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Governor Corbett Ceremonially Signs Keystone Works Bill, Helps Connect Unemployed Pennsylvanians with Employers Who Are Hiring
Dover - Governor Tom Corbett today ceremonially signed legislation that will help to connect unemployed Pennsylvanians with employers who are looking for new hires. Sponsored by Rep. Stan Saylor (R-York), House Bill 1539, Keystone Works, provides an opportunity for unemployed workers to receive training with an employer while continuing to receive unemployment compensation benefits. The Keystone Works program also gives employers the incentive to hire trainees once their training is complete.


Governor Corbett Speaks During Ribbon-Cutting
Grand Opening Ceremony of the PA Turnpike's New Route 29 Interchange


Governor Corbett Lights Menorah
Harrisburg - Governor Tom Corbett participated in the annual Chanukah celebration today in the East Wing Rotunda.


Governor and Mrs. Corbett Kick off Holiday Season at the State Capitol
Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony Held on Capitol Steps


Governor Tom Corbett Honors Three Pennsylvania Companies, Praises Innovative Manufacturing Technology
Governor Tom Corbett helped honor three Pennsylvania companies for their work to develop a 21st Century manufacturing innovation called "additive manufacturing," saying it could change the way goods are manufactured and usher in an industrial revolution for Pennsylvania.


First Lady Susan Corbett Invites Visitors to enjoy "Pennsylvania's Holiday Traditions" at the Governor's Residence
Harrisburg - "Pennsylvania's Holiday Traditions" will welcome visitors to the Governor's Residence this holiday season, First Lady Susan Corbett announced today. The annual holiday tours are free and open to the public.


Governor Corbett Ceremonially Signs Law Modernizing Library Code
Governor Tom Corbett ceremonially signed into law changes that will modernize the state's Library Code, also known as Senate Bill 1225.


"Operation Blowout;" $3.5 million meth network
Attorney General Kelly, PSP Commissioner Noonan Bucks Co. DA Heckler announce arrests


Vision for Equality thanks Governor Tom Corbett and Secretary of Public Welfare Gary D. Alexander
Vision for Equality thanks Governor Tom Corbett and Secretary of Public Welfare Gary D. Alexander for their efforts to increase funding in the 2012/13 budget to help individuals with intellectual disabilities waiting to receive community-based services. More than 1,100 individuals will receive assistance through this funding.


Governor Tom Corbett and First Lady Susan Corbett serve Thanksgiving dinner for the homeless
Governor Tom Corbett and First Lady Susan Corbett helped to serve a Thanksgiving meal to those in need at the Water Street Mission in Lancaster.


Governor Corbett Announces $26.5 Million Investment to Improve Recreation, Community Revitalization Efforts Across Pennsylvania
Governor Tom Corbett today announced an investment of $26.5 million for 198 projects across Pennsylvania that will revitalize communities, create new recreational opportunities, and conserve natural resources.


Governor Corbett Signs Legislation to Benefit Pennsylvania's Veterans
Harrisburg - Governor Tom Corbett today ceremonially signed seven pieces of legislation that will benefit Pennsylvania's military veterans and Pennsylvania National Guard. "Today is about honoring a debt; a debt earned in blood and sacrifice," Corbett said. "These bills are various in their goals. But they share the single purpose of repaying part of the debt we owe to those who have guarded our freedom and place their very lives between us and our enemies.''


Governor Corbett Announces Two Programs Aimed at Saving Lives
Yellow Dot, Emergency Contact Information Programs are Free, Voluntary


Governor Corbett Sends EMS Personnel to Assist with Hurricane Sandy Recovery Efforts
Middletown - Governor Tom Corbett today met with 50 emergency medical services personnel who were on their way to assist the residents of New Jersey with Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts. "We are fortunate to have emergency medical services resources available to help a neighboring state that has experienced such devastating outcomes from Hurricane Sandy," Corbett said. "Their goal is to assist those in need, while ensuring we are still able to operate safely in Pennsylvania."


Former Penn State President Graham Spanier charged in "conspiracy of silence;" Gary Schultz and Tim Curley face additional charges
Attorney General Linda Kelly and Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan today announced that criminal charges have been filed against former Penn State University President Graham Spanier, who is accused of conspiring with other top university officials to conceal information about suspected child abuse involving Jerry Sandusky, along with obstructing the criminal investigation into this case, perjury before a grand jury, endangering the welfare of children and other related crimes.