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Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the expansion of the Reopen Boston Fund to ensure restaurants...

Revised guidelines encourage flexibility, consistency, and diversity among providers to support the...

Twenty-three new locations across Boston will help support small businesses and provide additional...

Mayor Walsh's executive order to exempt all establishments from the plastic bag ban ordinance will...

Step One of Phase III of the four-phase Reopening Massachusetts plan will begin on Monday, July 13...

Of the $6.1 million that has been distributed to businesses so far, 69% have five or fewer employees...

This initiative is made possible with support from Citi as part of the Empowered Cities Initiative...

Due to the impacts of COVID-19, the City of Boston will temporarily allow retail businesses in...

The City of Boston will now allow private fitness classes on City-owned parks. These are non...

The series will target business owners in multiple languages and industries for a conversation on...

In total, the City of Boston has provided over $13.5 million in City, federal, and private funding...

The businesses receiving grants represent industries most-impacted by closures, policies, or general...

Additional federal and private funding contributions from Citizens Bank and Eastern Bank will allow...

The City of Boston will allow permitted restaurants to sell grocery items via delivery, curbside...

New resources have been created to help small businesses impacted by COVID-19 receive immediate...

The Mayor's executive order to exempt all establishments from the plastic bag ordinance will stay in...

The Mayor’s Office of Economic Development has compiled updates and guidance for businesses and job...

Chinatown's dense mix of shops, restaurants, and housing in historic buildings creates an ever...

Mayor Walsh's Executive Order will work to ensure the full participation of all enterprises in City...

Tatte Bakery and Cafe’s irresistible menu, impeccable design, and welcoming atmosphere are...

The City wants creative and feasible ideas from potential partners for the planned Arts and...

The tour will celebrate the 23rd Annual Boston Main Streets Awards

In 2019, the City of Boston and the City of Kyoto, Japan will mark 60 years as Sister Cities.

The JazzUrbane Cafe was selected for a street-level space that will bring family-friendly dining...

The workshops will focus on equity, job growth, and community development in multiple languages...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the appointments of Natalia Urtubey as Director of Small...

The "#5onMain" campaign is a seasonal initiative for small businesses in Boston, encouraging...

This year's theme, "Get Inspired, Get Connected, Get Funded", aims to address challenges in funding...

The team’s approach to attracting and retaining businesses has also been strengthened with the...