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The Boston Parks and Recreation Department and the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) are pleased to announce the 2022 Boston Parks Fall Fitness Series sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of...

67 Degrees Brewing, a Black, woman, and veteran-owned craft brewery out of Franklin, MA, has been selected to operate the temporary Beer Garden

67 Degrees Brewing, a Black, woman, and veteran-owned craft brewery out of Franklin, Mass., has been selected to operate the temporary Beer Garden!

The City of Boston and Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience have announced Boston’s newest public work of art: a large-scale mural titled “Tutankhamun's Journey into the Afterlife”. The mural is...

$75 gift cards will be offered to those 18 and under and a caregiver while supplies last.

Events happening in the City of Boston this week will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced a slate of appointments to the Zoning Board of Appeal (ZBA). The appointees live across the City and represent the diversity of Boston, including members who are...

City Archaeologist Announces Archaeological Dig at the Headquarters of the League of Women for Community Service in the South End

Important to stay up to date on vaccinations ahead of fall and winter

At the start of this week’s City Council meeting, Councilor Mejia recognized Black Joy Day and Thaddeus Miles, founder of the Black Joy Project.

Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University to donate 10 dawn redwood trees to City to be planted across the City

Read a statement from Quincey J. Roberts, Sr., the Executive Director of the Mayor's Office of LGBTQ+ Advancement, on the recent events impacting the Children's Hospital community.

Events happening in the City of Boston this week will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.

Nine community organizations were awarded grants ranging from $1,000 - $3,500.

In our new COB #LinkedInSights series, we introduce real City employees to provide a snapshot of who they are, what they do, and why they serve the City of Boston — so you can read, learn, connect...

Select bus lanes, bike lanes, and parking changes will remain in place in effort to improve traffic flow and public safety.

The ribbon cutting marked the opening of 41 new units of mixed-income rental housing and retail space

Read the latest updates from the Mayor's Office of Housing.

Members poised to inspire civic leadership among Boston’s young adults

New Omicron-specific boosters will be offered at family-friendly event

Events happening in the City of Boston this week will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced that the City of Boston is challenging the United States Census Bureau’s 2020 Census Population count of Boston’s total population. Based on research by the Boston...

Archaeology team seeks information on possible site of 18th century slave quarters and kitchen

Hike Boston is a week-day day-time hiking series where we invite you to join us for a walk in one of Boston's parks or urban wilds.

This year's Rose Garden Party, is taking place in the James P. Kelleher Rose Garden on Friday September 9, from 5 - 7:30 p.m.

We’re hiring key roles in the People Operations Cabinet to help us support Boston’s greatest asset in delivering effective government: City workers.

In addition to growing the bike network almost 20 percent by next winter, the City is also expanding the public bike share program, and building more speed humps and raised crosswalks

Grainger will lead the City of Boston’s Children’s Cabinet, tasked with advancing opportunities for children and teenagers

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the creation of the Cabinet for Worker Empowerment led by Trinh Nguyen who will serve as the City’s Chief of Worker Empowerment. The Cabinet, equipped with oversight...

After receiving approval from the Boston Landmarks Commission, Mayor Wu, and the City Council, the Highland Park neighborhood of Roxbury became Boston’s newest Architectural Conservation District on...

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