PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Occupy Pittsburgh protesters will have to pack up their tents and vacate their premises downtown within three days’ time, as ordered by an Allegheny County judge. Since October 15, the downtown open […]
Representatives from the Occupy Pittsburgh movement have been squaring off against The Bank of New York Mellon in court today over the bank’s plan to oust protesters from its privately-owned park.
Occupy Pittsburgh protesters were back in court today facing BNY Mellon. An injunction was filed earlier this month to evict the protesters from the BNY Mellon Green, but the legal battle continues.
Occupy Pittsburgh protesters have been busy preparing for winter, but if BNY Mellon has its way, they won’t have to worry about the plunging temperatures for long.
In addition to battling frigid temperatures, Occupy Pittsburgh protesters are fending off a fight to evict them from their downtown location.
Time is running out for Occupy Pittsburgh. BNY Mellon has issued an ultimatum, threatening to go to court if tents are not removed from BNY Mellon Green by noon Sunday.
Occupy Pittsburgh protestors got the word from BNY Mellon to pack up and leave or the bank will go to court to ask for an injunction.
In the shadows of the banking giant BNY Mellon, the Occupy Pittsburgh encampment on Mellon’s property has a summer camp feeling, albeit a tent city after a deluge of rain. The occupation could last awhile.
A retired chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff was in Pittsburgh today, meeting with a number of local employers with jobs to fill. It was all part of a special program to encourage the hiring of local veterans.