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photo - FILE - In this Jan. 20, 2015, file photo, former FILE - In this Jan. 20, 2015, file photo, former Pennsylvania Gov. and former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge stands before Tom Wolf takes the oath of office to become the 47th governor of Pennsylvania Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, at the state ...
(TNS) -- Politicians aren't taking cybersecurity seriously enough, former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said Wednesday in Colorado Springs. "I don't see a sense of urgency in the political world about how serious this challenge is," Ridge said in a luncheon speech during the ...

Tom Ridge, a former Pennsylvania governor, became the first assistant to the president for homeland security and, later, the first secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security after that department was established in 2003 following the events of 9/11. Ridge is founder and chairman of Ridge Global ...
Tom Ridge, the former homeland security secretary and Pennsylvania governor, has been dealing firsthand with first responders for decades, but never quite like on the morning of Nov. 16. Ridge was at a hotel in Austin, where he was attending a meeting of the Republican Governors Association. When he ...
(Undated) -- Former Governor Tom Ridge says he flatlined three times during a November heart attack, and he's crediting health care workers for keeping him alive. The 72-year-old former U.S. homeland security secretary told The Washington Post in a story published yesterday he woke up feeling ill at a ...
The entirety of Lehigh and Northampton counties will be in a newly redrawn congressional district that includes a slice of southern Monroe County, according to a new map released Monday by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. (PA Supreme Court). Laura OlsonContact ReporterCall Washington Bureau.
When President George H.W. Bush signed the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) into law nearly 28 years ago, he eloquently declared, "Let the shameful wall of exclusion come tumbling down." That was a watershed moment for our country. After decades of willful exclusion and benign neglect ...
For more information about film times and special ticket pricing, call the Tom Ridge Center at (814) 838-4123 or visit them on the web at biggreenscreen.com. For those who need a shopping fix, a wonderful gift store is located on site with a vast amount of unique and interesting items. A snack shop is also ...
Joe Lieberman and DHS Secretary Tom Ridge and supported by the Hudson Institute and the Inter-University Center for terrorism Studies of the Potomac Institute For Policy Studies, the study panel assesses the nation's state of US biodefense, identifying and recommending changes to US policy and law to ...
Tom Ridge, they took Pennsylvania from ranking in the lower half of the country to the top five in the nation promoting Commonwealth tourism, which is the second-leading industry in Pennsylvania," the Jan. 18 release said. "The industry has an economic impact of nearly $33 billion annually, provides more ...
2010: Actor and singer Pernell Roberts, the last surviving star of the TV western "Bonanza," dies of pancreatic cancer at the age of 81 in Malibu, California. Besides playing Ben Cartwright's eldest son, Adam Cartwright, on "Bonanza," Roberts also is best known for playing chief surgeon Dr. John McIntyre, ...
Tom Ridge is sworn in as the first secretary of the new Department of Homeland Security. 2013: Defense Secretary Leon Panetta announces the lifting of a ban on women serving in combat. 2017: President Donald Trump moves swiftly to advance the controversial Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil ...
In 1989, confessed serial killer Theodore Bundy was executed in Florida's electric chair. In 1993, retired Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall died in Bethesda, Md., at age 84. In 2003, former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge was sworn as the first secretary of the new Department of Homeland Security.
Tom Ridge was sworn as the first secretary of the new Department of Homeland Security. Ten years ago: Congressional leaders announced a deal with the White House on an economic stimulus package that would give most tax filers refunds of $600 to $1,200. French bank Societe Generale announced it ...
Before Kelly, the last three representatives in Congress, Republicans Tom Ridge and Phil English, and Democrat Kathy Dahlkemper, all were from Erie County. Dahlkemper, who is serving her second term as Erie County executive, said in a statement that county residents deserve a representative who can ...

Tom Ridge, they took Pennsylvania from ranking in the lower half of the country to the top five in the nation promoting Commonwealth tourism, which is the second-leading industry in Pennsylvania," the Jan. 18 release said. "The industry has an economic impact of nearly $33 billion annually, provides more ...
No health inspections were conducted there for many years during abortion-rights advocate Gov. Tom Ridge's term. That can be likened to being agnostic to God's existence. What law enforcement found there was horrifying. Aborted fetuses filled freezers and infant body parts were in jars. If the spectacle ...
There are two education tax credit programs, both begun under former Gov. Tom Ridge. One is called the Education Improvement Tax Credit, commonly called the EITC, and it allows primarily businesses to make a contribution to a qualified educational institution that is not a public school, and deduct a 75 ...
Jan. 18, 1993: The community reacts to the Jan. 17 death of longtime Cathedral Preparatory school Headmaster Robert McDonald, at age 87 at his home in Titusville. Described as "determined and demanding," McDonald ruled Prep from 1944 through 1972, overseeing a 12-fold growth in enrollment; ...
Tom Ridge First Homeland Security Secretary and former Governor of Pennsylvania writes in his article for Town Hall, "Indeed, the majority of Iranians have been opposed to the absolute clerical rule since it was first imposed on them in the aftermath of the 1979 Revolution. But the regime-change ...
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge was recovering Friday morning after suffering a heart attack the day before, his wife said in a statement. "It's going to be day-by-day," Michele Ridge said. She said her husband "remains in critical condition but he's resting comfortably" and responding to his doctors.
The first secretary for Homeland security, Tom Ridge, commanded a staff of 170,000. The department's head count has now grown to 240,000, it has an annual budget of more than $40 billion and its remit stretches far beyond counterterrorism to include cybersecurity, disaster relief, immigration enforcement ...
Tom Ridge "has been singularly responsible for what a big deal the civility prize has become," said Tim Reeves, who worked as the press secretary for Ridge when he served as governor. In 2016, Vice President Joe Biden and U.S. Sen. John McCain received the prize. "We got John McCain and Joe Biden ...
This Christmas, Tom Ridge must be cherishing every moment he is spending with his family. The former Pennsylvania Governor and Homeland Security Secretary continues to recover from a heart attack he suffered in November. Just before Thanksgiving, Ridge issued a statement, saying, "The list of things ...
Former Gov. Tom Ridge stands before Tom Wolf takes the oath of office to become the 47th Governor of Pennsylvania Tuesday, Jan. ... Former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge has returned to his home in suburban Washington D.C., nearly a month after suffering a heart attack. A spokesman ...
Former Gov. Tom Ridge has returned home to suburban Washington, D.C., after he was discharged Wednesday morning from a rehabilitation facility in Austin, Texas, following a heart attack. Ridge, an Erie native and the nation's first director of Homeland Security, had been undergoing rehabilitation since ...
Austin, Texas (AP) - A spokesman says former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge expects to leave a Texas medical facility in time to be home in Maryland for Christmas. Ridge suffered a heart attack on Nov. 16 while attending a Republican Governors Association conference in Austin, Texas.
Austin, TX -- Tom Ridge, former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary, is out of the hospital after suffering a heart attack two weeks ago in Austin. He is continuing his recovery in a rehabilitation facility. A Tuesday statement issued through a family spokesman quoted Ridge, 72, saying he's making great ...
Tom Ridge, former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary and Pennsylvania Governor, is out of the hospital more than two weeks after suffering a heart attack and is continuing his recovery in a Texas rehabilitation facility. A statement issued Tuesday through a family spokesman quoted Ridge saying he's ...
Tom Ridge late Wednesday said he is grateful for the public support he and his family have received since he suffered a heart attack a week ago. "The list of things for which I am thankful was already spilling off the page," Mr. Ridge said in a prepared statement. "Now I'm going to need a bigger notepad.
Austin, Texas -- Former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge says "it's great to be alive" this Thanksgiving. Ridge issued a statement Wednesday from the hospital in Austin, Texas, where he's recovering from a heart attack. He says he's thankful for the "outpouring of love and concern" after his ...
Tom Ridge's health is improving following a heart attack last week in Texas, his wife said Monday. Ridge, who also served as the nation's first Homeland security director, remains in intensive care but no longer needs "some of the assistive machines to keep him stable" at Dell Seton Medical Center at The ...
Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge is in critical condition after he underwent a cardiac catheterization procedure Thursday morning, according a statement released by a representative. Ridge, 72, a former Governor of Pennsylvania, was attending the Republican Governors Association ...
Tom Ridge was sworn as the first secretary of the new Department of Homeland Security. Ten years ago: Congressional leaders announced a deal with the White House on an economic stimulus package that would give most tax filers refunds of $600 to $1,200. French bank Societe Generale announced it ...
Tom Ridge First Homeland Security Secretary and former Governor of Pennsylvania writes in his article for Town Hall, "Indeed, the majority of Iranians have been opposed to the absolute clerical rule since it was first imposed on them in the aftermath of the 1979 Revolution. But the regime-change ...
Barbara Chaffee, who stepped down Oct. 31 as the CEO of the Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership, did not sit on the sidelines for long. Barbara Chaffee, 66, a former aide to Gov. Tom Ridge Ridge and then-President George W. Bush, has been named the CEO of the Tom Ridge Environmental ...
We are two Pennsylvanians, members of two different political parties, but with a number of principles we whole-heartedly agree upon. Among them: government should empower its citizens; political leaders should be servants to those who elect them; those who govern must be responsible stewards of ...
Former Gov. Tom Ridge stands before Tom Wolf takes the oath of office to become the 47th Governor of Pennsylvania Tuesday, Jan. ... Former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge has returned to his home in suburban Washington D.C., nearly a month after suffering a heart attack. A spokesman ...
Former Gov. Tom Ridge has returned home to suburban Washington, D.C., after he was discharged Wednesday morning from a rehabilitation facility in Austin, Texas, following a heart attack. Ridge, an Erie native and the nation's first director of Homeland security, had been undergoing rehabilitation since ...
Austin, Texas (AP) - A spokesman says former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge expects to leave a Texas medical facility in time to be home in Maryland for Christmas. Ridge suffered a heart attack on Nov. 16 while attending a Republican Governors Association conference in Austin, Texas.
Austin, TX -- Tom Ridge, former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary, is out of the hospital after suffering a heart attack two weeks ago in Austin. He is continuing his recovery in a rehabilitation facility. A Tuesday statement issued through a family spokesman quoted Ridge, 72, saying he's making great ...
Tom Ridge, former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary and Pennsylvania Governor, is out of the hospital more than two weeks after suffering a heart attack and is continuing his recovery in a Texas rehabilitation facility. A statement issued Tuesday through a family spokesman quoted Ridge saying he's ...
Former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge on Tuesday was discharged from a Texas hospital nearly three weeks after suffering a heart attack. Mr. Ridge, 72, had been receiving treatment at Seton Medical Center in Austin, Texas, since Nov. 16. Steve Aaron, a spokesman for Mr. Ridge, said the former ...
Austin, Texas -- Former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge says "it's great to be alive" this Thanksgiving. Ridge issued a statement Wednesday from the hospital in Austin, Texas, where he's recovering from a heart attack. He says he's thankful for the "outpouring of love and concern" after his ...
Austin, Texas (WHTM) - Former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary and Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge has improved to fair condition at a Texas hospital where he's recovering from a heart attack last week. Ridge released a statement through his spokesman on Wednesday. "The list of things for ...
Austin, Texas -- Former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge says "it's great to be alive" this Thanksgiving. Ridge issued a ...
Austin--The family of former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge says they're cautiously optimistic that he'll make a full recovery ...
Austin, Texas (AP) - The family of former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge says they're cautiously optimistic that he'll make a full ...


 

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