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During this week’s City Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution recognizing the contributions of Boston Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and recognized Boston Emergency Medical Services Week...

The Council adopted a resolution in support of Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI) Workers.

The Boston Police Department is looking to hire 911 call takers.

The City of Boston’s Election Department is reminding voters in the 9th and 10th Suffolk State Representative Districts that the upcoming Special State Elections to fill the vacancies following the...

Programming to kickstart a range of City and community-hosted events taking place on City Hall Plaza this summer, activating the space, fostering community and bolstering Downtown revitalization.

Boston EMS held its annual awards banquet in-person for the first time since 2019 at the Venezia Restaurant in Dorchester last evening.

$711,000 awarded to 15 nonprofits to increase access to immigration legal services.

$1.4 million in funding was awarded across six community health centers.

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

One unit still available! The unit has one bedroom, one bathroom, hardwood floors, central air, a washer and dryer, and a security system.

Spiritualism grew in popularity in Northeastern states after both the U.S. Civil War and World War I.

New “Safety Surge” initiative will bring traffic calming infrastructure to every neighborhood in Boston.

Public Advised to Avoid Affected Water Bodies for 48 hours

The Council adopted a resolution recognizing Malcolm X’s birthday, May 19th, as a Boston municipal holiday and honoring Malcolm X’s legacy by establishing and including Malcolm X in Boston's Black...

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu announced Dianna Bronchuk as the new liaison in the Office of Neighborhood Services for Roslindale.

Thirty iconic, longstanding businesses across Boston’s neighborhoods were awarded.

One-bedroom units are $186,400 and $221,900. Two-bedroom units are $248,600 and $288,700.

In Charlestown's Ward 4, over 1400 women registered to vote in 1920. We’ve finished transcribing our Ward 4 Women’s Voter Registers and the data is now available at Analyze Boston.

Ensuring that Immigrant Workers in Boston know their rights and how to exercise them.

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

New ARPA funding allowed families to purchase homes in 11 neighborhoods.

High Lead Levels Found in Aluminum Cookers

Mayor Michelle Wu joined Dorchester residents on May 12 for a Neighborhood Coffee Hour and the official reopening of Doherty-Gibson Playground at 1545 Dorchester Avenue.

The Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community has made great contributions to the City of Boston, enriching all aspects of our city and nation’s history.

Epiphany School was founded in 1997 and hosted its first class of students in 1998 with the goal of providing an outstanding independent school education for children who could not otherwise afford it...

Jewish American Heritage Month was first established in 2006 by President George W. Bush to recognize 350 years of Jewish contributions to American culture.

The Council was joined by health care and home care worker members of 1199SEIU during this week’s Council meeting for a resolution honoring the union.

In 2000, Massachusetts voters approved a statewide ballot question making it illegal to vote from prison while serving a felony sentence.

The Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers (HUCTW) is a labor union made up of more than 5,000 skilled and committed staff working in Harvard’s offices, laboratories, libraries, museums...

Graduate student workers at Northeastern University filed for a union election with the National Labor Relations Board on February 6, 2023, as part of an organizing effort stretching back to 2016.

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