The order keeps all schools closed in Pennsylvania until at least April 30 under the order that the governor called the most prudent thing to do.
Gov. Tom Wolf ordered Thursday that all non-life-sustaining businesses in Pennsylvania to close their physical locations to slow the spread of COVID-19. Enforcement actions against businesses that do not close physical locations will begin Saturday. In... Read More.
Gov. Tom Wolf has strongly urged non-essential businesses across the Keystone State to close for at least 14 days to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Wolf’s request protects employees, customers and suppliers and limits the spread of the virus through personal contact and... Read More.
Gov. Tom Wolf has closed all K-12 Pennsylvania schools for 10 business days effective Monday, March 16. The administration has been working with school districts, as well as state and local officials, to gather input on this decision. Wolf's administration will continue to monitor... Read More.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf joined legislators and workers this week to renew his call to raise Pennsylvania’s minimum wage to $12 an hour with a pathway to $15. Later this week, the governor’s plan to extend overtime pay eligibility to 82,000 more workers will be... Read More.
A gunman is dead following a 14-hour standoff in Tioga County, Pennsylvania. A state trooper was also shot and wounded and second trooper suffered a leg injury. The scene unfolded Tuesday when troopers were called to check on the welfare of a man on... Read More.
Pennsylvania will join New York on July 1 to ban tobacco sales, cigarettes or e-cigarettes to anyone under 21 years of age. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom... Read More.
As part of Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s commitment to making voting more convenient, Pennsylvania is launching a new option for voters to apply online for an absentee ballot starting with the November election. In August 2015, Wolf launched online voter registration. Since then, more... Read More.
With warmer summer weather in the forecast, the Pennsylvania State Police reminds animal owners to think about the health and safety of their pets. In October 2018, Gov. Tom Wolf signed Act 104 of 2018, otherwise known as the “Hot Car Bill.” The law... Read More.