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The 13 nonprofits selected have each been granted $5,000 to $10,000 to reach "hard-to-count"...

Traffic Advisory for Saturday and Sunday, December 14 and 15, 2019

On this day in 1835, Phillips Brooks was born in Boston. Brooks served as the rector of Boston’s...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh signaled his formal support of a proposal to implement a transfer ...

New municipal building construction will have to be low-energy and fossil fuel-free, while meeting...

The application is to demolish the commercial structure at 197-207 Maverick Street in East...

The application is to demolish the residence at 19 Blueview Circle in West Roxbury.

City ordinance delineates the work of local law enforcement officials in relation to federal...

The application is to demolish the residence at 4 Payne Street in Dorchester.

Boston Housing Authority (BHA) has been awarded $1.8 million from the U.S. Department of Housing...

The Jolly Jaunt, South Boston Catholic Academy Road Race, Hill House Tree and Wreath Sale, and...

Municipal offices and Boston Public Library locations will be open during regular hours. Residents...

With the holidays fast approaching, Inspectional Services is providing a weekly blog related...

This December, we take a look at local area holiday events and resources.

The application is to demolish the residence at 799 East 3rd Street in South Boston.

Residents are urged to take caution and follow snow regulations.

As the City of Boston celebrates Small Business Saturday and advocates for shopping local, City...

Funding awarded to organizations that provide job training and career pathways for low-income...

Boston is the first city in the United States to formally prioritize diverse applicants who are...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture today announced five local artists...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Boston Parks and Recreation Commissioner Ryan Woods, residents, and park...

We’re looking for a leader who can guide our multigenerational and multiethnic team at the Mayor's...

The Specialty Fair, which happens four times a year, is a reward system that a team of educators...

The National Labor Relations Board has promulgated a rulemaking which would reclassify student...

This week the Council voted to adopt a resolution in support of an Act for Utility Transition to...

During this week’s Council meeting, Councilor Edwards recognized the Harvard Kent Elementary School...

The Council voted 12-1 to pass an ordinance establishing equitable regulation of the cannabis...

Lee brings a lifetime of hands-on experience in social services and event planning to his new role.

This is the second in a series of ongoing posts about the U.S. Federal Census. To learn more,...