Gov. Tom Wolf

Wolf announces four bills aimed at expanding Pa.’s ‘It’s On Us’ initiative

BY: - October 18, 2021

In 2016, Pennsylvania established its own branch of the national “It’s On Us,” an organization aimed at preventing sexaul assault on college campuses and at schools, under the Wolf administration. However, Wolf noted Monday that it’s time to do more. 

Wolf’s congressional redistricting listening tour to begin next week | Five for the Weekend

BY: - October 16, 2021

Members of the governor's Redistricting Advisory Council will embark on a statewide listening tour next week.

New PSP Deputy Commissioner makes history again as first Black woman to serve in role

BY: - October 12, 2021

Lt. Col. Kristal Turner-Childs, who has served as a member of the Pennsylvania State Police since 1998, will serve as the deputy commissioner of staff for the state police and assist the commissioner in developing policies and procedures for the state’s law enforcement officers, Gov. Tom Wolf announced in a statement Tuesday. 

Pa. General Assembly’s disaster response faces first test with Hurricane Ida

BY: - September 17, 2021

Wolf asked that the Ida declaration be extended until Nov. 29. Such an extension must be approved by a majority vote of the Pennsylvania House and Senate.

In Reading, Wolf urges eligible Pennsylvanians to get vaccine to protect school-age children

BY: - September 14, 2021

“We need to do everything in our power” to keep kids in the classroom, Gov. Tom Wolf said Tuesday, as he urged Pa. residents to help end the pandemic.

With Afghans set to arrive, Wolf says Pa. is ready to be a ‘welcoming home’ for refugees

BY: - August 27, 2021

A statement from the Governor’s Office confirmed that the Wolf administration has been coordinating with federal agencies to coordinate resettlement efforts. 

Report: In a shift, Wolf says he’d support ‘reasonable’ voter ID requirements

BY: - July 20, 2021

The revelation was part of an interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer published Tuesday, in which Wolf said he had previously drawn a line in the sand on bills containing voter ID language. 

After more than a year, Pa’s mask mandate ends Monday

BY: - June 25, 2021

As of Friday afternoon, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) vaccine tracker confirmed that 75 percent of adult Pennsylvanians had received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 59.5 percent of adult Pennsylvanians are fully vaccinated, according to CDC data. 

It’s Juneteenth in Pa. Here’s how and where to mark this historic day near you | Five for the Weekend

BY: - June 19, 2021

It's Juneteenth in Pennsylvania this Saturday. No matter where you live in Pennsylvania, here are some of the ways you can mark this historic day.

1-4-3 Day is May 21: What to know about this chance for Pennsylvanians to ‘be a good neighbor’

BY: - May 20, 2021

Beginning on Friday, May 21 and lasting through Sunday, May 23, Gov. Tom Wolf has called on Pennsylvanians to celebrate the third annual “1-4-3 Day” in honor of children’s TV star and Pittsburgh native Fred Rogers. 

Amended health order aims to get vaccines to homebound Pennsylvanians

BY: - April 26, 2021

During an appearance in Reading on Monday morning, Wolf, joined by administration officials and local lawmakers, said the administration had amended its vaccine administration order to allow vaccine providers to partner with local entities to administer vaccines statewide.

Wolf taps top aide Meg Snead to lead Human Services Department following Sec.Teresa Miller’s resignation

BY: - March 23, 2021

In a statement, Wolf said he’d nominated administration Policy & Planning Secretary Meg Snead to fill the looming vacancy at one the state’s largest agencies.