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The Mayor’s Garden Contest recognizes gardeners who have landscaped, planted flowers, trees, shrubs...

This graduating class will be assigned to 911 ambulances.

Early voting and ballot drop boxes will both be available to voters in Boston.

On this day, in 1918, two sailors housed at Boston’s Commonwealth Pier reported to the sickbay with...

If you are a registered voter in Boston, you can vote by mail in the 2021 Municipal Elections.

City to tackle urgent environmental and equity concerns with new approach to waterfront development.

This move will increase the number of staff members dedicated solely to public records transparency.

New senior housing development provides 46 affordable housing units for seniors on donated Boston...

The application is to demolish the house at 8 Lilly Street in South Boston.

The City encourages proposals from residents, nonprofits, and businesses to reduce air pollution and...

Culture is woven throughout the fabric of Boston’s diverse neighborhoods. Across the City, family...

The application is to demolish the two structures at 515-519 East 2nd Street in South Boston.

The application is to demolish the house at 29 Tilesboro Street in Dorchester.

The City of Boston response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is focused on following the science and...

For the first time, Bluebikes will be made available in Hyde Park.

The storm is expected to impact the Boston area Sunday, August 22, through Monday, August 23, 2021.

The Boston Landmarks Commission will commemorate the hidden history of Shirley-Eustis Place in...

We have answers to some of the common questions around the City of Boston's new mask mandate.

The City will address the COVID-19 Delta variant through a five-point plan.

The Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture awards grants to artists and organizations to create short...

Transforming Trends into Lasting Positive Change, new COB/ABC report offers roadmap for navigating...

Together, they will work to encourage, facilitate, and maximize citizen input and participation.

The Emergency Broadband Benefit offers eligible households up to $75 a month for broadband service...

Ty-Juana came to the City of Boston from Berklee College of Music, where she worked for 10 years.

The new funding will support the creation and preservation of affordable housing in Boston’s...

The application is to demolish the industrial building and shed at 1 Au Bon Pain Way in South Boston...

Two row houses have been purchased, renovated, and are deeded for long-term affordability.

The project preserves long-term affordability for units at 21 locations in Roxbury, Dorchester, and...

$28 million available to distribute to projects that build affordable housing, preserve historic...

Boston archaeologists will create a new exhibit and digital files of approximately 100,000 artifacts...

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