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This week, Council Mejia offered an order for a hearing regarding civil rights in the creation of...

The City Council adopted a resolution affirming that the climate crisis is a health emergency.

In the third year of the Opportunity Fund, we have already funded opportunities and experiences for...

The City of Boston and Boston University continue the tradition of paying tribute to the life...

We asked. You answered. Here's a look at the 17 new designs to come out of our Holiday "B" design...

Mayor Walsh today announced the appointment of Kate Bennett as Administrator of the Boston Housing...

The Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), signed today, strengthens the 50-year partnership between the...

On January 15, 1919, a 50-foot tall tank ruptured, sending 2.3 million gallons of molasses rushing...

Bobadilla is a 17-year-old student at Fenway High School.

The new zones further the City of Boston's Go Boston 2030 mobility and safety goals.

Councilor Bok is a lifelong Bostonian who grew up in the small downtown neighborhood of Bay Village...

Like many residents in the City of Boston, immigration is part of Councilor Mejia’s story.

Boston is now looking at the most diverse City Council that the City has ever seen.

Councilor Arroyo was born in Hyde Park where he was raised by his parents Felix D. Arroyo, a former...

Councilor Liz Breadon immigrated to the United States from Northern Ireland in 1995 and settled in...

The City Archaeology Program has come a long way since it was created in 1983.

Looking for proof that historic districts are not frozen in time? Check out the future building at...

Boston, including its historic districts, is working hard to address environmental issues.

The building at 424 Massachusetts Avenue (Mass. Ave.) sits with its older neighbors in Boston’s...

The Commission plans to adopt the revised guidelines at a public hearing in spring 2020.

The application is to demolish the structure at 224 Princeton Street in East Boston.

The application is to demolish the structure at 101 Condor Street in East Boston.

The application is to demolish the structure at 142 Pleasant Street in Dorchester.

The application is to demolish the structure at 105 West First Street in South Boston.

The application is to demolish the structure at 658-660 East Broadway in South Boston.

The application is to demolish the structure at 660R East Broadway in South Boston.

The application is to demolish the structure at 654 East Broadway in South Boston.

Mayor Walsh tonight delivered his fifth annual State of the City address at Symphony Hall, sharing...

The City of Boston will issue its own vouchers for rental assistance for the first time in City...

In his State of the City address, Mayor Walsh pledged to dedicate $500 million over the next five...