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FEMA approval of the City of Boston's 2021 Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan went into effect on...

The BLC has received an application to demolish the building at 1200 Soldiers Field Road in Allston.

First Night festivities taking place in the City of Boston on Friday, December 31, 2021, will impact...

Pierre will lead the City’s press, speechwriting, digital and photography teams, sharing the Wu...

As City works to finalize expansion of the fare-free bus pilot, residents can continue riding the...

The Steinert Building is located at 162 Boylston Street.

In August 2021, the Boston Landmarks Commission introduced its new online portal, making it easier...

Former Boston Artist-in-Residence Erin Genia officially ended her residency in partnership with the...

Mayor Wu announces studies to assess Linkage fee and inclusionary development levels, updated...

Tests now available at 14 Boston Public Library Branches and BCYF Community Centers Update: All...

As COVID-19 surges, Arlington, Brookline, Cambridge, Salem, Somerville and other municipalities...

Millor is charged with bringing City Hall out of City Hall, and building community connections.

On Wednesday, the Council held their last legislative meeting of the year.

As part of this program, $160,000 is going to nonprofits to support immigrant communities.

$160,000 goes to nonprofits to support immigrant communities

As general electricity prices rise, Community Choice Electricity offers affordable and renewable...

Welcome to the Department of Neighborhood Development’s December newsletter. This month's snapshot...

Welcome to the Department of Neighborhood Development’s monthly newsletter. This November update...

Boston sets date of January 12 to connect remaining residents with services, prevent further...

Mayor Wu met with Cabinet Secretaries and senior White House advisors to discuss working with the...

Help us welcome our new neighbors! The drive is taking place from Wednesday, December 15, 2021...

More than $240,000 in grants are available to local artists for support with career development and...

The Office of Emergency Management (OEM) monitors forecasts and maintains open lines of...

Approximately 13,100 nuclear warheads exist in the world today, with 91 percent of these weapons...

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution urging the passage of this Act...

Eighty-three artists painted utility boxes throughout the City with unique designs.

As part of the Wu administration’s work to address urgent public health needs in the Mass/Cass...

Additional resources for electric vehicle access, charging infrastructure, and a more sustainable...

The redevelopment of the historic YWCA building will create 210 units of affordable housing in the...

The City is expanding access to vaccines by supporting clinics throughout Boston.

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