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Starting Tuesday, April 20, parking enforcement will return citywide, including towing during posted...

April is recognized as National Arab American Heritage Month across the United States to celebrate...

Student workers at Harvard University, Boston University, Boston College, Northeastern University...

The amendment would create an additional tax of four percentage points on annual income above one...

In 2016, the City of Boston began the process of creating an Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH), an...

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution to support the passage of HD...

The Cabinet-level position was created last year to embed equity and racial justice into all City...

Mayor Kim Janey today announced several new supplier diversity initiatives to address equity in City...

The application is to demolish the house at 602 Canterbury Street in Roslindale.

The new, multilingual public awareness campaign encourages residents to get the COVID-19 vaccine...

Applications are open for residents to join a Community Advisory Board to help the City prepare for...

Building on her commitment to put equity at the center of the City of Boston’s recovery from COVID...

Mayor Kim Janey has announced that the City of Boston’s two municipal golf courses are open for the...

For years, Massachusetts has been a center for quality elementary and high school education, but...

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce that registration is now open for...

Thirty food trucks participated and are ready to vend across the City in different locations and...

In total, $250,000 will be awarded to local organizations working to increase digital resources...

All events will be conducted in accordance with COVID-19 public health guidance.

Join Boston Harbor Now and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department for monthly Moakley Park...

This month, we look at celebrating the return of spring through self-care.

Show off your Boston pride and creativity in our third holiday Boston "B" contest!

Matt O’Malley, City Councilor for District 6, representing neighborhoods of Jamaica Plain, West...

In addition to April Fools and rain showers, this month brings with it the celebration of National...

Applications are open on the City's website now through May 9 for Boston teens aged 15 to 18.

New funding will create housing stability for thousands of Boston households.

The new program offers up to a $60 credit for MBTA and Bluebikes passes for 1,000 employees who work...

Current Chief of Operations Patrick Brophy will depart on April for new opportunity with Suffolk...

Current CFO Emme Handy will return the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard in a new leadership role.

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