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As Boston Artist-in-Residence Victor Yang and the Boston Public Health Commission’s Violence...

As the Office of Arts and Culture, we know that hateful acts of violence are perpetrated against...

During the pandemic, tens of thousands of domestic workers have continued to care for children...

This City of Boston has made history once again! Kim Janey, previously the Council President, was...

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) has issued a fish advisory for the Lower Mystic...

“As we turn to the future, I am ready to lead our city toward healing, justice and joy. We can’t go...

Read the text of the Mayor's speech from her March 24, 2021, swearing-in ceremony.

The application is to demolish the restaurant and two sheds at 780 William T. Morrissey Boulevard in...

A successful pilot program has resulted in the expansion from 40 car-share parking spaces up to 250...

Jeysaun Gant is the new neighborhood liaison for Roxbury and Denise Dos Santos is the new...

Eight hundred nurses at St. Vincent Hospital in Worcester are poised for a third week of a strike...

The City of Boston will not advance beyond the reopening steps outlined today until the citywide...

The application is to demolish the structure at 353 Dorchester Street in South Boston.

The application is to demolish the structure at 3992 Washington Street in Roslindale.

Expanded policy will double the time off available to eligible City of Boston employees, allowing...

The Fiscal Management and Control Board (FMCB) was established in 2015 to monitor the MBTA’s...

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution in support of SD.1709, An Act...

View information about two preventative programs for our seniors and hearing-impaired constituents.

"The Embrace" is a bronze figural abstraction based on a photo of an embrace between Dr. Martin...

Joined by Chief of Operations, Pat Brophy, Mayor Walsh took a step outside of City Hall to visit the...

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

The Mayor’s Office of Food Access emergency food response system included strengthening the network...

Standing proud at 496-feet tall, the Custom House Tower is a monument to a previous era in Boston’s...

The Landmarks Commission’s City Archaeologist, Joe Bagley, is celebrating 2021 Preservation Month...

The South End Landmark District Commission recently approved the redevelopment of Crite Square, a...

In 2019, the City awarded Old West Church $400,000 to restore its windows and repair and repaint the...

One of the most common questions we receive concerns the City’s process for landmark designation.

This is an earlier start than the previously-announced date of April 1.

Applicants should prioritize equitable access and strengthening worker pay.

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