PAcast
Twitter
Facebook
RSS
App Store
pa.gov

6/28/2011

Governor Corbett Signs 'Fair Share Act,' Important Tort Reforms Now Law
 
Governor Tom Corbett today signed into law Senate Bill 1131, better known as the "Fair Share Act,'' which reforms how damages are recovered in civil lawsuits, ensuring an equitable framework for litigation in the future and improving Pennsylvania's business climate.
Share

6/27/2011

Governor Corbett's Secretary of Administration Announces Details of Tentative Agreement with AFSCME Council 13
 
At a news conference in Harrisburg today, Secretary of Administration Kelly Powell Logan discussed the details of a tentative four-year labor agreement reached last week with Council 13 of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).
Share

6/23/2011

Governor Corbett Signs Bill Banning 'Bath Salts,' Other New Drugs
 
Governor Tom Corbett today signed into law Senate Bill 1006, legislation that bans the possession, use and sale of synthetic designer drugs including the dangerous substance known as "bath salts.''
Share

6/20/2011

Agriculture Department Urges Public to Help Save Pollinating Insects Critical to Farmers and Food Industry
 
Governor Corbett Proclaims June 20-26 as 'Pollinator Week'
Share

6/15/2011

Department of Aging Seeks Public's Help in Curbing Elder Abuse
 
Secretary of Aging Brian Duke today urged all Pennsylvanians to help protect older adults from abuse, saying reports of such cases continue to rise.
Share

6/3/2011

Corbett Administration Launches Farmers Market Voucher Program for Older Adults, WIC Participants
 
Eligible older adults and families with children can receive vouchers to help them buy fresh, local produce at farm markets and farm stands statewide, the Corbett administration said today.
Share

6/1/2011

Education Secretary Tomalis Honors 2011 Migrant Education Graduates
 
Secretary of Education Ron Tomalis today recognized 115 students during the 2011 Migrant Education Graduation Ceremony at the State Museum in Harrisburg.
Share

5/27/2011

Pa. Turnpike, AAA Urges Memorial Day Drivers to Steer Clear of Texting while Driving
 
'Safety Break' event at Allentown Service Plaza promotes text-free driving
Share

5/26/2011

Fish-for-Free Events Scheduled at Six Waters on Memorial Day
 
Vacationers visiting six popular waters on Memorial Day can learn to fish and enjoy other outdoor activities during the Fish-for-Free Day sponsored by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC). At the same time, anglers may land a prize-winning fish.
Share

5/24/2011

Governor Corbett Tours Montgomery County Business, Discusses Jobs
 
Lafayette Hill - Governor Tom Corbett today toured the National Label Company, highlighting his commitment to growing the state's economy by helping create a climate where businesses can succeed and create jobs.
Share

5/19/2011

National Safe Boating Week Kicks Off May 21
 
Boating safety experts want to get something off their chest and onto yours - a life jacket. The importance of flotation devices and other watercraft safety tips are the focus of the 2011 National Safe Boating Week, May 21-27.
Share

5/18/2011

Governor Corbett Leaves Hospital
 
Governor Tom Corbett was discharged today from Pittsburgh's Allegheny General Hospital, where he underwent back surgery Monday morning
Share

5/17/2011

Ready, Set, Inflate! Capitol Event Kicks Off National Safe Boating Week
 
U.S. Coast Guard, boating organizations, and the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) to kick-off National Safe Boating Week on Wednesday, May 18, at 11:15 a.m. in the Main Rotunda of the State Capitol Complex
Share

5/16/2011

Governor Corbett Recuperating After Successful Surgery
 
Governor Tom Corbett underwent successful back surgery this morning at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh
Share

5/3/2011

Governor Corbett Honors Holocaust Victims at Remembrance Event
 
Governor Tom Corbett today paid tribute to victims of the Holocaust at a remembrance ceremony held in his Reception Room at the state Capitol.
Share