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Today, we look back to the day the soulful James Brown saved Boston by himself.

Today we honor the contributions of the Honorable Charles Yancey, the first City Councilor of...

Boston's schools have always been an important part of the community! Early in the 20th century...

Before the start of this week’s Council meeting, Councilor O’Malley recognized the Massachusetts...

Moments before kicking off their annual Black History Month celebration, the Council adopted a...

This year’s Black History Month Celebration, hosted by Council President Janey and Councilors...

This week, the Council adopted a resolution in support of the 100% Renewable Energy Act.

Thursday, February 27, 2020, marked the 176th anniversary of Dominican Independence Day, and...

The team compiled an end of year report highlighting major projects over the years.

The application is to demolish the residential structure and garage at 35 Leyden Street in East...

The application is to demolish the residential structure at 37 Horace Street in East Boston.

Today, we are proud to honor the contributions of the Councilor Andrea Campbell, Council President...

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department is offering free indoor golf clinics at local community...

Announces grant that will support key features of program over the next three years

Today, we are proud to honor the contributions of Michael Curry, the hardest working man in public...

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department invites teens ages 15 to 18 to take part in its Umpire...

Swimmers will have access to the Umana Academy Pool during the Paris Street closure.

The City of Boston is dedicated to creating accessible content for all Bostonians.

This summer, the City explored ways of supporting the economic stability of its employees by...

Today, we are proud to honor the life and contributions of Elma Lewis, the Grande Dame of Roxbury!

Mayor Walsh is spearheading the changes necessary to strengthen public confidence in the board...

Today, we are proud to honor the life and contributions of the Honorable Royal Bolling, a Forefather...

Today, we are proud to honor the contributions of Travis McCready, the change agent of health equity...

Today, we take a look at the historical significance of the Black Heritage Trail.

Today, we celebrate the life of Crispus Attucks, the hero of the Boston Massacre.

From the outside, the Elizabeth Peabody House was an unassuming building in Boston’s West End...

Creating more access to homeownership opportunities is one of the goals of Mayor Walsh’s...

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department has announced that registration is now open for men's and...

Today, we are proud to honor the life and contributions of Lucy Miller Mitchell, the architect of...

According to an analysis of Boston rental data from 2018 to 2019, rental prices increased an average...