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The Licensing Board for the City of Boston has taken steps to streamline existing processes and...

The application is to demolish the residential structure at 121-135 Sherman Road in West Roxbury.

The businesses receiving grants represent industries most-impacted by closures, policies, or general...

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

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department is encouraging park users and open space advocates to...

The application is to demolish the commercial structure at 71-75 West Broadway in South Boston.

The application is to demolish the residential structure at 97 Condor Street in East Boston.

About 1 in 10 residents in this study have developed antibodies and approximately 1 in 40 currently...

Umass Amherst students in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning spent their...

To date, including this most recent round of grants, the Fund has distributed over $17.6 million to...

17 neighborhoods represented in projects recommended and approved

The Alvah Kittredge House is a high-style Greek Revival style house in Roxbury.

We are currently living in interesting times. The COVID-19 situation has forced all aspects of life...

How old buildings are helping Boston save the planet.

The following post was written by the Commissioner of the Environment Department, Carl Spector. To...

The Mayor's Office of Financial Empowerment has launched a Stimulus Hotline to help residents.

A force for equity and inclusion... she did it her way

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

Sheena Collier is a super-connector, convener, and strategic planner.

Aba Taylor is a social justice educator, facilitator, organizer, consultant, and nonprofit executive...

Trail blazer, teacher, and international organizer

A long-time advocate for equity in the construction industry

The $1.2 million award from the Surdna Foundation will support Boston-connected artists of color...

Speaker, best-selling author, and founder of RISE (Reaching Into Self-Esteem)

Creative innovator, advocate, and urban planner

In total, the fund has distributed $16.2 million in funding to 178 organizations.

City-permitted parades and festivals taking place outdoors on City property will not be allowed in...

With nearly 1,000 applications already received, we’ve decided to close applications on May 15 and...

The City of Boston has implemented new protocols for essential construction work in the City of...

On Thursday, May 7, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts issued guidelines to allow for the safe...