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This effort will give qualifying homeowners the option to defer their property taxes to be paid with interest at a later date.

The collections include historical works detailing American and European history.

With forecasters predicting heavy snowfall today and subzero temperatures tonight into early Tuesdaymorning, Mayor Martin J. Walsh and public health officials are reminding residents to take...

The online platform allows residents to see status of snow operations in their neighborhood.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh, joined by Boston Police Commissioner William Evans, Boston Fire Commissioner Joseph Finn and Boston EMS Chief James Hooley, advocated today for residents to gather in a safe and...

The questions submitted by residents and commuters will serve as a basis of the long-range transportation plan for Boston.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the continuation of the Youth Participatory Budgeting Process and the allocation of $1 million to Youth Lead the Change, a youth-led participatory, budgeting vote...

The U.S. Conference of Mayors announce 2015 City Livability Award winners and Boston's "Youth Lead the Change" tops list.

"Nikki's selfless actions offer the opportunity to provide students at UP Academy in Dorchester with additional educational resources that will directly improve their learning experience. Her students...

The Department of Neighborhood Development will use online platform to increase transparency in development of City-owned land.

C-Town Tech will focus on connecting college and career at the high school level.

Dear Colleagues, First, I want to thank you all for your service to the residents, businesses and visitors of the City of Boston. I am so grateful for all the work you do everyday. I also want to take...

The following statement can be attributed to Laura Oggeri, Chief Communications Officer for the City of Boston. "Mayor Walsh is not looking to limit the free speech of his employees and, as residents...

File your 2015 absentee ballot application now!

Food trucks to select vending sites for schedule starting April 1st.

The following statement can be attributed to Laura Oggeri, Chief Communications Officer for the City of Boston. "Mayor Walsh is not in support of a referendum on the Olympics. He looks forward to...

As Commissioner, Fiandaca will be responsible for overseeing the City's transportation planning, traffic management and engineering, roadway signage, and parking enforcement.

She will manage the City of Boston's historic preservation program.

The event will take place on Monday, January 19, 2015 at 1 p.m. in historic Faneuil Hall.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced today that he has selected Giselle Sterling as the City of Boston’s Veterans’ Services Interim Commissioner. Sterling joined the City as a Community Relations...

First phase of Johnson building renovation to open on Saturday, February 21.

The Mayor filed 26 new bills to the City, focused on supporting neighborhoods and the local economy.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today released the Greenovate Boston 2014 Climate Action Plan Update, taking steps to prepare the City of Boston for the impacts of climate change and celebrating the City’s...

The mobile phone app allows Boston drivers to pay for on-street parking, get alerts before meters expire, and extend meter time remotely.

"I commend the Boston Teachers Union and Boston Public Schools on reaching an agreement. This is an example of successful collaboration efforts, and our young people will now have more time to learn....

Committed to better schools and increased access to affordable housing.

In celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF), Boston Parks and Recreation, the Boston Scholar Athletes (BSA) and the Boston Public...

Today Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced that the City of Boston has extended its partnership with TicketZen for one year, following a successful three month trial period. During that time over 5,000...

The exhibition will be on display from January 14 to February 28, 2015.

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