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BOSTON—December 1, 2022—The following is a public health warning related to a recent sewage discharge, also known as a combined sewer overflow (CSO). State regulations require local public health...

The following is a public health warning related to a recent sewage discharge, also known as a combined sewer overflow (CSO).

We continue our December tradition of sharing local events and resources for the holidays.

In Boston's Ward 10, over 800 women registered to vote between August 12 and October 13, 1920. We have finished transcribing the Ward 10 Women’s Voter Registers and the data is now available at...

Events happening in the City of Boston this week will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.

Read the latest updates from the Mayor's Office of Housing.

In 1917, Boston's first female bootblacks fought Mayor Curley and Boston's City Council to save their jobs.

Events happening in the City of Boston will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.

The four grantees lead programs that will increase the number of qualified educators in early childhood education by 795 degrees or certifications.

Support artists, makers, and small businesses in Boston while spreading holiday cheer.

In Dorchester's Ward 11, over 1500 women registered to vote between August 12 and October 13, 1920. We have finished transcribing the Ward 11 Women’s Voter Registers and the data is now available at...

Testing before gathering, getting COVID-19 and flu vaccinations can minimize transmission.

The initiative includes making 150 city-owned parcels available for income-restricted homeownership development.

by Anna Boyles Boston women’s voter registrations from 1920 reveal that a number of women migrated from southern states to make neighborhoods such as the South End and Lower Roxbury their home...

Today Mayor Michelle Wu and the Mayor's Office of Early Childhood announced the recipients of grants totaling $5,600,000 from the Essential Worker and Stimulus and Stability Funds. These grants are...

This is the second community meeting to establish the types of uses and activities the community would like to see in a new center and discuss location options.

The East Boston Senior Center, based on community input, will offer programs and services for older adults (Boston residents age 60+) starting December 1.

We've finished transcribing our Ward 1 Women's Voter Registers from 1920 and have added them into an easily accessible, searchable, and sortable dataset.

Events happening in the City of Boston will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.

ALRIGHT, led by Poet Laureate Porsha Olayiwola and artist and curator Cierra Peters, is an interactive arts experience and show that engages a conversation around the Black Diaspora and climate change...

The City of Boston commissioned 87 local artists to paint City-owned utility boxes with their original designs as part of the City of Boston’s PaintBox program.

The vacant backlot of the studio property will also become new below market, income-restricted housing.

The reopening takes place on Friday, November 18.

The City is launching the Find Your Food Pantry campaign and increasing access to SNAP benefits.

Events happening in the City of Boston will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.

Mayor Michelle Wu and Boston Parks Commissioner Ryan Woods joined Allston-Brighton residents on November 5 for the opening of a dedicated dog recreation space at Smith Playground.

All units have one bedroom, one bathroom, hardwood floors, central air, a washer and dryer, and a security system.

Mark your calendars and prepare to join the Boston Parks and Recreation Department to celebrate the holiday season with their 2022 schedule of lighting celebrations in City of Boston parks.

The City of Boston’s Election Department is reminding voters that the upcoming State Election will take place on Tuesday, November 8, 2022. Polling locations across the City open at 7:00 a.m. and...

Two four-year terms on the Boston School Committee are set to expire in January

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