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On this day in 1804, the "Snow Hurricane" — also known as "the Great Gale of 1804" — made landfall...

Mayor celebrates historic progress and challenges business sector leadership to aid in strengthening...

Boston's updated Climate Action Plan unveils strategies for accelerating action to reduce carbon...

Read remarks from the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce annual breakfast on October 8.

Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh today spoke in support of a service enhancement plan for the Fairmount...

The application is to demolish a residence at 3-5 S. Whitney Street in Roxbury.

On Wednesday, the Council voted to adopt a resolution supporting Massachusetts bill HD4497, a...

We’re looking for artists or artist teams to create permanent public artworks to complement a new...

Over 40 free events hosted in partnership with business groups and experts focus on the theme of...

The plan will guide the City's work to connect those struggling with substance use disorder to...

Traffic Advisory, Saturday, October 5 and Sunday, October 6, 2019

The application is to demolish a firehouse at 1870 Columbus Avenue in Roxbury.

This summer, the Boston Public Library expanded past its brick-and-mortar branches to reach...

We're encouraging residents to ensure their information is secure.

Mayor Walsh releases City's Food Access Agenda to end food insecurity by 2030

$5 million project budget will renovate sports, play and seating areas, lighting, walkability, and...

Mayor Walsh announces Boston housing plan has crossed the 30,000 unit mark, including 6,000 income...

This month, we look at educational resources and local events to support the fight against breast...

Mayor Walsh announces the permanent installation of the Birch Street Plaza in Roslindale

The application is to demolish a residence at 16 Chappie Street in Charlestown

This week, Councilor Zakim recognized the Boston Renegades, a “five-time national champion women’s...

On their 120th anniversary, Animal Rescue League of Boston was recognized by the City Council for...

Traffic Advisory, Saturday, September 28, and Sunday, September 29, 2019

This post about the One Boston Resilience Project was written by Mayor Walsh.

Five BCYF centers offer free Saturday playtime for children and their families.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department have announced that...

After more than two years of work, you can order City of Boston birth, marriage, and death...

54 units of supportive, affordable housing with green efficiencies, and on-site services to be built

Mayor Martin J. Walsh has announced the return of the annual Fall Pumpkin Float at the Boston Common...

Mayor Walsh celebrates reconstruction of North Square, featuring new permanent public artwork and...