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Governor Wolf Unveils Historic Funding Proposal for PA Agriculture

Governor Tom Wolf today joined Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding to unveil the PA Farm Bill, an historic proposal to provide support for and...

Thousands of Pennsylvanians Weigh In on Recreational Marijuana

When Governor Tom Wolf announced that Lt. Governor John Fetterman would be embarking on a statewide recreational marijuana listening tour, he told reporters, “We both want...

Governor Wolf on Parkland Anniversary: “We must do more”

In a video message, Governor Tom Wolf marked the anniversary of the Parkland shooting that sparked unprecedented civic engagement by students, parents, and safety...

Gun Bill Designed to Reduce Suicides and Shootings in PA

On the one-year anniversary of the Parkland mass shooting tragedy, state Sen. Wayne D. Fontana (D-Allegheny) reintroduced legislation that would empower families and police...

Auditor General DePasquale: 1 in 5 School Districts Still Need Effective...

Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said 244,000 students across Pennsylvania attend school districts that lack updated policies on reporting child abuse, based on a...

PA Awards More than $885,000 to Enhance School Cafeterias

The Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) announced today that more than $885,000 in competitive grants has been awarded to 79 elementary, middle and high...

Results of Major Drug Operation in Kensington

During a press conference today at the Philadelphia Office of Attorney General Bureau of Narcotics Investigations headquarters, Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced a successful...

State Senate Hearing in Philly Focuses on Gun Violence

At the request of state Senator Arthur Haywood (D-Philadelphia), the state Senate Democratic Policy Committee today held a hearing on ways to prevent gun...

PA State Trooper Healthcare in Jeopardy – Letter to the Editor

Pennsylvania state troopers accept the dangers of their job. So do our loved ones. It’s the price we pay for seeking to serve our...

Carlisle Woman Accused of Stealing $32,000 in Merchandise from Camp Hill...

46-year-old Crystal Lucas of Carlisle waived her preliminary hearing on theft and receiving stolen property charges. The case was sent to court and Lucas...

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