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The series, “Celebrating What Unites Us,” honors diverse cultures and promotes healthy living for...

From the Mayor's desk: Keeping Boston safe and strong.

The West Nile Virus risk level was raised from low to moderate in the City of Boston. We have...

Here are some important numbers to keep in mind if you're looking for help.

The City of Boston is connecting people 55 and older to employers and opportunities at its first...

Arts programming throughout the City will be tailored to older adults.

Mayor Walsh launches Age Strong public awareness campaign

Mayor Walsh celebrates Age-Friendly Bench program with community

Mayor Walsh announced the launch of the Age Strong Commission perviously know as the Commission on...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced he will sign an ordinance passed by the Boston City Council...

The pilot program encourages local businesses to make their spaces and services more inclusive for...

The graduating class was comprised of 25 engaged, diverse and enthusiastic students over the age of...

The holiday celebration attracted hundreds of seniors who made phone calls to places around the...

The pilot provides affordable housing to graduate students while assisting local homeowners and...

Mayor Walsh, the Elderly Commission, and City Fresh Foods hosted the party.

Mayor Walsh, the Commission on the Affairs of the Elderly, and the AARP hosted a panel discussion.

The dedication recognizes Juanda Drumgold's service as a pillar in her Franklin Field community.

The plan releases 75 action items to improve Boston for older adults.

The report outlines the strengths and weaknesses of growing older in Boston.