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Residents are advised to avoid affected water bodies for 48 hours.

Councilor FitzGerald offered his first hearing order to discuss the current trauma response resources in the City of Boston.

Councilor Santana’s maiden speech was filled with history and stories as he offered his first hearing order to explore strategies for developing mixed-income social housing to increase housing access...

This Month, we celebrate the history of women in the United States with community events, resources and more.

BCYF Marshall Community Center pool opened last fall; the Clougherty, Draper, Hennigan, Mattahunt, and Perkins are expected to be open this summer

Multimodal redesign, informed by community process, to make bus corridor safer, greener, and more efficient

Reminder: Boston dog licensing deadline is March 31.

The Parks and Recreation Department and Urban Forestry Division have announced a new milestone in ongoing efforts to enhance public access to urban tree data.

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu announced Frank Mendoza as a new Deputy Director of the Office of Neighborhood Services (ONS) and Ben Tayag as the West Roxbury Neighborhood Liaison. The Office of...

Early voting will take place February 24 - March 1.

The City is searching for artists to create murals or other 2D artwork at 13 sites across nine BPS schools.

The City will host more than 20 free events for teens throughout the week of February vacation, concluding with the Mayor’s Youth Summit, which will feature Mayor Michelle Wu and Cousin Stizz, a...

On December 19, 2019, the Public Improvement Commission unanimously approved changing the name of Dudley Square to Nubian Square in lieu of the cruel actions partaken in by Thomas Dudley, who, as...

Although January is recognized as National Human Trafficking Awareness Month, there is no better time than the present to raise awareness about the scourge of human trafficking, educating the public...

The week of February 11th marks the Children of Addiction Week. This campaign, led by the National Association for Children of Addiction (NACoA), is intended to break the silence, and stigma, around...

On February 20, 2024, the Boston Landmarks Commission posted a study report on the proposed designation of the Apollos Field House as a Landmark under Chapter 772 of the Acts of 1975, as amended.

The Mayors Office of Women's Advancement and City of Boston Property Management announced the grant will support the Neighborhood Birth Center’s work to provide group-based perinatal support to Boston...

In honor of Black History Month, we are highlighting some of the first Black members of the Boston City Council.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the recipients of $4.7 million in funding to train and place Boston residents into life sciences careers, the latest stage of the City’s Life Sciences Workforce...

Grant funds will fill gaps in the service network available to returning citizens with a special focus on health and wellness.

Residents urged to abide by snow regulations, offer help with shoveling sidewalks, fire hydrants and pedestrian ramps to older adults and neighbors with disabilities

Boston Public Schools and all municipal buildings will be closed on Tuesday, February 13.

The proposed budget, crafted by six commission subcommittees, addresses key themes, prioritizing equity, affordable housing, economic opportunity, health and wellness, and community safety.

NEW DATE--March 20. The meeting will explore options for the design of a new community center in the Grove Hall section of Dorchester.

This year's Summer Internship Program will run from June 3, 2024 to August 30, 2024. Apply at before March 22, 2024!

More than 12 million trips taken on three free routes, creating an estimated savings of more than $6 million for riders

Grants distributed to 88 organizations to support youth engagement programming

Boston receives more than $47 million to support the City and its partners to provide housing and services to individuals and households experiencing homelessness

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced applications are open for the 2024 season of Boston’s Outdoor Dining Program . The current, post-pandemic program was designed in partnership with the Office of...

“While running for City Council, I received a phone call from a woman named Mary from West Roxbury. She said she saw I was running for City Council, that I was an attorney, and asked if I could help...

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