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The report highlights the City's work to increase equity for all residents. 
This adds 39 new units of affordable rental housing for families in Jamaica Plain.
The $10 million renovation revitalizes the branch services and spaces, including a 20 percent...
Envision Boston Giving donated in-school vision screenings and glasses to BPS students. 
The City's request for website photos led to one family’s adventure through more...
During the afternoon, the West End's two-block Canal Street will shut down to vehicles,...
Mayor Martin J. Walsh yesterday joined Governor Charlie Baker and Victory Programs to officially...
In total, 13 bike convoys will make stops at locations across the metro Boston area, and cyclists...
In celebration of National Bike to Work Day, Mayor Walsh also today announced a commitment to...
We’re looking for a web developer to join us in building modern, easy-to-use web apps that...
The plan identifies key actions to guide Boston's growth to expand the opportunity, increase...
Youth Pride March, Harpoon Brewery 5 Miler Road Race, Haitian American Unity Parade
The annual report for the Mayor's Commission for Persons Disabilities highlights the work that...
Mayor Martin J. Walsh sent letters to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Secretary of Homeland...
Today's Archives' blog post is a guest post by urban historian Max Grinnell. Max visited...
"Now You See: A Celebration of Courageous Kids" is now on display in the Mayor's...
The project will increase safety, improve travel conditions and provide improved green space for...
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. We at the Employee Assistance Program encourage workers and...
The public art project is the first call for artists under the Percent for Art Program. 
Key accomplishments include reducing Boston's speed limit to 25 mph and ensuring all major...
A community meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 17, at 6 p.m. to discuss the temporary closure.
The new members include Hanah Fadrigalan, Marie Fukuda, Ana Guigui, Pat McSweeney, Ahn Nguyen,...
Summer events offer free, family entertainment. 
Today's Archives' blog post is a guest post by urban historian Max Grinnell. Max visited...
The City of Boston wants to create a plan that will reduce waste, spur job growth, and achieve cost...
The redevelopment created 44 units of affordable rental housing and 1,000 square feet of commercial...
On May 5, 1873, a group of Bostonians asked Boston’s Board of Aldermen to ban the game...
The event highlighted investments in Boston Fire Department and honored Commissioner Joseph...
Climate Ready Boston and Greenovate Boston have teamed up to launch the...
Walk for Hunger and 5K, Other Weekend Events

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