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The Boston Parks and Recreation Department has announced that reconstruction of Liberty Tree Plaza...
The application is to demolish a single-family residence at 16 Howe Street in Dorchester.
The program awards funds to neighborhoods throughout Boston for beautification projects
Sarah Fuller is best known for giving Helen Keller her first speech lessons. But did you know that...
Due to this week's blizzard, the shortened parade route starts at Broadway Station and ends at...
Mayor Walsh is reminding residents to shovel sidewalks and pedestrian ramps.
Eleven drop-in sessions are scheduled in Boston neighborhoods to finalize locations for more than...
Boston’s best youth spellers will compete in BCYF's eleventh annual citywide youth...
Urges residents to take caution, abide by snow emergency regulations
We have information about parking and street closures for the Boston Marathon, Patriots Day Parade...
The deadline to apply for summer jobs is March 30.
There has been at least one woman on the Boston City Council for the past 41 years, since 1974. The...
2018-2019 FoodCorps AmeriCorps service member applications available through March 15
The application is to demolish a single-family residence at 502 Third Street in South Boston.
Massachusetts Avenue Bridge Reconstruction Project will impact traffic and parking on Saturday...
Several exhibits featuring female artists are on display in honor of Women’s History...
The Council adopted a Resolution to Support the March for Our Lives and Comprehensive Action to...
 Dr. Jessie Gideon Garnett was the first black woman to graduate from Tufts Dental School and...
Boston Public Schools are closed but City buildings will stay open. We're...
Update: Chiko was transferred to another facility. We'll continue to...
Read below for information on health and nutrition, and learn about the new City Wellness Portal....
At this year’s Black History Month Event, "The Diaspora: A Celebration of Black...
The Council passed a message and order approving the City of Boston to accept the right to enforce...
Paying attention to a few quick tips can make a big difference and keep you cyber secure. 
The first few months of a new year are always exciting because they’re jam-packed with...
Students were asked to visit one or more sites related to Boston’s Black History and submit...
New state legislation is aimed at increasing students' safety on campus and providing...
Councilor O’Malley facilitated the annual Spelling Bee at the Joseph P. Manning Elementary...
Councilor introduces the first docket to be assigned to the new Committee on Small Business...

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