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I applaud President Obama for focusing tonight on economic mobility and income equality across our country. Every kid in every neighborhood deserves the chance for a pathway to higher education and a...

We cannot become complacent to the death of any young person in our City; we need to stop these events from happening in the first place. Yesterday, I asked Boston Police Commissioner Bill Evans...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the Massachusetts Department of Public Health has awarded the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) nearly $250,000 through the Commonwealth’s Prevention...

Boston Public Library will observe Black History Month in February with a series of activities and events for all age groups. Highlights from the month’s programming include a variety of music...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced he has appointed Lisa Mansdorf Pollack as the City of Boston’s Chief Communications Officer. Pollack will be responsible for shaping communications strategy for...

Boston Public Library and Massport, the state’s public authority that operates Boston Logan International Airport, Hanscom Field in Bedford, Worcester Regional Airport and the public terminals in the...

The City of Boston’s Transportation Department announced today that a new pedestrian activated traffic signal has been installed on Bennington Street in East Boston, directly in front of the Wood...

Boston Public Library’s 2014 “Gateway to Reading” Lowell Lecture Series begins February 6 and runs through May. The library welcomes esteemed writers of children’s literature from toddler to teen...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock today spoke via phone to set a friendly wager in advance of Sunday’s AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and the Denver...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Target in partnership with The Museum of African American History and the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras present “A Day of Service and Celebration in Honor of Rev. Dr...

Robert Quinn dedicated his life in service of the Commonwealth, and his legacy as a statesman and advocate for justice will be felt for generations to come. He championed his namesake bill and...

Boston Public Library will host winter author talks at the Central Library in Copley Square and branch locations, highlighting the works of historians, journalists, award-winners, and local authors...

In celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF), the Boston Scholar Athletes (BSA) and the Boston Public Schools, will host the...

Today, Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced that he will appoint Interim Police Commissioner William B. Evans as Police Commissioner of the Boston Police Department, and Superintendent William Gross as...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh this morning visited Boston Medical Center to participate in a roundtable discussion with Boston Medical Center (BMC) President & CEO Kate Walsh, the City’s Chief of Health and...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today appointed several key staff members as the Administration begins work on the priorities outlined by Mayor Walsh in his inaugural address. Joyce Linehan will serve as Chief...

Ante una multitud de miles de personas, incluyendo residentes, partidarios, líderes políticos, líderes religiosos y dignatarios, esta mañana el alcalde Martin J. Walsh tomó posesión de su cargo y fue...

Before a crowd of thousands, including residents, supporters, political leaders, faith leaders and dignitaries, Mayor Martin J. Walsh this morning took the oath of office and was sworn in as the 54th...

Boston Public Library’s Local and Family History Lecture Series continues in January with a focus on Boston’s changing neighborhoods and includes in-depth looks at three of today’s most diverse...

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...

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

Five local artists have been selected to receive the City of Boston’s second round of Artist Fellowship Awards.

The application is to demolish the residence at 34 Rossmore Road in Jamaica Plain.

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.

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

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.

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