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This month is both mental health awareness month and national high blood pressure education month.
The application is to demolish three buildings at 75-85 Liverpool Street in East Boston.
Former City of Boston Artist Fellow Michelle Fornabai shares how the Artist Fellowship...
During last week’s City Council meeting, Councilor Campbell recognized Anne Joseph and Ashley Brown...
Resigning of Sister City Agreement and events throughout the week celebrate 60 years of...
Vouchers will provide housing assistance to Boston chronically homeless individuals and...
Boston girls ages 10-18 can register now for this free, fun, and informative event!
Today, Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the second phase of expansion of the Boston Public Schools (...
Building on his commitment to supporting Boston's immigrant communities, Mayor Martin J....
The application is to demolish a garage at 25 Doris Street in Dorchester.
The challenge brings together individuals from a variety of professional sectors to discuss the...
With the help of a General Assembly group, we’re fine-tuning our designs for a popular legacy...
A new pilot program to increase recycling participation supports Boston's move towards ...
Mayor Walsh announced $2.78 billion as part of the Imagine Boston FY20-24 five year captial...
Yesterday, Mayor Martin J. Walsh joined advocates and residents at Memorial Hall in Charlestown to...
The application is to demolish a residential structure at 92 and 94 W. 8th Street in South Boston.
The application is to demolish a house at 192 Gladstone Street in East Boston.
The application is to demolish a residential structure at 64 Baxter Street in South Boston.
The grants which were announced by Mayor Walsh, will go to support summer programing for youth 
The City of Boston is now accepting applications for a second round of the Artist Fellowship...
The Boston Parks and Recreation Department has announced that registration is now open for the 50th...
Lobbying registration aims to build more transparency, and accountability in City government...
Summer is coming and BCYF Clougherty and Mirabella Pools and BCYF Curley Family Friendly will open...
This week, the Council voted to adopt a resolution in support of full-time, non-tenure track...
Councilor Zakim filed a 17F Information Request regarding communications between the Boston...
Earlier this month, the Committee on Government Operations held a hearing regarding an ordinance...
For decades, working-class communities and communities of color have been first to be hit by...
Mayor Walsh and the City of Boston create a path for affordable housing through additional...
Mayor Martin J. Walsh has announced that the City of Boston’s two municipal golf courses are now...
You may have noticed some minor but important adjustments to Boston.gov in recent weeks.

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