by Anna Boyles New England religious leader Mary Baker Eddy oversaw the building of her new religion’s Mother Church on Huntington Avenue in Boston in 1894. Just sixteen years later, a massive...

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department was recently recognized by Boston Harbor Now at their annual Onboard Awards event for the redesign and development of Langone Park and Puopolo Playground on...

This initiative supports students to create safe, welcoming, and accepting school communities

March 5 commemorates the life of the first hero of the American Revolution.

We're re-introducing the wellness portal and sharing nutrition resources.

BOSTON – February 28, 2023 – The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) today shared that the city continues to note downward trends in several key COVID-19 metrics. Suffolk County is now at low...

$1 million in grants to be awarded to 35 nonprofits throughout the City of Boston providing services including family reunification, CORI sealing and expungement, transitional and permanent housing...

City of Boston will lead service activities and calls on community-based organizations and residents to plan and share One Boston Day volunteer opportunities

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Welcome to the Mayor’s Office of Housing 2022 recap. In this newsletter, we look back at 2022, and all the ways the Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH) has assisted Bostonians with their housing needs.

$50,000 goes to five nonprofits to support creative initiatives that promote citizenship.

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu announced Daniel Hudson as the new liaison in the Office of Neighborhood Services for West Roxbury.

BOSTON – February 23, 2023 – The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) issued an advisory yesterday to Boston health care providers alerting them about concerning levels of presumed opioid-related...

Reynolds will establish a new team charged with addressing urgent challenges facing Boston’s economy, including nightlife.

Police Commissioner Michael Cox would like to share some steps taken, large and small, to advance police professionalism and reform in the City of Boston in his first six months.

Scholarships will support students of color looking to work in public health and STEM.

Initiative aims to count all Boston residents and ensure equitable distribution of City services

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department and Boston Celtics athlete Jaylen Brown are excited to announce the winner of Red Bull’s “Get In The Paint” contest for a basketball court renovation design...

The post-pandemic program will improve accessibility and public safety, while streamlining the process for local businesses.

Applications are open till March 1 for high school cohort of City’s Black Men Lead Boston program aimed at supporting young Black men and boys.

New units in eight different neighborhoods across the City will create rental and homeownership opportunities for Bostonians.

We have more information about the update to our Fire Prevention Portal.

DIEP BAO, a baby cream used for skin care has been found with high levels of lead.

The City partners with Roxbury Community College and A Better City to further support workforce training to bolster a pipeline to local green jobs

Sarah Cannon’s 1893 voting registration reveals her eagerness to vote as a U.S. citizen– and the story of a devoted marriage.

The City Council's Committee on the Community Preservation Act has begun accepting applications for residents to serve on the City of Boston's Community Preservation Committee.

The application is to demolish the mixed use building at 149 Salem Street/71 Prince Street in the North End

The application is to demolish the residential building at 77 Bigelow Street in Brighton

COVID-19 Vaccines to Remain Free in Boston through 2023

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the 10 individuals who will serve on the newly formed Reparations Task Force, created to study the lasting impact of slavery in Boston.

Across Boston, neighborhood signs welcome residents and visitors to the diverse communities that make up the City. The City of Boston is seeking artists to redesign these signs.

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