Mellon Green Park
After 118 days, Occupy Pittsburgh protesters marched out of Mellon Green Park declaring victory Wednesday evening. Following their departure, the Allegheny County Sheriff’s Department came in early this morning to make sure everyone was gone and everything was safe.
The end is here for one of the last remaining sites for the Occupy movement in the United States. After months in a downtown park, protestors are facing an eviction deadline today.
The clock is ticking for Occupy Pittsburgh protestors. Many were packing up their tents and heading out Sunday night. The protestors have been in Mellon Park for months, but now the courts say it’s time to leave.
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.