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$4.3 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to further...

Melnea Cass Apartments provides 76 mixed-income units, including 33 deeply affordable units for...

Mayor Walsh and the Boston Parks Department celebrated the renaming of the Greenway in honor of the...

Polling locations in the city will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

The funds for the Dorchester and Mattapan park will be used for a new football field and improved...

Boston Public Library to go "fine free" for youth effective November 1, 2019

It was a Wednesday afternoon in September when Officers Arthur Green and James O’Conner were...

The Student Opportunity Act would phase in an updated foundation budget formula, resulting in a...

For 34 years, the Henry L. Shattuck Public Service Award has been presented to individuals for...

It’s not often that you hear of a piece of permanent public art moving, and this fall the City of...

The City of Boston is teaming up with Boston’s Consulate General of Mexico to present a two-day Dia...

The City Council voted to pass an order for the City to adopt a property tax exemption for members...

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Health Advisory issued

Two cases of young children diagnosed with meningococcal disease

With the Office of Returning Citizens' Employment and Resource Fair...

The application is to demolish the residence at 21 Rushmore Street in Brighton.

The application is to demolish the structure at 30 Preble Street in South Boston.

The application is to demolish a residence at 50 Rogers Street in South Boston.

Participants in Metro Boston were evaluated based on speed, acceleration, braking, cornering and...

Swim team experience not necessary for this fun developmental league.

On September 23, students arrived at the Mather Elementary School to a brand new My Way Cafe...

New development will create 32 new units of affordable rental housing for survivors of domestic...

Mayor Walsh, community celebrate start of construction for $10 million renovation of the Roslindale...

The $40 million new campus on Commercial Street marks major investment for BPS, North End community

The Parks Department had a ball hosting the 2019 Pumpkin Float at the Boston Common Frog Pond this...

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

Three Boston nonprofits will receive $100,000 in grants combined through the City of Boston's...

Fund will provide grants, coaching and technical assistance to home-based childcare providers

The first new police station in ten years, the $29.9 million construction will be located on East...

At the end of September, the City hosted our first open house to discuss the design of coastal...

BCYF community centers are hosting a variety of Halloween activities. Join us for thrills and fun...