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The application is to demolish a single-car detached garage at 424 Gallivan Boulevard in Dorchester.
The application is to demolish eight apartment buildings within the Anne M. Lynch Homes at Old...
The City seeks to gather information from qualified law firms, universities, think tanks, hospitals...
The event marked the return of library services to the neighborhood for the first time in more than...
You can find information below on streets where you can't park in the City of Boston on...
Boston will measure interest in the mixed-use redevelopment of assets such as community centers,...
Some ideas for learning and celebrating together this month. 
The City of Boston Scholarship fund is a need-based scholarship that provides up to $10,000 over...
Copies of the booklist will be available at all library locations this week and is available in pdf...
During this Wednesday's Council meeting, Councilor Edwards recognized Captain McCormick for...
During Wednesday’s Council meeting, Clarence Cooper was honored for his dedication to public...
The application is to demolish a single-family residence at 268 Bremen Street in East Boston.
Black History Month begins in Boston with a kick-off celebration at City Hall
Mayor Walsh is calling on students in Boston to document black history inspiring our future through...
The yearly count of Boston's homeless helps focus the City's housing efforts.
We’re starting Black History Month with a blog post about Wilhelmina Crosson, a Boston...
David first began attending the Camp Joy summer program when he was three years old.
The event will take place during school vacation week on Wednesday, February 21.
The City of Boston contributed $300,000 in funding and Mass Cultural Council contributed over $170,...
More than 50 people packed into a small community room for a Robotics Showcase this winter.
The application is to demolish a single-family residence at 194 Havre Street in East Boston.
Events take place throughout the library system.
The circular economy is part of Boston’s move towards zero waste. Find out more about it and...
The application is to demolish a parish school at 609 E. Fourth Street in South Boston.
This Saturday, part of our Digital Team at the City of Boston will be mentoring and speaking at...
Last year, the City Council voted to support TPS and urge Congress to reconsider the policy change.
Some of the Motions, Orders, and Resolutions from this week’s Council meeting may look...
During the first Council meeting since Inauguration Day, the Council voted unanimously to approve...
As we kicked off the legislative calendar for 2018, the Council welcomed its new members,...
Boston is one of nine U.S. cities awarded certification for Bloomberg Philanthropies' "...

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