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In visit to Pittsburgh bridge, Corbett touts transportation improvements

 

Published in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, by John Schmitz

September 30, 2014

Gov. Tom Corbett visited the site of the $28.5 million Birmingham Bridge rehabilitation project today to tout the benefits of the transportation funding legislation he signed last year.

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Pa. business climate good, say majority of executives in survey

 

Published in the Lancaster Online, by Tim Stuhldreher

September 30, 2014

For the first time ever, a majority of respondents in the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry’s annual economic survey have given the commonwealth’s business climate a thumbs-up.

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Gov. Corbett announces redevelopment grant for former Saks site, Oliver building

 

Published in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, by James O'Toole

September 29, 2014

Surrounded by an array of Pittsburgh civic and development interests, Gov. Tom Corbett stood in Mellon Square Monday to announce a $4 million state grant to seed the redevelopment of the Henry W. Oliver Building and its neighbor, the former Saks Fifth Avenue department store.

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Corbett announces funding for programs for at-risk students

 

Published in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, by Megan Harris

September 29, 2014

Gov. Tom Corbett announced $23.1 million in state funding for social and artistic activities in high-poverty, low-performing schools on Monday, including nine in Western Pennsylvania.

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Corbett: Downtown project will 'make a huge difference' in Pittsburgh

 

Published in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, by Melissa Daniels

September 29, 2014

A $4 million state grant toward renovating the former Saks Fifth Avenue site and the Henry W. Oliver Building in an investment in the continued transformation of Pittsburgh's Downtown, Gov. Tom Corbett said Monday.

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Lt. Gov. Cawley says Corbett has made tough calls

 

Published in the Daily Local News, Jim Callahan

September 25, 2014

Lt. Gov. Jim Cawley said the administration of Republican Gov. Tom Corbett deserves a second term to finish work started to make state government more accountable.

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PPG opens new Cranberry regional headquarters

 

Published in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, by Rachel Farkas

September 25, 2014

PPG Industries opened a new, regional headquarters for its architectural coatings business Thursday in the Cranberry Woods business park. Nearly 400 people — including employees from other PPG sites in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky and Delaware and 150 new hires — work there now. The company plans to employ 550 people in management, marketing, customer support, information technology and administrative positions by 2015.

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Bucks Republicans want peek at Tom Wolf's tax records

 

Published in the Bucks County Courier Times, by James McGinnis

September 23, 2014

With just six weeks left in the campaign, Republicans in Bucks County and beyond are hunting for some hypocrisy in the tax returns and business practices of Democrat for governor Tom Wolf.

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These Governors Return Their Salary To The State

 

Published in Time, by Kiran Dhillon

September 24, 2014

Every state appropriates its governor a salary, but not every governor accepts it. Some return a percentage to the state, while others forgo any compensation whatsoever.

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State awards $2 million to Midstate military history

 

Published in the Cumberlink Sentinel, by Joshua Vaughn

September 24, 2014

The U.S. Army Heritage Education Center is $2 million closer to completing an $8.5 million expansion thanks to a state grant awarded to the Army Heritage Center Foundation.

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