A federal judge in Pennsylvania has rejected a bid to block one of Gov. Tom Wolf’s latest orders to try to stem the spread of the coronavirus, a three-week shutdown of indoor dining at restaurants through Jan. 4.
Pa. Governor Tom Wolf announced Wednesday he’s initiating a transfer of $145 million from the Workers Compensation Fund at the Pa. Insurance Department to the General Fund to aid small businesses.
Marcus Espinoza explains how struggling Pa. small businesses may get a lift soon
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday proposed spending $145 million in a worker’s compensation fund to help the state’s businesses cope with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
A growing number of Pennsylvania businesses are opting to defy Gov. Tom Wolf's shutdown order and many say the move is a matter of survival.
Governor Tom Wolf signed a proclamation of disaster emergency ahead of a nor'easter expected to bring heavy snowfall Wednesday afternoon into Thursday morning.
Seven additional Pennsylvania hospitals have received the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, and, state officials announce, staff members will be vaccinated, according to the state’s vaccination plan.
In Pennsylvania, some restaurant owners say they have no choice but to keep indoor dining, despite Governor Tom Wolf’s ban against it. A number of restaurants are defying the latest order.
New coronavirus restrictions are now in effect in Pennsylvania, including a three-week ban on indoor dining and further limitations to indoor and outdoor gatherings.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf on Friday announced a second consecutive negative coronavirus test and indicated that his positive test came towards the end of his infection.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf says he is isolating at home after testing positive for COVID-19.
Pennsylvania’s governor on Monday rejected a bill that would have made it harder to sue schools, health care providers and other businesses for coronavirus-related claims.
Millions of mail ballots have yet to be returned in key battleground states just days before the presidential election.
Pennsylvania plans to offer $20 million in relief to the state’s beleaguered hospitality industry, the governor announced Thursday, an amount trade groups called woefully inadequate for helping bars and restaurants survive the pandemic.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed a Republican-sponsored bill Friday that would have let restaurants and bars reopen at up to full capacity, saying it would have jeopardized public health and safety.
In a statement to The Associated Press, Gov. Tom Wolf’s office said an offer extended in recent days to House Republican leaders has been effectively rejected, now less than three weeks before Election Day.
Gov. Tom Wolf announced Tuesday that under the new rules, the program will allow landlords and renters to enter into repayment plans for any remaining balance.
Saturday’s total brings the statewide total to 171,050, officials said. Another 36 deaths were reported, bringing the total number of deaths in the commonwealth since the pandemic began to 8,344.
The comments by Wolf, a Democrat, are yet another sign of how seriously both sides are taking the battle over the Supreme Court seat of late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all commonwealth flags in Montgomery County to fly at half-staff to honor a firefighter killed in the line of duty October 1.