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The new platform will be available to users by spring 2017.
The changes to the hours of operation at loading zones has resulted in decreased incidences of...
The program, offered Monday through Thursday from 3:30 -5:30 p.m. is open to students in grades K-8...
Mayor Walsh is renewing calls for greater public and private investment in critical summer programs.
Drivers should avoid Court Street due to Tremont Street closure
Boston firefighters are converting to state-of-the-art respiratory protective equipment and SCBA...
The City of Boston has open sourced the code of its official website.
The Mayor outlined the City's efforts to expand its tuition-free community college...
Please travel on Boston's streets with caution and watch for children trick or treating
The Sullivan Square Underpass is scheduled to be closed to traffic this weekend for routine...
Mayor Walsh announced the grant for the environmental restoration of the Sherrin Woods Urban...
There's an emergency closure of Tremont and Dartmouth Streets.
Young adults are encouraged to vote early with a series of pop-ups at the polls on Saturday,...
The Transportation Department and Neighborhood Services are working in cooperation with residents...
The executive order establishes the Boston Transportation commissioner as the leader in autonomous...
Boston continues reporting of citywide energy usage
Newest recruit class will meet heightened demand for emergency medical services  
The "Shakespeare Unauthorized" exhibition opens today in the McKim...
Operational shifts will provide Boston's families with more access and programming.
The new high-efficiency LED fixtures illuminate the lower levels and highlight City Hall's...
Boston Firefighters Local 718 Memorial Road Race, Boston Book Festival, Welles Remy Crowther...
Week to include discounts and specialties for patrons of participating restaurants.
Exhibition features fresh, original, and contemporary works of art created by Bostonians.
Mayor Walsh says the opening will further establish the area as a 'cultural destination.'
Over $850,000 Designated for Public Art Projects
The theme this year is, “Don’t Wait — Check the Date! Replace...
A new pavement treatment is coming to Brighton!
Massachusetts March for Life, Boston Athletic Association Half Marathon, Columbus Day Parade and...

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