Governor Wolf outlined the major components of the budget that will build upon the critical investments made in education and workforce development and take a major step towards restoring the state’s fiscal health, including the first real transfer to the state’s Rainy Day fund in years.
Governor Wolf sent a letter to the President requesting federal disaster aid for Allegheny and Westmoreland counties to help offset the financial burden of the result of severe weather that caused multiple landslides and infrastructure damage during February, March and April.
Governor Wolf signed two bills aimed at eradicating blight throughout Pennsylvania’s communities.
Pennsylvania’s School Safety Task Force Meets in Allegheny County, Completes Statewide Listening TourJune 12, 2018
Concluding a series of meetings to hear from students, parents, school officials, law enforcement, healthcare experts, and residents, the Pennsylvania School Safety Task Force met today at Woodland Hills High School in Allegheny County.
Governor Wolf Orders the Commonwealth Flag at Half-Staff in Warren County to Honor K9 Officer ChoperJune 06, 2018
Governor Wolf has ordered the Commonwealth flag in Warren County to fly at half-staff to honor K9 Officer Choper.