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Mayor Walsh urges residents to take caution and abide by snow regulations during Saturday's winter...
The City of Boston, the Museum of African American History, and Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras...
The application is to demolish a residential structure at 56 Hillock Street in Roslindale.
Today the Mayor of Boston along with several housing agencies approved a plan that would allow...
Last year, 60 applications were received, with five ultimately being chosen for the grants.
March Forward Massachusetts, which is scheduled to take place on Saturday, January 19, 2019, is...
The JazzUrbane Cafe was selected for a street-level space that will bring family-friendly dining...
Mayor Walsh and representatives from Boston colleges spoke out against proposed changes to Title IX...
Mayor Walsh announced the launch of the Age Strong Commission perviously know as the ...
Mayor Martin J. Walsh tonight delivered his fourth annual State of the City address at Symphony...
Mayor Martin J. Walsh delivered his State of the City address on Tuesday, January 15.
The workshops will focus on equity, job growth, and community development in multiple languages...
A 50-foot tall tank ruptured, sending 2.3 million gallons of molasses rushing through the...
Friends, family and colleagues joined Mayor Martin J Walsh today at Faneuil Hall, for the...
The application is to demolish a residential structure at 54 River Street in Mattapan.
Last month, the Boston City Council held a fundraiser for CanShare, which works to improve...
During this week’s Council meeting, Councilor McCarthy recognized husband and wife James Gillooly...
This week kicked off the first City Council meeting of this year, which included the swearing in of...
In January 2019, Mayor Walsh announced four legislative packages the City of Boston will be...
The application is to demolish a church structure at 8 Argyle Street (aka 500 Talbot Avenue) in...
The legislative package focuses on improving health and safety outcomes for communities in Boston,...
The coalition of partners is led by legislators, cities, towns, teachers, students, and advocates...
What started as a development exercise has become a larger effort at the Digital Team.
This is the second of four legislative packages the City of Boston will be submitting to the...
The effort underscores the need to curb a national trend of underrepresentation of women in fire...
The 15-bill housing security and economic mobility package promotes equity, opportunity, and...
Don't just promise to exercise more, eat healthier, and be better with money in 2019. Pledge...
This month, we look at how to create goals effectively to start the year strong.
First Night festivities will take place in the City of Boston on Monday, December 31, in the Back...
In honor of Boston City Hall’s 50th anniversary, we are looking for out-of-the-box ideas to...

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