In fact, of Pennsylvania's 500 school districts, York City's district reported the highest number of incidents in a single year — 26 sexual assaults in the 2010-11 school year — during that 10-year period and led the state in number of incidents two other years — 2009--12.
The reported assaults, dating from the 2004-05 to 2014-15 school years, tracked sexual assault, aggravated indecent sexual assault, involuntary sexual deviate intercourse and rape.
Wolf, who owned the York-based kitchen cabinet company that the Democratic governor and two business partners later bought, died at , the governor's office said. "In the meantime, we ask that the family's privacy be respected during this difficult time," said Wolf spokesman Jeff Sheridan. Wolf, a longtime business leader and philanthropist in York County, suffered a heart attack, the governor had said. Wolf canceled several meetings and appearances, including plans to attend the observance Sunday at the Flight 93 memorial in Shanksville.
The Wolf family has a long history in York County, where the governor lives.
His residence is in Mount Wolf, named after an ancestor who was the postmaster.