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This working group builds on the Walsh Administration's work to ensure all those who live in Boston...

Today, we look back to the day the freedom fighter Nelson Mandela visited Boston.

Today, we are proud to honor the contributions of the Honorable Marie St. Fleur, Boston's preserver...

Among the many transformations that Boston has undergone in its more than 300-year history, one of...

During this week’s City Council meeting, Councilor Bok delivered her maiden speech on the Council...

This year marks the 34th annual Girls and Women in Sports Day, a national observance celebrating the...

Councilor Essaibi-George recognized February 9, 2020, as Winter Walk Day in the City of Boston, as...

The Mayor was honored with the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America's National Leadership Award...

Today, we are proud to honor the life and contributions of Chuck Turner, a champion of human rights!

Today, we honor the contributions of Beverly Morgan-Welch, the Griot of Black History!

Today, we are proud to honor the contributions of the Honorable Mel King, a king among the people!

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce that the White Stadium, East...

The fund to create permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless individuals has reached its...

Today, we are proud to honor the contributions of the Honorable Ayanna Pressley, a true pioneer for...

The first case of the 2019 novel coronavirus in Massachusetts has been confirmed in a man returning...

In January of 1846, the Hayden family moved to Boston. The Haydens became key leaders in Boston's...

This month, let's look at local area activities and events celebrating Black History Month.

This week, the City Council voted to adopt a resolution recognizing Braille Literacy Month, which...

Today, we are proud to honor the life and contributions of the Honorable Reverend Michael Haynes...

Today, we are proud to honor the life and contributions of the inspirational Melnea Cass, the First...

We talked to one of the newest members of the Boston Art Commission, Robert Freeman, about his...

BCYF Family Gym returns for the spring season on February 8.

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department has been awarded a $750,000 Neighborhood Improvement Fund...

A look at events happening in Boston to mark Black History Month.

The projects will be submitted to the Boston City Council for approval with an anticipated vote in...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department will host the annual Children’s...

MBTA votes to support City of Boston's Fairmount Line improvement proposals

Josh Altidor shared his personal journey from Haiti to become the first Haitian and first African...

The application is to demolish the existing parking lot and structure at 1301 Blue Hill Avenue in...