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BOSTON - Monday, December 2, 2019 - Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced that new multi-functional equipment has been added this year to the Boston Public Works Department (PWD)’s fleet of snow...

The celebration taking place on Sunday, February 2, 2020, will impact parking in Chinatown and Downtown.

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu extended the previously announced heat emergency in the City of Boston through Monday, August 8 due to the upcoming weather forecasts. High temperatures will reach into the...

A look at how the Weights and Measures division inspects terminal scales at Logan Airport to ensure compliance.

The City of Boston will utilize the Green New Deal principles in action to meet climate goals while spurring local economic growth in the energy sector

Interested in reaching more than 3,000 Boston youth, and connecting them with resources, and jobs? We have information on getting your organization a table at the job fair.

Municipal offices and Boston Public Library locations to be open during regular hours; residents encouraged to take caution and abide by snow regulations

A vaccination clinic will be a part of the annual Gospel music celebration, taking place at Franklin Park on Sunday, August 8 at 5 p.m.

The application is to demolish the commercial structures at 18-22 West Third Street, 30-40 West Third Street, and 42-44 West Third Street, in South Boston.

Incoming members tasked with promoting civic engagement among young Bostonians virtually

A look at how our Weights and Measures Division makes sure you get when you pay for at the gas pump.

BOSTON - Sunday, March 15, 2020 - Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the Boston Public Health Commission is declaring a public health emergency in the City of Boston, due to the Coronavirus Disease...

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