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Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs, Attorney General Discuss Opioid Settlement 

Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP) Secretary Jen Smith virtually joined Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, Butler County Commissioner and County Commissioners Association...

Governor, Vice President, Labor Leaders Discuss Worker Protection Efforts

Governor Tom Wolf joined Vice President Kamala Harris, US Labor Secretary Marty Walsh, union leaders and elected officials to highlight efforts taking place at...

PA State Police and PA Capitol Police Donate Body Armor to...

The Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) and the Pennsylvania Capitol Police are donating used body armor to Ukraine. “This equipment will be put to use by...

Pennsylvania to Welcome Ukrainian Refugees, Sever Ties with Russia

Governor Tom Wolf said that Pennsylvania stands with Ukraine and he vowed to continue to take actions to support the country as it endures...

PLCB Removes Russian-Made Products From Fine Wine & Good Spirits Stores

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board instructed all Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores and licensee service centers to remove Russian-made products from shelves as...

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Picks New Map of US House Districts

Pennsylvania’s highest court broke a partisan deadlock Wednesday over a new map of congressional districts by selecting boundaries that broadly adhere to the outlines...

20% Off Sale at Fine Wine and Spirits Store in Hershey...

The Fine Wine & Good Spirits at 731 Cherry Dr., Hershey, Dauphin County (inside Karns Foods) is closing, so all wines, spirits, and accessories...

More Money for Education, Elderly, Higher Minimum Wage Outlined in Governor’s...

Governor Tom Wolf today outlined his final budget before the General Assembly.  The Governor Wolf said he plans to spend every day continuing to...

Governor Unveils $1.7 Billion Pandemic Recovery Plan for Pennsylvania

Governor Tom Wolf announced his $1.7 billion plan to help Pennsylvania recover from the pandemic by pumping money into families, small businesses, the healthcare system,...

Governor Raises Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour for Commonwealth Workers

Governor Tom Wolf announced that the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will raise the minimum wage for commonwealth employees to $15 per hour by January 31,...

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