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Three Open Streets half-day events will occur in different neighborhoods, and Copley Connect will close part of Dartmouth Street to motor vehicle traffic for 10 days

In this role, Roberts will lead the Office of LGBTQ+ Advancement, which works to empower, protect and advance the rights, dignity, and advancement of LGBTQ+ residents.

This month, we look at events, resources and supports for LGBTQ individuals, as well as summer camp resources for parents.

Projects feature new income-restricted housing and greenspace in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood.

​For this season's graduations and large events, the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) is offering recommendations.

All registered family child care providers will receive $3,260 in flexible spending.

Today's post is simply to honor and remember the more than 15,000 veterans who are buried at Mount Hope Cemetery on this Memorial Day.

The long-vacant East Second Street parcel includes a butterfly and bee garden, bistro-style seating, a memorial bench, and a bocce court.

The new pickup program will turn residents’ food waste into compost and clean energy, expanding citywide composting options.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the appointment of Yusufi Vali as her Deputy Chief of Staff.

The Run to Remember taking place on Sunday, May 29, 2022, will impact traffic and parking in Boston.

The Boston City Council has voted to approve Dr. Sandro Galea and Gregory Wilmot to the Boston Board of Health.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the City of Boston’s comprehensive plan for a safe and healthy summer for all Boston residents, communities, and neighborhoods.

With high rates of community transmission in Boston and throughout Massachusetts, the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) is urging residents to take all necessary COVID-related precautions to...

The Mayor shared the City's Warm Weather Plan and provided the strategic direction for a longer-term response, including decentralizing recovery and treatment services and prioritizing shelter...

The Opportunity Fund grants provide support for career development and community arts experiences throughout the city.

The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) has issued a public health advisory for Jamaica Pond due to a suspected bloom of blue-green algae, also known as cyanobacteria.

Temperatures are expected to be in the low to mid 90s this weekend.

The new commission will ensure City policies and programs are equitable for Black men and boys and engage with communities via public meetings.

City Fresh Foods was awarded a contract to provide local and nutritious menu for Boston Public Schools (BPS) students.

Sixteen community nonprofits will receive $360,000 in total to strengthen social connections and community for Boston’s older adults.

The City of Boston’s Age Strong Commission invites all interested agencies to submit proposals for a Comprehensive Hoarding Program to comprehensively address the clinical treatment and clutter...

They will serve as the primary contact for residents and businesses in their respective communities.

Councilor Breadon opened this week’s Council meeting with a presentation and resolution supporting the naming of the Children’s Room in the Faneuil Branch of the Boston Public Library as “JaiJai’s...

Nurses represent the largest single component of the healthcare profession, with an estimated population of more than 4 million registered nurses in the country.

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution calling for an end to the U.S. embargo against Cuba and opening up of new travel and collaborative cultural, medical and academic...

Boston's municipal Emergency Medical Services (EMS), is one of three public safety agencies who respond to 9-1-1 calls in the City of Boston.

Today, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu along with Boston Public Health Commission Executive Director Dr. Bisola Ojikutu and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Chief James Hooley celebrated the graduation of 30...

We have information about events and activities taking place this summer through the Boston Parks and Recreation Department.

More than $2 billion is planned in facilities investment, including $605 million in the FY23 Capital Plan.

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