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The City of Boston would like to congratulate Allison Goldberg And Tyler Whelan on their recent marriage!

Summer is fast approaching, and the Office of Youth Employment and Opportunity (YEO) is encouraging Boston youth to apply for a job before it's too late.

The Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement partnering with over 30 organizations to host 50+ events across Boston’s neighborhoods

Happy Juneteenth!

Juneteenth, celebrated on June 19 commemorates the end of slavery in the United States, marking the arrival of Union soldiers in Galveston, Texas in 1865 to announce the emancipation of enslaved...

The Friends of Grove Hall Branch Library have proposed renaming their second floor community space after Mamie (Mimi) Jones. Born May 4, 1947, Mimi was an outstanding student who was already deeply...

World Refugee Day

World Refugee Day is an international day designated on June 20 by the United Nations to honor refugees — including asylum seekers, internally displaced persons, stateless persons, and returnees — by...

Chess

Edward Joseph Soares was a businessman in Roxbury and Ralph Brown was a businessman in Dorchester. Soares sold scented musk oil and other novelties at Dudley Station on Washington Street. Brown sold...

Flag Day is celebrated every year on June 14 in remembrance of the adoption of the flag of the United States in 1777, as it is a national symbol of patriotism and freedom. In 1775, the “Grand Union”...

The Boston workers of East West Manufacturing are scheduled to lose their jobs on June 21, 2024 without severance pay or support for re-employment. East West Manufacturing is a design, manufacturing...

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Susana Hoyos and Jesse Gu on their recent marriage!

Program highlights impact of healthy food, community, and support systems for maternal health

Scholarship launches new dimension of the City’s university-assisted community hub school partnership, strengthening ties between UMass Boston and BCLA/McCormack (to be renamed the Ruth Batson Academy...

$7.5 million will fund new overdose prevention efforts

Six new development teams will create approximately 70 new homeownership opportunities on 15 City-owned parcels in Dorchester and Mattapan

Scholarship launches new dimension of the City’s university-assisted community hub school partnership, strengthening ties between UMass Boston and BCLA/McCormack (to be renamed the Ruth Batson Academy...

Mayor Michelle Wu and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department are excited to announce the 2024 Mayor's Cup Softball Tournament. The tournament will kick off on Wednesday, June 19, with the...

Vitiligo is a long-term skin condition characterized by patches of the skin losing their pigment, affecting approximately 1% of the global population, irrespective of sex, race, or age. Despite its...

Pride Month

Pride Month is observed in June to celebrate joy in the LGBTQIA+ community, to honor the vital contributions LGBTQIA+ people make, and to recognize the historic and ongoing struggles the LGBTQIA+...

This week, the Council adopted a resolution to support increasing diversity and expanding opportunities for Boston municipal employees of color. In 2022, the Boston City Council enacted the Fair...

This week, the Council went on record in support of H.4356, an act promoting housing opportunity and mobility through eviction sealing. Over one million evictions have been filed in Massachusetts over...

Establishing parentage is the process of determining the legal parents of a child. Massachusetts is the only New England state that has not yet updated its parentage laws to ensure clear and equal...

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Shirisha Guduru And Manohar Reddy Dyapa on their recent marriage!

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Shivaraj Thapa And Subina Shrestha on their recent marriage!

The City of Boston would like to congratulate KAUNG MYAT THU and THIN NU SWE on their recent marriage!

Mayor Michelle Wu joined the family of the late Paula Titus, Boston Parks Commissioner Ryan Woods, elected officials, park neighbors, and the Highland Park community on June 4, 2024, to cut the ribbon...

The Lingzi Foundation was established by the family of Lu Lingzi, the Boston University graduate student who perished during the Boston Marathon bombing attack, to preserve and perpetuate Lingzi’s...

BOSTON - Friday, June 7, 2024 - The City of Boston Reparations Task Force (RTF), through the Equity and Inclusion Cabinet, today announced the launch of their Community Grassroots Partnerships Program...

Cultural Affairs Office created by restructuring existing City Hall departments to better serve and support Boston’s cultural communities

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Hannah Mayo and Kevin O’Leary on their recent marriage!

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Paulina Prieto Paz and Thomas Bell on their recent marriage!

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