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The competition recognizes the gardening skills of Boston residents.

The application is to demolish the house and garage at 159 Everett Street in East Boston.

The application is to demolish the former Winchell School building at 24 Blossom Street in West End.

The application is to demolish the Tenement House building at 23-25 North Anderson Street in West...

The application is to demolish the former West End House building at 16-18 Blossom Street in West...

The United Nations climate science body declared in a climate report that we have only until 2030 to...

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution recognizing the need for more...

The City Council designated May 6-12, 2021, as National Nurses Week in order to recognize the...

The City Council recognized May 2021 as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in the City of Boston.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) recently reaffirmed a ban on political, social, or...

The application is to demolish the Mt. Calvary Holy Church of America building at 15 Otisfield...

This application is to demolish seven apartment buildings and one community center building within...

Celebrating Haitian Heritage Month with Josh Altidor, Director of Parks Maintenance and proud...

Welcome to the Department of Neighborhood Development’s monthly newsletter. This May update focuses...

Public comment is open for Phase II of Wetlands Ordinance regulations that focus on isolated...

The application is to demolish the two car garage at 65 Patten Street in Jamaica Plain.

The application is to demolish the garage at 101 Milton Avenue in Hyde Park.

The Boston Cannabis Board (the “BCB”) will hold a public comment period regarding a draft amendment...

The update includes increased in-person service hours at City Hall, the reopening of some BCYF day...

Mayor Janey took a ride with her family to celebrate the 144th anniversary of the Boston Swan Boats.

Today, Mayor Janey designates May as National Building Safety Month for the City of Boston.

Boston is home to one of the largest populations of Haitian immigrants in the United States and...

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council recognized May 3 through May 7 as Teacher...

Since 1949, May has been recognized as Mental Health Awareness Month to raise awareness, fight...

There is no doubting the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has deeply impacted many students as...

This year’s program seeks to support the expansion of community compost in Boston.

The Mayor is urging Eversource to justify or cancel its proposed electrical substation in East...

Practice your landscape painting skills at this free and fun watercolor painting workshop series...

The plan will identify projects to reduce the potential impacts from natural hazards.