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Since our last update on police reform posted on October 4, 2021, additional progress has been made.

Children, parents, and caregivers are invited to join the Boston Parks and Recreation Department for...

Our weekly photography clinic has weekly challenges to help you hone and improve your photography...

Davo Jefferson will enhance workforce development for young adults and returning citizens in fields...

This grant will support a community-based initiative to raise awareness about air pollution and...

One monument on Mt Hope Avenue commemorates the victims of a tragic event in Boston history, the...

The program builds on the already 30 textile dropbox locations across the City.

As it stands, state agencies are not required to collect disaggregated data on race and ethnicity.

This group of 86 high schoolers works to engage and empower Boston’s youth through civic...

Reminder: Boston dog licensing deadline is March 31

The Mayor and Budget Office are seeking community feedback on how Boston's annual budget resources...

Councilor Murphy is the first City Councilor to deliver a virtual maiden speech.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced that the City of Boston is launching the two-year fare-free...

One hundred and ninety-two arts and cultural organizations received grants totaling $3,422,000 as...

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced metrics that will be used to determine when to lift the City’s B...

In the 1970s, housing activist Anna Cole and Reverend Richard Owens, pastor of the People's Baptist...

The statements are related to the transition of Dr. Cassellius out of her role as Superintendent at...

The Winter Express will bring outdoors cold weather entertainment and activation to Boston...

Lead paint remediation project expected to take eight weeks.

Mayor Wu also announced that the Black Men and Boys Commission is accepting new member applications...

Mayor Michelle Wu and Senator Ed Markey today announced an investment of over $12 million to bring...

The City of Boston has acquired 2.8 acres to add to the footprint of the Monterey Hilltop Urban Wild...

In the mid 1970s, Jessie Gideon Garnett, Boston's first Black, woman dentist shared her story with...

This month, we link to books, local events, and virtual resources celebrating Black History Month.

Residents using Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits can order through Daily...

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department and the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) recently...

The fees will be used to generate additional funding for affordable housing in Boston and provide...

The second entry in the Stories from Mount Hope blog is an overview and quick history about this...

Residents urged to abide by snow regulations, offer help with shoveling sidewalks, fire hydrants...

The Affordable Connectivity Program offers eligible households up to $30 per month for broadband...

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