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Advisory Committee, featuring community members, city officials, and renowned innovative ...
Forecasters are predicting an Arctic plunge on Thursday night into Friday, with wind...
The ten most frequently borrowed books from Boston Public Library locations in 2016 took patrons...
On Thursday, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts will recognize marijuana as a legal substance for...
As we enter 2017, we're excited to share some of the incredible ongoing work that our partners...
The goal is to provide employment to low-income and formerly homeless individuals, and to improve...
The federal grant will support the revitalization of Roxbury's Whittier Street housing...
The City now has a comprehensive assessment of the climate change risks it will face, and tangible...
Beacon Hill Holiday Stroll, SS Run, North End Christmas Parade, Walter's Run will impact...
The report shows Boston can tackle the challenge of climate change while creating new economic...
Boston Housing Authority, DHCD and Trinity Financial celebrate Phase One of multi-phase effort to...
The theme of this year's annual competition is "Celebrating Diverse Neighborhoods."
Let's face it — the holidays are a magical time, but they can also cause stress.
The license covers three neighborhoods: Dorchester, the Dudley Square area in Roxbury, and West...
The proposal would increases the maximum residential tax exemption in Boston.
With Oakland, Cambridge, and Boston all having to deal with recent fires, it's important that...
Mayor Walsh and SPARK Boston honor a diverse slate of young adult residents making a positive...
Act will protect and educate tenants and homeowners 
The Troops for Fitness program offers free, year-round exercise workshops and classes taught by US...
The change makes City Hall meetings more transparent and accessible.
The City's one-year pilot program will study the relationship between parking price and demand.
The proposal from Mayor Martin J. Walsh and City Council president Michelle Wu also aims to...
Unless otherwise posted, the speed limit on all City of Boston roadways will be 25 mph.
There are temporary street closures in Chinatown today. The City is encouraging drivers to...
The proposal will create more employment opportunities for Boston residents, persons of color, and...
It's the first step towards developing Boston's first-ever citywide strategy for prevention...
Michael Dennehy is moving to a new position as the town administrator of Milton.
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-...

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