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Resilience to climate change risks is fundamental to the City of Boston’s preservation goals.

The New Riding Club of Boston was built on a site previously occupied by a brick industrial building...

The era of the public clock began in cities before the Civil War.

The City's Archeology Department pushes ahead despite the pandemic.

Please join us in welcoming Yolanda Romero as the new Staff Architect for the Boston Landmarks...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today joined City officials at the Public Works yard on Frontage Road to...

The annual celebration will happen virtually on WCVB Channel 5.

This year’s virtual program focused on honoring frontline workers and immigrant-serving nonprofits...

During this week’s City Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution highlighting the Boston...

National School Psychologist Week is a time to recognize the important work school psychologists and...

Since 2007, November has been recognized at National Homeless Youth Awareness Month.

Recently, the Marriott Hotel in Copley Square permanently eliminated 231 employees, offering them...

During this week’s City Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution recognizing Friday...

On November 5, 2020, the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs announced $8.7 million...

New bus lanes, walk-friendly signal changes, and separated bike lanes have been added in Downtown...

The City of Boston was named one of 88 cities on the 2020 CDP Cities A- List for quick, bold, and...

Health officials have advised that traditional Thanksgiving gatherings with family and friends can...

The application is to demolish the house and garage at 1201 Saratoga Street in East Boston.

City of Boston expands residential yard waste options and installs textile dropboxes in...

A weekly message from Commissioner McCosh in support of the local disability community.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Boston Parks Commissioner Ryan Woods announced this week the unveiling of...

In tandem, the Boston Transportation Department is installing publicly accessible electric vehicle...

The Boston Parks Department is working with design firm Sasaki on the revitalization of Copley...

Nationwide coalition will continue to lead on climate action and advance an equitable and...

The three new funds will distribute $6.3 million in grants to support Boston's small businesses.

Landlords and constables in the City of Boston must provide tenants facing eviction with their...

Mayor Walsh also signed two executive orders to create Boston’s first-ever Civilian Review Board and...

Mayor Walsh and Governor Baker marked the completion of Phase Two of Overlook Terrace at Orient...

Have you ever walked by a Hero Square and wondered who it was named for? The City Archives is...

A weekly message from Commissioner McCosh in support of the local disability community.