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On September 13, 2023, Mayor Wu delivered her Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce speech.

The storm could bring up to one to four inches of rainfall, with damaging winds, and potential for flooding in low-lying areas.

Events happening in the City of Boston will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.

Read the latest updates from the Mayor's Office of Housing.

This funding provides direct support to the City of Boston to implement strategies included in the recently completed Climate Ready Boston reports

On Tuesday, August 29, 2023, the Boston Children’s Museum was enveloped in a sea of yellow at the annual Countdown to Kindergarten Celebration. The Museum welcomed Boston Public Schools (BPS) families...

September is National Recovery Month; Film series at Boston Public Library Central Library in Copley Square will be presented in partnership with RIZE Massachusetts Foundation and Brendan Little...

In our COB #LinkedInSights series, we introduce real City employees to provide a snapshot of who they are, what they do, and why they serve the City of Boston — so you can read, learn, connect, and...

Mayor Michelle Wu proclaims September 7, 2023, as Captain Thomas Kelley Day.

The City of Boston will open 15 BCYF Community Center Cooling Centers to all residents.

The Boston Election Department is reminding voters that the Preliminary Municipal Election will be held on Tuesday, September 12, 2023 in City Council Districts 3, 5, 6, and 7. The Preliminary...

Mayor Michelle Wu recently announced the winners of the 27 th annual Mayor’s Garden Contest with a grand prize provided by JetBlue, prize packages donated by Mahoney’s Garden Centers, and additional...

BOSTON – September 1, 2023 – As Boston families get ready to send their children back to school, the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) is reminding everyone to be aware of the increase in COVID...

Read the latest updates from the Mayor's Office of Housing.

The City of Boston will invest $1.5 million into community-based youth programming; take steps to immediately provide engaging activities and spaces for Boston’s young people

$1,100,000 in grants available for Fiscal Years 2024-26 to nonprofit agencies dedicated to providing rapid rehousing services for Boston's returning citizens.

City provides update on student move-in preparations

Mayor Michelle Wu and the City of Boston recognize International Overdose Awareness Day by bringing attention to the opioid epidemic that continues to harm communities and devastate families. The City...

This month, we share support and resources for suicide prevention and addiction recovery.

City announces new gender-aware standards to help guide City services aimed at empowering residents

The lifeguard hiring event will combine all the necessary steps to become a lifeguard for a City of Boston pool in one location.

The lifeguard hiring events will combine all the necessary steps to become a lifeguard for a City of Boston pool in one location.

BOSTON – AUGUST 25, 2023 – The following is a public health warning related to a recent sewage discharge, also known as a combined sewer overflow CSO). State regulations require local public health...

With colder weather approaching, Mayor Wu, BPD Commissioner Cox, City and state leaders announce new housing resources and expanded enforcement authority to address safety concerns and return Atkinson...

Councilor Sharon Durkan was elected to the Boston City Council for District 8 in the special municipal election on July 25, 2023. She was sworn in on August 7, 2023. As the City Council’s newest...

by Anna Boyles In the 1910s and 1920s Boston, one would have been met with a dizzying number of rental options. The city’s women’s voter registrations from the fall of 1920 reflect Boston’s diverse...

Improving Black breastfeeding rates can help address racial inequities in maternal and infant health

Events happening in the City of Boston will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.

Thanks to a generous donor and the efforts of open space advocates, the Boston Parks and Recreation Department's Urban Forestry Division recently oversaw the relocation of three dogwood trees that had...

Abby W. May

In 1873, Boston women couldn't vote in local, state or federal elections. But could they run for office? Some women decided to find out. Hijinks ensued.

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