Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf released the following statement regarding the shooting and ongoing standoff that injured multiple police officers in North Philadelphia: “Frances and I are deeply troubled by another mass shooting in our commonwealth. Our thoughts are with the injured officers and their families, the Philadelphia Police Department, the medical staff treating…
Governor Tom Wolf and state emergency management officials are reminding Pennsylvanians to prepare and continue to monitor weather conditions as a series of strong storms continue across much of the commonwealth through tomorrow.
Even though the federal government is back to business as usual, millions of Pennsylvanians continue to feel the ramifications of the 35-day shutdown, and likely will for weeks to come. Food banks and pantries across the country also are feeling the effects of the shutdown and Governor Tom Wolf is encouraging Pennsylvanians who can to donate to their local charitable food organization.
With the federal government shutdown entering a second month, Governor Tom Wolf today provided an update on how his administration is working to minimize the impact on Pennsylvanians.
The tail end of Winter Storm Harper is bringing a blast of freezing air with wind chills expected to be well below zero.