The East Boston Senior Center, based on community input, will offer programs and services for older adults (Boston residents age 60+) starting December 1.

We've finished transcribing our Ward 1 Women's Voter Registers from 1920 and have added them into an easily accessible, searchable, and sortable dataset.

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

ALRIGHT, led by Poet Laureate Porsha Olayiwola and artist and curator Cierra Peters, is an interactive arts experience and show that engages a conversation around the Black Diaspora and climate change...

The City of Boston commissioned 87 local artists to paint City-owned utility boxes with their original designs as part of the City of Boston’s PaintBox program.

The vacant backlot of the studio property will also become new below market, income-restricted housing.

The reopening takes place on Friday, November 18.

The City is launching the Find Your Food Pantry campaign and increasing access to SNAP benefits.

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

Mayor Michelle Wu and Boston Parks Commissioner Ryan Woods joined Allston-Brighton residents on November 5 for the opening of a dedicated dog recreation space at Smith Playground.

All units have one bedroom, one bathroom, hardwood floors, central air, a washer and dryer, and a security system.

Mark your calendars and prepare to join the Boston Parks and Recreation Department to celebrate the holiday season with their 2022 schedule of lighting celebrations in City of Boston parks.

The City of Boston’s Election Department is reminding voters that the upcoming State Election will take place on Tuesday, November 8, 2022. Polling locations across the City open at 7:00 a.m. and...

Two four-year terms on the Boston School Committee are set to expire in January

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

BPHC announced the expansion of services in addition to COVID-19 testing.

The City Archaeologist announces a new archaeological dig at the Landmark-designated Loring Greenough House beginning on Monday, November 7, 2022.

A group of young Boston residents from PowerCorpsBOS, a partnership between the Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development and the Environment, Energy, and Open Space Cabinet, joined the Boston Parks and...

The Boston Landmarks Commission has posted a study report on the proposed designation of the Tremont Temple in Downtown Boston as a Landmark under Chapter 772 of the Acts of 1975, as amended.

The City of Boston has resources for residents and small businesses to save money on their bills in the upcoming months.

This month, we review resources for those suffering from Alzheimer’s, as well as support networks and educational resources for caretakers.

Ahead of the November State Election, we wanted to explain why voting precincts changed in the City, and what that means for voters.

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

by Anna Boyles On October 4, 1920. Sarah Stites and Helen Hodge left their Queensberry Street home in Boston to register to vote together. While transcribing women voter registers from 1920, members...

This Halloween, the streets in many of the City’s neighborhoods will be closed to traffic to keep our trick-or-treaters safe while creating a fun, festive atmosphere.

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu released a report by the City and the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) on the challenges facing Downtown Boston and presenting a set of initiatives and recommendations to...

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

Our weekly photography clinic with weekly challenges to help you hone and improve your photography skills.

BOSTON – October 24, 2022 – The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) today provided the following updates on the latest COVID-19 trends for the City of Boston: Levels of COVID-19 virus in local...

Internal design standards will embed environmental benefits into certain future City of Boston public infrastructure.

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