BOSTON — On Sept. 30, 2011, Occupy Boston launched what turned into a 72-day occupation of Dewey Square.
BOSTON — Occupy the MBTA established what it called Camp Charlie on the State House steps shortly after the T’s board voted Wednesday to raise fares an average 23 percent.
BOSTON — Boston spent $1.4 million on police overtime at the Occupy Boston encampment, but overall police overtime was down in 2011 by about 6 percent.
BOSTON — A Suffolk Superior Court judge is keeping all records under wraps related to a subpoena for Twitter account information of some Occupy Boston supporters.
BOSTON — Evicted from their camp, Occupy Boston demonstrators continue to meet on a daily basis. But what’s the future of the movement, and has it been successful so far?
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The demonstration known as Occupy Harvard is nearing an end. After five weeks, protesters early next week plan to remove most of the tent city set up at one of the country’s most elite universities.
Two days after police evicted Occupy Boston protesters from their more-than-two-month-old encampment at Dewey Square, the group is looking for a new way to spread its message.
BOSTON — The dozens of Occupy Boston protesters arrested when their encampment was dismantled over the weekend face arraignment this week, while the movement contemplates its next moves.
BOSTON — With the Occupy Boston encampment gone, work begins to make the Dewey Square park green again.
BOSTON — Sunday morning, about two dozen Occupy Boston members gathered to celebrate Mass as they did for the last several weeks. This time, it was not in the spirituality tent, but next to barricades surrounding their former encampment.
The following images were taken early Saturday morning as more than 100 police officers descended on Dewey Square to evict the Occupy Boston protesters.
BOSTON — Crews are cleaning up Dewey Square after police evicted Occupy Boston protesters. In what took just over one hour, more than 100 police officers moved in around 5 a.m. to enforce the city’s eviction order, more than 24 hours after a Friday morning deadline.
BOSTON — Approximately three dozen protesters remain of the once hundreds that use to occupy Dewey Square Friday. Protesters are figuring out what to do next after Boston Police did not evict demonstrators from their Dewey Square campsite overnight, despite Boston Mayor Thomas Menino’s announcement Thursday that they had until midnight to voluntarily leave the camp.
BOSTON — With an eviction of the Occupy Boston camp looming, how will police try to ensure that their crowd removal operation goes smoothly? A law enforcement expert discusses best practices.
The following map shows the Occupy encampments that have sprouted up across the country since late August, when the Occupy Wall Street movement began. The red markers represent encampments that have been removed, and the green markers depict active encampments.
BOSTON — A mayoral spokeswoman said if protesters refuse to leave police would take “necessary and appropriate” action to remove the encampment.
BOSTON — In a ruling Wednesday, the State Superior Court said the city can evict the tent camp from the Greenway if it finds the encampment violates health and safety rules. Lawyers for Occupy Boston said they will appeal the ruling, while the city said it’s time to start taking down the tents.
BOSTON — A judge said that while the demonstrators are exercising free speech, they do not have a right to seize and hold the public land.
BOSTON — Occupy Boston protesters who brought a large, fire-resistant military tent for their camp have taken it away after the city refused to allow it.
BOSTON — Police have arrested three protesters from the Occupy Boston movement, accusing them of disorderly conduct after dozens of activists surrounded a patrol wagon and refused to let it move.