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Fernandez will elevate the importance of urban design at the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA), and champion the transformative power of sustainable and walkable communities for all ages and...

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department’s ParkARTS program presents Mayor Wu’s Movie Nights in 11 City of Boston parks from Tuesday, August 2, through Thursday, September 1.

Weekend events include Boston Little Saigon Night Market, the Festival Betances, and the Roxbury Unity Parade.

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu announced the appointment of Roxbury native and former Dorchester resident Michael Cox as the 44th Commissioner of the Boston Police Department.

Twenty-five percent of residential units will be income-restricted; Harvard will make a $25 million payment to establish Allston-Brighton Affordable Housing Fund

To date, the program has already trained 30 lifeguards and provided free swim lessons for 700 youth and adults.

Mayor Wu announced two staffing updates today for the Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Services.

Susie King Taylor was an utterly remarkable woman, the first African American nurse during the Civil War who went on to be the only Black female to publish a memoir of her wartime experience. And that...

Investments include $7.1 million towards park upgrades and features to further climate resilience

Boston Eats meals are available to youth 18 years and younger at no cost.

Mayor Michelle Wu joined Mattapan residents for a Neighborhood Coffee Hour and the official reopening of Walker Playground at 550 Norfolk Street on June 30.

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department’s mission of protecting the City of Boston park system’s storied legacy while embracing sustainability for future generations has been recognized with a pair...

The first Open Streets Boston event will take place on Sunday, July 10, 2022, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Centre Street from Jackson Square to Centre/South, where the street will be closed to vehicles and...

Boston UPK expansion includes new funding formula, increase to 992 seats in community provider settings, and plans to serve family child care.

As work progresses at the One Congress site, crews are set to deconstruct a portion of the Government Center Garage.

New precinct structure focuses on equity across voting populations in each precinct to reduce wait times and increase voter access.

Mayor Michelle Wu and Boston Parks Commissioner Ryan Woods joined members of the Menino and Hennessey families on June 18 to unveil signs at Millennium Park in West Roxbury officially naming the...

From ample job openings to transferable life skills, lifeguarding is a job worth considering — do you have what it takes?

See the butterflies on the 2nd and 3rd floors of Boston City Hall!

There is a nothing like summertime in New England. Whether you're swimming, grilling, riding a bike or enjoying other outdoor activities in the beautiful sunshine, the Boston Public Health Commission...

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council passed a resolution affirming full abortion rights and reproductive equity in opposition to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. The Council...

The Somali republic was formed on July 1, 1960 as a unification of the Trust Territory of Italian Somaliland, and British Somaliland. The independence day of Somalia is a national holiday observed...

According to a 2020 survey, since the 9/11 attack, 83% of all US veterans, as well as men and women on active duty, have experienced some form of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result of...

In the United States, motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death, killing over 100 people every day. In fact, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among US children and...

This week, the Council adopted a resolution recognizing July 5th as Dia Di Kabuverdianus Na Boston also known as "Boston Cabo Verdean's Day.” On July 5th, 1975, after years of struggle against...

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department’s live music offerings continue in 2022 with a series of Wednesday evening summer concerts on the patios at the City of Boston’s two golf course clubhouses.

Mayor Michelle Wu and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture today announced $500,000 in contracted services has been awarded to 12 individuals and organizations to provide technical assistance...

Boston-based, Black, and woman-owned events firm to host weekday programming from mid-July to mid-October.

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu announced the appointment of longtime Boston firefighter Paul F. Burke as Commissioner of the Boston Fire Department. He will officially begin in his new role tomorrow.

The City of Boston's Office of Emergency Management is seeking input from the community.

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