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This initiative is made possible with support from Citi as part of the Empowered Cities Initiative...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department invite park users and local...

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

Our weekly photography clinic, perfect for social distancing, has weekly challenges to help you hone...

On July 4, 1861, Bostonians celebrated Independence Day as they grappled with the reality of civil...

Due to the impacts of COVID-19, the City of Boston will temporarily allow retail businesses in...

The funding for this new grant program was made available by the City of Boston's allocated CARES...

The new round of grants will support food access during the summer months and domestic violence...

Grantees who are selected will participate in six virtual workshops and will receive $3,500 in...

This year, Fourth of July celebrations in Boston will look different, but there are still plenty of...

The application is to demolish the school at 12 Church Street in West Roxbury.

In the 1970s, Boston residents provided oral history interviews as part of the Boston 200...

Free, family-friendly drive-in movie showings will take place on select Wednesdays in July

We have new and updated information on Boston.gov that we think might be helpful to you this summer.

Several local musicians and poets from diverse backgrounds performed.

The Renew Boston Trust will start work on Boston Police Headquarters Solar PV Canopy, helping make...

This month, we look at online events celebrating Independence Day and beyond.

The Boston Art Commission called for a process to re-contextualize the statue in a new setting.

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

Our weekly photography clinic, perfect for social distancing, has weekly challenges to help you hone...

On July 6, 97 youth meal sites will open through the City of Boston's Summer Eats 2020 program.

The Chief of Equity for the City of Boston is a Cabinet-level position the Mayor established last...

The application is to demolish the house at 2R Perham Street in West Roxbury.

While there have always been some illegal fireworks leading up to the Fourth of July, this year has...

The application is to demolish the house at 32 Norwood Street in Dorchester.

The application is to demolish the house at 9-11 Greenmount Street in Dorchester.

Hello again from Kenzie Bok, District 8 City Councilor and Ways and Means Chair.

Several municipalities in Massachusetts, including Springfield, Somerville, Brookline and Cambridge...

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council voted to adopt a resolution in support of H. 4767...

If someone gets a code enforcement ticket but they’re not sure what it is, will they pay the fine...