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2/14/2011

Governor Corbett Visits Site of Allentown Explosion
 
Governor Tom Corbett visited the site of last week's deadly explosion in Allentown today, Monday, Feb. 14, at N. 13th and Allen streets. The Feb. 9 blast killed five people, destroyed eight homes and damaged dozens of other buildings.
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2/10/2011

Governor Tom Corbett today toured the Eastern Sports and Outdoors Show at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg
 
The event is billed as the nation's largest outdoors show.
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2/8/2011

Governor Corbett Nominates Linda L. Kelly as Attorney General
 
Governor Tom Corbett today nominated Linda L. Kelly to succeed him as Pennsylvania's new Attorney General.
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1/25/2011

Governor Corbett Announces His Reform Plan for a More Efficient and Responsible Pennsylvania Government
 
Governor Tom Corbett today released his top points for government reform, following through on his commitment to root out waste and fraud, while returning fiscal responsibility and accountability back to Pennsylvania.
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1/23/2011

Governor Corbett, First Lady Welcome Public to Governor's Residence
 
Harrisburg - Governor Tom Corbett and First Lady Susan Corbett today welcomed the public to an open house at the Governor's Residence in Harrisburg. Lieutenant Governor Jim Cawley and his wife, Suzanne, joined the Corbetts in greeting guests.
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1/20/2011

Treasurer McCord Hails Commonwealth Court Order Opening Gaming Board's Executive Sessions
 
Court rules Gaming Control Board was wrong to exclude Treasurer, designee from closed-door meetings
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1/18/2011

Swearing in of Lt Governor Cawley
 
Lt Governor Cawley was sworn in this morning in the Pennsylvania Senate Chamber.
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1/18/2011

Tom Corbett is sworn in as Pennsylvania's 46th Governor
 
Tom Corbett took the oath as Pennsylvania's 46th Governor in a ceremony outside the State Capitol in Harrisburg today
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1/14/2011

Governor Rendell Urges General Assembly to Review Effectiveness of Pennsylvania's Death Penalty
 
In one of his final acts as governor, Governor Edward G. Rendell today wrote to the General Assembly to urge legislators to review the effectiveness of Pennsylvania's death penalty. Earlier today, the Governor signed six execution warrants, bringing to 119 the number of warrants he has signed during his eight years in office.
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1/13/2011

Governor Rendell: Recovery Act Providing Short- and Long-Term Benefits
 
Boosting Economic Recovery
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1/13/2011

Governor Rendell Lauds PA-Based Groups for Efforts to Rebuild Haiti's Education Infrastructure
 
Governor Edward G. Rendell today praised the efforts to two Pennsylvania-based groups, PHEELHaiti and the Haitian Connection Network, to rebuild Haiti's education infrastructure
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1/11/2011

Pennsylvania Partners With Foursquare to Offer First Groundhog Day Badge
 
While waiting for Punxsutawney Phil's prognostication, Foursquare users can take steps to earn the inaugural "PA Groundhog Day" badge Feb. 2, the Pennsylvania Tourism Office announced today.
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1/11/2011

Governor Rendell Praises Pennsylvania's Standings in National Report on Education; Outlines Continuing Challenges
 
Pennsylvania ranked seventh among states for K-12 student achievement and ninth overall, Governor Edward G. Rendell said today, citing a new national report released by Education Week magazine.
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1/8/2011

Governor Rendell Opens 2011 Pennsylvania Farm Show
 
Celebrates Many Agricultural Accomplishments during the Past Eight Years
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1/6/2011

1,000-Pound Butter Sculpture Unveiled at 2011 PA Farm Show
 
Sculpture Showcases Dairy Industry's Partnership with NFL
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