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On February 5, 2024, the Boston Landmarks Commission posted a study report on the proposed designation of the Putnam Nail Factory as a Landmark under Chapter 772 of the Acts of 1975, as amended.

Mayor Michelle Wu and the City of Boston’s Equity & Inclusion Cabinet today announced a series of programming to mark the start of Black History month and create space for residents and families to...

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the launch of the Boston Tax Help Coalition’s (BTHC) twenty-second year of providing free tax preparation services. Area residents earning $70,000 or less annually...

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Xyomie Padilla and Lynette Poirier on their recent marriage!

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Jialin Wang and Yuanyi Wang on their recent marriage! Boston City Hall on February 14, 2024

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Anika Mladineo Franco and Gilliam Robles on their recent marriage! Boston City Hall on February 1, 2024

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Kimverly Mejia and Merlin Meza on their recent marriage! Boston City Hall on February 12, 2024

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Shannon Holt and Matthew LaRosa on their recent marriage! Boston City Hall on January 26, 2024

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Maria Abreu and Antonio da Silva on their recent marriage! Boston City Hall on February 9, 2024

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Jessica Garcia and Victor Flores on their recent marriage! Boston City Hall on February 16, 2024

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Christopher and Sydney Vasquez on their recent marriage!

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Jillian Rent and Allisson Abreu on their recent marriage! Boston City Hall on February 14, 2024

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Hsin-Fang and Yilin Zhang on their recent marriage! Boston City Hall on January 30, 2024

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Carlos Diaz and Arelis Tejeda de Diaz on their recent marriage! Boston City Hall on February 2, 2024

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Natalie Czepiel and Cameron Hughey on their recent marriage! Boston City Hall on February 9, 2024

Launching this Sunday, the program includes twice monthly free access days for BPS families at the Museum of Science, the Franklin Park Zoo, the Boston Children’s Museum, the New England Aquarium, the...

From basketball tournaments to Black History celebrations to craft and game times, our centers have lots planned for February school vacation week.

Children, parents, and caregivers are invited to join the Boston Parks and Recreation Department for February school vacation week. Online registration and more information on all these free family...

Boston Latin School’s Parker-Vincent Alva is Boston’s third Youth Poet Laureate.

The annual count of Bostonians experiencing homelessness guides the allocation of City resources

This month, we link to resources, education, and explore local events, concerts and more celebrating Black History Month.

The Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement is hiring for multiple positions! RSVP for our Open House on Wednesday, February 28th from 5 - 7 p.m. to learn more about these roles and MOIA's emerging...

We’re currently hiring for a variety of positions!

In Boston's Ward 20, over 2,300 women registered to vote in 1920. We’ve finished transcribing our Ward 20 Women’s Voter Registers and the data is now available at Analyze Boston.

Current Commissioner Sean Lydon will remain with the City as Senior Advisor For Construction; Brian Foran and Michaela Nee of the Coordinated Response Team will be named Acting Co-Directors

The Mayor’s Office of Black Male Advancement released a report outlining the 20 action steps othat will help guide Black Male Advancement’s 2024 priorities and objectives.

The fund is supported by City distributions from national settlements with opioid manufacturers and distributors, informed by a community engagement process

New system will replace existing gas distribution service with an electric heat system, supporting the City’s goal to decarbonize public housing by 2030.

The selected research teams will produce a comprehensive report documenting City’s role in and ties to the transatlantic slave trade and institution of slavery, helping complete the first phase of the...

Growing the Division's capacity delivers for residents.

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