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The Specialty Fair, which happens four times a year, is a reward system that a team of educators...

We’re looking for a leader who can guide our multigenerational and multiethnic team at the Mayor's...

This week the Council voted to adopt a resolution in support of an Act for Utility Transition to...

During this week’s Council meeting, Councilor Edwards recognized the Harvard Kent Elementary School...

The National Labor Relations Board has promulgated a rulemaking which would reclassify student...

The Council voted 12-1 to pass an ordinance establishing equitable regulation of the cannabis...

Lee brings a lifetime of hands-on experience in social services and event planning to his new role.

This is the second in a series of ongoing posts about the U.S. Federal Census. To learn more, visit...

The funds are a first step in the new action plan Rising to the Challenge, which aims to prevent and...

The application is to demolish the residence at 605 East 6th Street in South Boston.

We’re sharing more creative stories behind City government.

On November 18, 1755, an earthquake woke Bostonians and knocked Faneuil Hall's grasshopper weather...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today joined City officials at the Public Works yard on Frontage Road to...

The housing is for formerly homeless individuals supported by Boston's Way Home Fund.

Newly-reconstructed Dana Avenue Bridge will be named after abolitionists and women's rights...

20 organizations have been awarded funding through the 2020 Positive Youth Development Fund and...

The former Barton Rogers School will provide 74 income-restricted rental units for seniors, along...

Mayor Walsh today shared a set of tips and guidelines for residents ahead of Boston's upcoming cold...

The annual Foundation for BCYF event raises funds to support BCYF's programming for all ages.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh, the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park, and the Boston Parks and Recreation...

Boston’s Enchanted Trolley Tour continues the festive tradition of lighting holiday trees throughout...

Mayor's Youth Council is made up of 85 high schoolers that work to improve Boston's communities and...

The annual gift of an evergreen Christmas tree from Nova Scotia will arrive by police escort at...

The application is to demolish the residence at 54 Waverly Street in Brighton.

First BPS Playground Constructed With Community Preservation Funds

The application is to demolish the residence at 57 Bigelow Street in Brighton.

The application is to demolish the residential structures at 1-23 Ledgemere Road in Brighton.

This piece will be one of five Percent for Art-funded projects currently underway in the...

Number of students accepted into program has increased every year since 2016

The City of Boston is connecting people 55 and older to employers and opportunities at its first...