Tom Wolf Stops In Philly To Announce Chinatown Community CenterPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf stopped in Philadelphia Thursday afternoon to help unveil a new economic development project for one of Philadelphia's most popular neighborhoods.
Governor Wolf Announces Schuylkill River Trail ExtensionThe Schuylkill River Trail is getting a $3 million cash infusion to extend the trail into Southwest Philadelphia.
Changes Ahead For Panel Running Philadelphia SchoolsThe state panel running Philadelphia's schools could have a much different look in a few months.
Debate Heats Up In Philly: Should School Funding Should Be Decided In The CourtsThe state Supreme Court is deciding whether a lawsuit over Pennsylvania school funding can proceed.
PA Senate Considering Gov. Wolf’s Nominee For AGThey’ll return Tuesday to consider the governor’s nomination of Bruce Beemer.
State Senate To Reconvene To Consider Attorney General ReplacementThe state senate will come back next week to consider Governor Tom Wolf’s nomination of Bruce Beemer to replace Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
Governor Tom Wolf Calls On Kane To Resign After ConvictionPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is repeating his call for Attorney General Kathleen Kane's resignation.
LCB To Give Details On Expanded Sunday State Store OperationsA spokeswoman says there will be a “significant” number of new stores open on Sundays, starting this weekend.
Changes To Pennsylvania Liquor, Wine Sales Go Into EffectThousands of businesses that already sell takeout beer can now apply for permission to also sell takeout wine.
PA Gov. Tom Wolf Attacks Donald Trump On Business AcumenGovernor Tom Wolf addressed the Democratic National Convention on Thursday.
Work Continues On Revenue Piece Of PA Budget PuzzleGovernor Wolf and legislative leaders continued working on Tuesday to pull together a revenue plan to pay for Pennsylvania’s new state budget that took effect without the governor’s signature earlier this week.
Progress Reported In Talks For PA Revenue PackageThe state House majority leader said Monday that progress was being made as lawmakers and Governor Wolf try to come up with a plan to pay for Pennsylvania’s new budget.