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April is recognized as National Arab American Heritage Month across the United States to celebrate...

Student workers at Harvard University, Boston University, Boston College, Northeastern University...

The amendment would create an additional tax of four percentage points on annual income above one...

In 2016, the City of Boston began the process of creating an Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH), an...

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution to support the passage of HD...

For years, Massachusetts has been a center for quality elementary and high school education, but...

Matt O’Malley, City Councilor for District 6, representing neighborhoods of Jamaica Plain, West...

This City of Boston has made history once again! Kim Janey, previously the Council President, was...

During the pandemic, tens of thousands of domestic workers have continued to care for children...

Eight hundred nurses at St. Vincent Hospital in Worcester are poised for a third week of a strike...

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution in support of SD.1709, An Act...

The Fiscal Management and Control Board (FMCB) was established in 2015 to monitor the MBTA’s...

National Women’s History month is an opportunity to shine a light on the extraordinary legacy of all...

Boston VNA (BVNA) is a certified home health agency that provides nursing care, therapies...

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) has announced that as part of its “Forging...

As it stands, Boston Public Schools currently do not require their history or social science...

Eversource Energy is proposing to construct and operate a new transmission substation facility...

The Parks and Recreation Commission voted to formally ratify the City Council resolution passed in...

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution in support of allowing students...

According to Project Bread, food insecurity has increased from 1 in 10 children to 1 in 5 households...

National School Counseling Week is a time to recognize the important work our school counselors do...

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution recognizing the Boston Ujima...

This week, the Council recognized February 7, 2021 as National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day in the...

The month of February is Transit Equity Month, and February 4 is the birthday of civil rights...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh was nominated by President Joe Biden to serve as the Labor Secretary, and if...

This year marks the 5th annual Winter Walk, a campaign raising awareness and funds to help end...

This week, the Council adopted a resolution urging Governor Charlie Baker’s administration to...

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution recognizing February 3, 2021...

Between climate change, industrialization, and development, we are dangerously destroying wetlands...

Patricia O’Neill is a longtime Dorchester resident who led the Ashmont Adams Neighborhood...