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While cataloging Public Works Department photographs at the City Archives, intern Alyssa True...

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

More than $16 million in funding has been distributed to 179 organizations since the Fund was first...

The state now mandates all residents wear a face covering when in public and unable to practice...

In this next phase of testing expansion, the City is aiming to reach an average of at least 1,500...

The City is looking for artworks that respond to COVID-19 and provide creative approaches to public...

This month, we look at identifying symptoms of anxiety, depression, and suicide prevention in the...

Additional federal and private funding contributions from Citizens Bank and Eastern Bank will allow...

The application is to demolish the residential structure at 134 Poplar Street in Roslindale.

The application is to demolish the residential structure at 16 Baker Court in Dorchester.

The application is to demolish the residential structure at 5 Baker Court in Dorchester.

The application is to demolish the residential structure at 4 Fields Court in Dorchester.

The application is to demolish the residential structure at 2 Fields Court in Dorchester.

The application is to demolish the residential structure at 78 Willow Court in Dorchester.

Cyber criminals use moments of uncertainty to trick us into clicking on unsafe links or opening...

The City of Boston is launching a free online wellness studio with its first-ever virtual Social...

It appears that cats and dogs can become infected, but currently we have no information that...

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Cybersecurity tips: Working from home

Many City of Boston employees have been asked to work from home and we want to ensure you remain...

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

The funds will support 18 organizations that provide critical services and support.

Looking for activities to do while socially distancing? The Mayor's Mural Crew has created a series...

The application is to demolish the structure at 19 Ashland Street in Dorchester.

The application is to demolish the residential structure at 18 Crestway Road in East Boston.

Annual enrollment for the City of Boston’s health insurance benefits will take place from May 18 –...

The application is to demolish the residential structure at 181 Bennington Street in East Boston.

Beware of scams related to COVID-19 and the federal economic impact payments.

About 1,000 residents in the City of Boston will be invited to participate in a study to evaluate...

Commissioner Dempsey has served in the interim role of Commissioner since the retirement of former...

The City of Boston has secured an additional 1,000 tests, which will allow public health officials...

The City of Boston will allow permitted restaurants to sell grocery items via delivery, curbside...