On July 10, Pittsburgh Food Policy Council provided additional testimony to City Council on their planned use of American Rescue Plan funds.
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Sam Applefield of Pittsburgh Food Policy Council (PFPC) says the next city budget should include a Food Justice Fund.
The four Democratic candidates are incumbent Bill Peduto and challengers Ed Gainey, Tony Moreno, and Mike Thompson. Here are their answers to our questions.
The two Democratic candidates are incumbent Theresa Kail Smith and challenger Jacob Williamson. Here are their answers to our questions.
The two Democratic candidates are incumbent Anthony Coghill and challenger Bethani Cameron. Here are their answers to our questions.
The two Democratic candidates are incumbent Robert Macey and challenger Steven Singer. Here are their answers to our questions.
Clairton is one of the southwest PA towns where the decline of the steel industry hit hard. More than a decade ago, the last grocery store in town closed.
Their new plan and a revised federal grant application will better serve the Mon Valley. This victory comes after hundreds of riders, bus drivers, advocates, and a variety of stakeholders have mobilized for months to raise concerns about the Port Authority’s Bus Rapid Transit plan.
Beginning in 2016, able-bodied adults in Pennsylvania will have to be working to receive food stamps. Our new staff researcher shares her plans to help those affected by that policy change in Pittsburgh.
March 27th Update: Garfield community members and food justice activists got organized, took action, and won!