Thank you for reading our 2021 PublicSource print edition! We often hear from readers that they’d love to read us in print. We hope you enjoyed this opportunity.
There were so many stories that we wanted to include, but space was limited (that’s one of the many reasons that we primarily publish digitally). Here’s a sampling of those stories from across our newsroom:
- Read the rest: Pittsburgh’s oldest Black church was demolished as ‘blight’ in the 1950s Lower Hill. Today, members seek justice. By Chris Hedlin, Rich Lord and Naomi Harris.
- What I learned from reporting on the Allegheny County Jail. By Juliette Rihl.
- Pittsburghers may see a new stormwater fee on their water bills soon. These 11 nearby municipalities already have one. By Oliver Morrison.
- Beyond statements: Four reflections on anti-Asian racism and healing in Pittsburgh. By Naomi Harris.
- Civic Briefs: Where in Pittsburgh did federal relief money go? By Charlie Wolfson.
- Unmasked: Candid reflections on a warped year of COVID school in the Pittsburgh area. By TyLisa C. Johnson and Punya Bhasin.
- Hoping for stability: A glimpse at one Squirrel Hill family’s start to the school year. Video by Ryan Loew.
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