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A community meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 17, at 6 p.m. to discuss the temporary closure.
The new members include Hanah Fadrigalan, Marie Fukuda, Ana Guigui, Pat McSweeney, Ahn Nguyen,...
Summer events offer free, family entertainment. 
The City of Boston wants to create a plan that will reduce waste, spur job growth, and achieve cost...
The redevelopment created 44 units of affordable rental housing and 1,000 square feet of commercial...
Today's Archives' blog post is a guest post by urban historian Max Grinnell. Max visited...
On May 5, 1873, a group of Bostonians asked Boston’s Board of Aldermen to ban the game...
The event highlighted investments in Boston Fire Department and honored Commissioner Joseph...
Climate Ready Boston and Greenovate Boston have teamed up to launch the...
Walk for Hunger and 5K, Other Weekend Events
Mayor Martin J. Walsh released the following statement today.
Boston youth ages 13-14 can take part in a high-quality, service-learning experience during...
Kathryn White, first lady of Boston from 1968 to 1984, passed away on May 1.
On May 1, 1809, construction began on Park Street Church. Five years earlier, in 1804, a small...
There's nearly $14 million in planned library projects across the City for FY18, and...
May's author talks include tips for conducting genealogical research, the history of homeless...
Boston Landmarks Commission kicks off Preservation Month. 
Youth ages 16-18 can now apply for the Boston Centers for Youth & Families program.
The next generation of bicyclists is also learning to ride through a partnership with Boston Public...
HEROIC ENCOUNTERS: Artists Respond to Boston City Hall explores the form and design of the...
On April 27, 1826, Faneuil Hall Market, now commonly known as Quincy Market, held its grand opening.
The funding will help support a financial incentives program that encourages families to save...
Earlier today, Greenovate hosted a webinar about Boston’s climate preparedness initiative,...
Until this year, three books, 860 pages, and almost three inches of data-rich Boston budget and...
The annual Greek Independence Day Parade will take place in the Back Bay on Sunday, April 30.
Neighborhood Trauma Teams (NTT) in Dorchester, Jamaica Plain, Mattapan, Roxbury and East Boston...
The City is looking to expand climate resiliency planning to the Fort Point Channel and the...
The programs featured this week aim to encourage community engagement throughout Boston.
Open studios encourages residents to visit art studios and meet artists in their neighborhoods.
The development is part of the City of Boston's E+ Green Building Program, which is managed...

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