
The Wolf Administration today announced that in its first year the state’s medical marijuana program has helped 83,000 Pennsylvanians access this vital medication, which was dispensed nearly 600,000 times at approved dispensaries across the state.