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The Mayor is challenging consumers to support small businesses during the holiday season.
The $26.7 million project created 67 affordable rental apartments for the neighborhood's low-...
Release of scores show overall improvement in driver safety
We recently interviewed Doug DiMartile, a member of the Chronic Workgroup.  Doug had some...
The series of events offer residents the opportunity to talk directly with City leaders and the...
The discussion was attended by over 600 residents, and served as the kick-off to a citywide...
Mayor Walsh announces a Request for Proposals with the Public Works Department and the Boston Art...
The on-street testing of autonomous vehicles will begin in the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park.
North West of Ireland-based medtech company will capitalize on Boston's entrepreneurial spirit...
Housing surge focused on housing elders while helping them obtain support services and health care
The Expanding Opportunity draft identifies five action areas to strengthen neighborhood...
Mayor Walsh and SPARK Boston invite residents to choose from millennial residents making a positive...
First Available Space Will Be Located at AT&T Flagship Store  
Faneuil Hall Tree Lighting and Camp Harbor View 5K will impact traffic and parking
Strengthens City's discretion in issuing permits 
Boston needed a better, more efficient way to match homeless individuals with the housing and...
A $12 million public-private partnership will create 24 units of affordable rental housing for...
Youth will work with Raspberry Pi, Scratch, Little Bits, Minecraft, and Python programming language...
Veteran's Day Parade and other scheduled events will impact traffic and parking
November, December exhibits will feature visual art, performing arts and student works 
More than 500 holiday season performances now on sale
The Mayor's Enchanted Trolley Tour continues the festive tradition of lighting holiday trees...
Academy-award nominated director Julie Taymor Q&A will follow the December 5 Titus Showing...
The Transportation Department is reminding drivers to slow down and be aware of others using local...
During early voting, there were 47,909 ballots cast, representing 11.5% of the registered...
The iLab has three hours set aside each week to meet with local entrepreneurs, nonprofits,...
There will be a film screening and launch of James Phinney Baxter lecture series.
The first concert takes place Saturday, November 12, at 2:30 p.m. in Rabb Hall at the Central...
The competition seeks to identify new designs to produce more middle-income and senior housing in...

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