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5/21/2018

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week
 
The Wolf Administration visited Penn State Health in Hershey on Monday, the first of three scheduled events across Pennsylvania as part of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week to thank EMS providers for their role in keeping Pennsylvanians healthy and safe.
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5/21/2018

PA Turnpike Hosts Work Zone Safety Remembrance Event
 
- Today more than 2,000 employees across the Pennsylvania Turnpike took part in a Work Zone Safety Remembrance event to honor the 41 PA Turnpike employees who died while performing their duties.
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5/18/2018

Wolf Administration Launches 'Choose PA Dairy' Campaign to Highlight Benefits of Locally-Sourced Milk
 
Today, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding joined dairy farmers and industry advocates to kick off 'Choose PA Dairy: Goodness that Matters,' a campaign to support Pennsylvania's dairy industry by educating consumers on how to find and buy locally-produced milk, and why it matters to Pennsylvania's economy and the health of its residents.
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5/16/2018

Wolf Administration Joins USDA and Penn State University to Combat Spotted Lanternfly
 
On the heels of the first Spotted Lanternfly hatch of the season, the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA), the United Stated Department of Agriculture (USDA), and Penn State University today warned its potential $18 billion impact on the commonwealth's businesses, trade, and economy.
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5/16/2018

First Lady Frances Wolf, Department of Education Announce New Grants to Expand School Breakfast
 
First Lady Frances Wolf joined Education Department Executive Deputy Secretary Dr. David Volkman and school advocates to celebrate the first recipients of Governor Wolf's School Breakfast Initiative grants.
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5/16/2018

Auditor General DePasquale Says Immediate Action Needed to Better Protect Children at Risk of Abuse, Neglect
 
HARRISBURG - Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today released his action plan to help keep Pennsylvania's at-risk children safer.
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5/14/2018

Harrisburg's New Peregrine Falcons Banded in Educational Event Streamed Live
 
The newest Harrisburg falcons were banded today in a livestreamed educational event attended by local students and hosted by the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and Pennsylvania Game Commission at Rachel Carson State Office Building.
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5/10/2018

Wolf Administration, State Officials Tout Cycling Improvements, Opportunities and Benefits in Pennsylvania
 
With the start of Bike to Work week, the Wolf Administration announced a series of planned improvements for bicyclists during an event featuring an executive bike ride around Harrisburg by several cabinet members, other officials, and staff.
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5/10/2018

PA Turnpike Commission and PA Council on the Arts Unveil Student Artwork at Somerset Turnpike Service Plaza
 
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PTC) and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA) were joined by students, families and local and state officials today at the South Somerset Service Plaza to unveil artwork designed and created by Somerset Area High School students.
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5/10/2018

Governor Wolf Announces $118 Million Volkswagen Settlement to Fund New Air Pollution Reduction Program
 
Governor Tom Wolf today announced the roll out of new grant and rebate programs to improve air quality in Pennsylvania funded by the $118 million settlement with Volkswagen Group of America, Pennsylvania's share of the settlement for allegations of cheating on U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) emissions tests.
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5/9/2018

Governor Wolf Honors 47 State Employees for Innovations that Create a Government That Works
 
Governor Tom Wolf today honored 47 state employees with the annual Governor's Awards of Excellence and thanked them for building on his reforms to create a Government That Works.
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5/7/2018

Governor Wolf Joins Fraternal Order of Police for Memorial Service to Honor Fallen Heroes
 
Today, Governor Tom Wolf joined the Fraternal Order of Police for its annual memorial service, offering remarks in tribute to the fallen heroes who have served and given the ultimate sacrifice.
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5/3/2018

Auditor General DePasquale Launches Review of Statewide Radio Network
 
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said he will soon begin an audit of the recently-awarded deal to replace the unreliable and ineffective statewide radio system that failed Pennsylvania State Police and first responders over the past 20 years.
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5/2/2018

Fallen Troopers Remembered at Pennsylvania State Police Day Memorial Ceremony
 
Friends, families, and community members joined hundreds of current and retired troopers from across the commonwealth at the Pennsylvania State Police Academy in Hershey on Wednesday to honor the 98 members of the department who have died in the line of duty since 1905. Special attention was devoted to Trooper Michael P. Stewart III, who lost his life as the result of a two-vehicle crash while on patrol in Ligonier Township, Westmoreland County, in the early morning hours of July 14, 2017. Trooper Stewart was 26 years old.
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5/2/2018

Governor Wolf Hosts First Opioid Command Center on the Road in Southwest Pennsylvania
 
Governor Tom Wolf today hosted the first regional meeting of the Opioid Command Center at the Southwestern PA Human Services Inc. Care Center in Washington, as part of his continuing 90-day heroin and opioid disaster declaration.
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