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This week, Council Mejia offered an order for a hearing regarding civil rights in the creation of...

The City Council adopted a resolution affirming that the climate crisis is a health emergency.

Councilor Bok is a lifelong Bostonian who grew up in the small downtown neighborhood of Bay Village...

Like many residents in the City of Boston, immigration is part of Councilor Mejia’s story.

Boston is now looking at the most diverse City Council that the City has ever seen.

Councilor Arroyo was born in Hyde Park where he was raised by his parents Felix D. Arroyo, a former...

Councilor Liz Breadon immigrated to the United States from Northern Ireland in 1995 and settled in...

Four Councilors, Councilors Ciommo, Garrison, McCarthy, and Zakim, closed their books on years of...

The National Labor Relations Board has promulgated a rulemaking which would reclassify student...

This week the Council voted to adopt a resolution in support of an Act for Utility Transition to...

During this week’s Council meeting, Councilor Edwards recognized the Harvard Kent Elementary School...

The Council voted 12-1 to pass an ordinance establishing equitable regulation of the cannabis...

It was a Wednesday afternoon in September when Officers Arthur Green and James O’Conner were stopped...

The Student Opportunity Act would phase in an updated foundation budget formula, resulting in a...

For 34 years, the Henry L. Shattuck Public Service Award has been presented to individuals for their...

The City Council voted to pass an order for the City to adopt a property tax exemption for members...

On Saturday, October 19, the Lupus Foundation of America will host its 2019 Walk to End Lupus Now...

Today, the City Council, as well as other elected officials, raised the Italian flag over City Hall...

On Wednesday, the Council voted to adopt a resolution supporting Massachusetts bill HD4497, a...

On their 120th anniversary, Animal Rescue League of Boston was recognized by the City Council for...

This week, Councilor Zakim recognized the Boston Renegades, a “five-time national champion women’s...

A citizen petition entitled “Petition for Renaming Dudley Square to Nubian Square” was sponsored by...

Thousands gathered at City Hall Plaza for the strike.

Anyone who remembers the original Prudential Center remembers the giant statue oftentimes referred...

The Council voted to adopt a resolution recognizing the week of September 15 – 21 as National...

EPIC (Empowering People for Inclusive Communities) is a community service and education program for...

IMPACT Melanoma teamed up with the City of Boston, Brigham Health, and Massachusetts General...

The Council passed a resolution in opposition to federal policy changes that infringe on the rights...

Hotel workers filled the City Council chamber urging support as they strike to preserve and improve...

New Superintendent Brenda Cassellius visited the City Council this week for a sit down, where she...