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RFP to bring broadband to Boston Public Schools, strengthen public safety announced
The project will provide broadband services to Boston Public Schools, public housing and more than...
Mayor Walsh announces call for artists at Massachusetts Eye and Ear
The call for artists will expand the City's alternative space pilot program.
Analyze Boston officially released!
Today marks the official release of Analyze Boston, Boston's new open data hub.
BCYF offering April vacation week activities
Kids of all ages have lots to choose from during vacation week!
Boston Fire Department adds 49 new firefighters
Recruits were presented their badges and certificates after a 20-week course of study at the Boston...
Mayor Walsh releases 2018 recommended budget
The budget proposes data-driven investments and builds on the City's strong record of...
Voting for the Greenovate Awards now open
You can help choose the finalists for the Mayor's Greenovate Awards — cast your...
City of Boston golf courses offering online booking for tee times
The City’s two municipal golf courses - the William J. Devine Golf Course and the George...
City creates innovative teacher learning collaborative
The Boston Educators Collaborative will join together Boston Public Schools, charter, and...
Mayor Walsh announces 2017 Coffee Hour Series
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department will host the 18th Annual...
Mayor Walsh opens swan boats on April 15
Mayor Martin J. Walsh will host the first ride of the season on the popular Boston Swan Boats as...
A+J Art+Design selected for North Square public art project
The public art project will be implemented in conjunction with the ...
Mayor Walsh, AAUW to host 14 free salary negotiation workshops to mark equal pay awareness week
The goal of Equal Pay Awareness Week is to acknowledge the gender wage gap and its consequences,...
Mayor Walsh celebrates renovations of Chauncy House Apartments
With partners, the City will preserve 88 rental units in Chinatown.
City looking for partner to launch, manage City of Boston online store
The goal of the store is to provide merchandise that aligns with the City's new digital brand...
Budget proposal includes investments in Boston Police talent pipeline
Investments include new 20 police cadets; new recruit class of 100 officers to start in August 2017.
$9 million investment to replace roofs, boilers at five Boston schools
The five schools that will receive funding are: Boston Latin School, James F. Condon Elementary in...
Drivers reminded of $100 fine for illegal parking in Fenway/Kenmore resident spaces
If you park illegally in a "Resident Parking Only" space near Fenway Park, you will be...
Mayor Walsh honored with NCLR Capital Award
The Mayor was honored alongside Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti for work that impacts the...
Neighborhood Slow Streets update
The Boston Transportation Department wishes to thank everyone who expressed interest in and/or...
First demand-responsive price change made for Seaport parking meters
Following up on Boston's parking pilot, meter prices have been lowered to open more parking...
Boston Public Library announces April author talks, celebration of National Poetry Month
The April author talks and events include renowned authors Neil Gaiman, Marjorie Garber, and Colum...
Mayor Walsh celebrates new partnership between main streets organizations and project place
Services include routine outdoor cleaning such as picking up and bagging trash along sidewalks and...
Mayor Walsh, Boston EMS graduate class of 21 EMTs
Mayor Walsh, BPHC Executive Director and EMS Chief honored newest EMTs and recognized Boston EMS...
Official launch of Analyze Boston coming April 6!
Hi everyone! We’re excited to share a few announcements about the launch of ...
Mayor Walsh announces third annual One Boston Day
Mayor Walsh announced this year's remembrance of One Boston Day at the unveiling of the 2017...
Artist Genaro Ortega selected to create Peters Park mural in the South End
Ortega will work with a selection of Boston youth to paint the mural in May 2017.
Mayor Walsh launches Boston Peace and Democracy Discussions with Ray Flynn and Mel King
The discussions to combat youth violence will begin through citywide collaborations.
Boston’s best spellers celebrated at 10th annual citywide spelling bee
The winner goes on to represent Boston at the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C...
Four design teams picked to create installations on Greenway this summer
The winners of the fifth Design Biennial Boston will each be awarded $10,000 to construct...