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Boston Brewin Coffee Company will enliven and activate the important civic space.

"Today the City of Boston and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts mourn together a great American in U.S. Senator Edward W. Brooke. "He dedicated his life to this nation, and we all share a deep pride...

Today Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the appointment of Regina Robinson to the Boston School Committee, the governing body of the Boston Public Schools. Robinson is currently the Dean of Student...

One of Boston’s oldest traditions continues on Thursday, January 1st, as an estimated 600 swimmers plunge into Boston Harbor for the annual “L Street Brownies New Year’s Day Swim.” Hosted by the BCYF...

Today Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced that, with Boston Public Schools (BPS) and the Boston Teacher’s Union (BTU), he has negotiated a proposal to permanently add 40 minutes of learning time to the...

Following through on his commitment in the Chamber of Commerce speech, Mayor Martin J. Walsh has unveiled a new online permit tracking tool, and has launched online applications for a number of Boston...

The owners of two restaurants and a hair salon were the winners of the City of Boston’s 2014 “Deck the Windows” contest.

Boston Public Library's Local & Family History Lecture Series begins in January, sharing information about the history of Boston and its diverse neighborhoods, as well as tips and guides for those...

Delivering on a commitment of the Walsh Administration’s housing plan, Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced today that he has signed an ordinance, offered in the City Council by Councilor Josh Zakim, which...

Today Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the City of Boston has selected The Venture Café Foundation to operate the Roxbury Innovation Center in the new Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building in Dudley...

On Thanksgiving, Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the formation of the Mayor's Task Force on Individual Homelessness, a group charged with examining Boston’s current shelter system and available...

Fulfilling a pledge to make more funding available for affordable housing, Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced that the City is making $20 million of funding available through a competitive process...

Today Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Cambridge Mayor David P. Maher joined representatives of the Race to Solar program to cut the ribbon of the North Bennet Street School’s new 50 kW solar array. Race to...

Today, Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced that Danielle Legros Georges, a lifelong writer and current faculty member at Lesley University, will be Boston’s next Poet Laureate. Legros Georges was selected...

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department will be holding public meetings to discuss improvements to the playground at Roslindale’s Fallon Field planned to commence in 2015. “In an effort to plan...

December is the month for some great Boston youth hockey action as the 2014 Mayor’s Cup Hockey Tournament kicks off this Saturday, December 20th. With support from Presenting Sponsor the Boston Bruins...

Today Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced that Christine Araujo is the new Chairperson of the Zoning Board of Appeals (BOA), which regulates appeals to the use and dimensional boundaries of privately...

Boston Public Library shared its list of the ten most-borrowed titles of 2014. This year’s list features fiction titles in a variety of genres ranging from romance to mystery to science fiction...

Today Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced that Boston is one of 12 U.S. cities selected to participate in the $45 million expansion of Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Innovation Teams program. The $1.35 million...

The Mayor's Office of Arts + Culture will feature an exhibition of “Children of the World | Boston” by photographer Randi Freundlich ( http://www.randifreundlichphotography.com) in The Mayor’s...

Today Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the finalists in the City of Boston’s Deck the Windows of Boston Main Streets contest, a friendly competition between local business owners to beautify and...

Area drivers are reminded that there are still two weekends remaining to take advantage of the City of Boston’s holiday parking incentive. Two hours of free parking is allowed at all 8,000 metered...

When a user tweets a color or a series of colors using the hashtag #WickedCoolTree, all 720 lights of the tree change to reflect the choice.

Today, Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced that City of Boston leadership and the Public Employee Committee (PEC) have signed an agreement to further limit the growth of employee and retiree health care...

Today Mayor Martin J. Walsh hosted a major local action summit to engage the community in the development and shaping of the My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Initiative in Boston. During the summit, Mayor...

Today Mayor Martin J. Walsh, with the support of The Boston Foundation, announced the launch of a strategic and comprehensive city-wide public safety plan that builds upon the Boston Centers for Youth...

On Monday, December 8th, Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Commission on Affairs of the Elderly will honor 75 couples that have been married for 50 years or more. These couples have been invited to a...

Today Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced that Boston has been selected as one of 35 cities from around the world to be invited to join the 100 Resilient Cities Network, a project of the Rockefeller...

Today, Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the appointments of three new members to the City of Boston’s Licensing Board: Christine A. Pulgini, Lisa S. Maki, and Keeana Serene Saxon. The Licensing Board...

Today Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, in conjunction with the Greater Boston Latino Network (GBLN) and leaders representing communities of color in Boston, announced the formation of a Diversity and...

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