Project Elsewhere

October 1, 2020 opnnews 0

An OPN News Editorial A devastating flash flood occurred in August of 2016 in the Four Mile Run (The Run) neighborhood of Pittsburgh. A resident […]

This Hallowed Ground

April 30, 2018 opnnews 0

An OPN News Editorial “All that harms Labor is treason to America” Abraham Lincoln Since Amazon launched it’s “Who Want’s to Bribe a Billionaire?” sweepstakes, […]

Making Pittsburgh Great Again?

February 18, 2018 opnnews 0

URA/Private Partners Renew Push  For Controversial Project OPN‘s investigative article in March 2016 about a Public/Private partnership formed between the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), University […]

ROAD WARS

February 18, 2018 opnnews 0

An OPN News Editorial As Mayor, Bill Peduto is the number one representative of the people of Pittsburgh. So it’s all the more important to […]

The “New” East Liberty

March 1, 2016 opnnews 0

By Greg Godels The catchword is “gentrification”—the popular and relatively benign word for a process of displacement and neglect of poor and minority communities in […]