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Lunchtime and evening concerts will fill the Central Library’s courtyard this summer.
Newbury Street will be pedestrian-only from Arlington Street to Massachusetts Avenue on July...
The Transportation Department is sponsoring a bike ride — free of charge ...
Mayor Walsh presented the "Actions to Address Substance Use Disorders in America's Cities...
On June 26, after smallpox broke out in Boston, Dr. Zabdiel Boylston inoculated his 13-year-old son...
The application is to demolish a two-family residence at 35-37 Haverford Street in Jamaica Plain.
More than 250 mayors from across the country will attend the four-day event.
The program serves young men of color by providing school-based group counseling and mentoring...
The Dorothy Curran Wednesday Night Concert Series returns to City Hall Plaza from July 12...
Avon Walk for Breast Cancer and the Boston Athletic Association 10K will impact traffic and...
The six-concert Tito Puente Latin Music Series returns to Boston parks on Thursdays in July and...
Mayor Martin J. Walsh is alerting Boston’s green thumbs that they have until Wednesday, July...
The Boston Parks and Recreation Department is proud to announce the 2017 ParkARTS Citywide...
The photo exhibit, "The Faces of Syrian Refugees," is located in the third floor...
The center is designed to serve as a one-stop neighborhood resource for small business owners and...
The celebration marks the completion of a comprehensive $1.1 million renovation of the entire...
The project will bring a 21st century learning space to the expansion of the North End School.
The application is to demolish a two-family residence at 60 Charme Avenue in Roslindale.
Thousands of visitors hit Sail Boston this weekend for the chance to welcome the Tall Ships back to...
Data-driven investments are aimed at creating a thriving, healthy and innovative City. 
Nearly $11 million will prepare more than 3,000 residents to fill growth industries' talent...
On this day, in 1865, Union General Gordon Granger read...
"What, to the American slave, is your Fourth of July?" - Fredrick Douglas
We’re getting involved with a campaign to use natural light during bright summer days to...
Council members serve as leaders who will empower and support Boston's young adults. 
Application to demolish a two-story masonry commercial building in Dorchester.
Mayor Walsh will also dedicate the basketball court to Anthony Albano.
The Parade of Sail takes place on Saturday, June 17.
The couples married in the courtyard of one of Boston’s most historic institutions for...
Partnership will use City as a classroom for enriched summer experience for BPS students

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