According to Occupy Boston protesters, the Christmas story resonates with the message of Occupy Boston.
The Greenway Conservancy estimates it will cost between $40,000 and $60,000 to clean up the park that was destroyed by protesters.
Occupy Boston participants say they’re getting together to discuss their next moves now that they have been evicted from Dewey Square.
The cleanup continued Sunday at the site of the former Occupy Boston encampment at Dewey Square.
Boston police cleared out the Occupy Boston camp Saturday morning.
There was a jubilant atmosphere as the deadline passed, with protesters chanting and dancing in the street, forcing Atlantic Ave. to be shut down.
“If they break the public safety rules, we’re going to go after them,” Boston Mayor Tom Menino said Friday.
The nonprofit organization that oversees the site of Occupy Boston wants the protesters out.
A judge issued a temporary restraining order that bars Boston police or city officials from removing the protesters, except in cases of emergency, until a Dec. 1 hearing.
Jay Talking examines the state of the medical facilities and the medical issues at Occupy Boston.
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