Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett
Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord has said he’s concerned that adding Keno to the Lottery is an expansion of gaming, and that, he says, would require legislative approval.
It’s the second weekend in December, and a traditional event in New York brings with it political speculation.
Corbett and other governors have until Friday of next week to say how they plan to deal with so-called health exchanges — marketplaces where people will be able to shop for insurance policies.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett has extended the deadline for filing absentee ballot applications because of Hurricane Sandy.
Governor Corbett said comparatively speaking, Pennsylvania appears to have dodged a bullet with Hurricane Sandy.
Governor Tom Corbett announced on Thursday the departure of his controversial health secretary, Eli Avila.
At Bonner and Prendergast High School today, Governor Corbett joined Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput and community leaders to celebrate a new law that provides scholarships to children in low performing schools to attend private and parochial schools.
Boxing legend Muhammad Ali received the prestigious Liberty Medal last night at an outdoor ceremony at the National Constitution Center.
Due to Tropical Storm Isaac, Monday is a rain delay for delegates from our area, some of whom will not get here for a while.
Governor Corbett is coming under fire from a key state senator of his own party for his administration’s handling of the situation with Chester-Upland and other financially troubled school districts in the state.
It looks increasingly as if many of Governor Corbett’s ambitious agenda items will have to wait until next year if they are to get done.
Governor Corbett is dismissing criticism from some quarters that the investigation into the child sex abuse scandal at Penn State took too long to produce criminal charges.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett is hailing thousands of Penn State students who held a candlelight vigil Friday night to show support for victims of child abuse.
Governor Corbett says he’ll be keeping a close eye on October revenue collections, following below-expected collections for the first three months of the fiscal year.
Governor Corbett says he’s remaining on the sidelines – at least for now – as the Republican presidential candidates continue to duke it out.