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At home safety for seniors

As seniors protect themselves from COVID-19 and socially distance, they are spending more time in...

The site is in partnership with the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center

Dropboxes will be available at City Hall and early voting locations from August 22 through August 28...

The budget for this project is $300,000 and funded by the City of Boston's Percent for Art program.

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department joined the local sports community on August 15 to...

In 2020, a process began that could lead to a new historic district. Research for a study report to...

The Landmarks Commission is giving away customized new lapel pins. You can find out how to get one...

The Boston Landmarks Commission and district commissions have maintained a busy schedule of virtual...

Our weekly photography clinic, perfect for social distancing, has weekly challenges to help you hone...

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

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced that the City of Boston has signed a contract with...

Funding promotes the Mayor's Carbon Neutral 2050 goals and supports Boston's homeless and/or aging...

The application is to demolish the structure at 50 Stedman Street in Jamaica Plain.

Morna Crawford came to Boston after World War II to take a job at the Museum of Fine Arts. She...

All in-person polling will be conducted in accordance with public health guidelines.

The City of Boston is seeking an artist or artist team to create a permanent public artwork for the...

Our goal is to build digital experiences that work for all residents. That means we are constantly...

We want to say thank you to everyone who came out and joined us for our first ever Drive-in Movie...

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

Our weekly photography clinic, perfect for social distancing, has weekly challenges to help you hone...

The application is to demolish the garage at 679 Columbia Road in Dorchester.

Community Preservation Act and Department of Neighborhood Development funding will help kickstart...

The City of Boston’s greatest resource is its people. That’s why we began a journey last year to...

For the next three days, the temperature will reach the high 80s and low 90s.

The Parks Department is getting creative to maintain social distance.

New England's largest Gospel music celebration will be streamed online on City TV on Sunday, August...

These funds support innovative arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences programming.

The application is to demolish the commercial structure at 218-220 Old Colony Avenue in South Boston...

James Henderson, a black poet, playwright, and actor from Virginia, came to Boston in 1917. Boston...

Voting will be conducted in accordance with public health guidelines with in-person and mail options