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Read a letter from Councilor Brian Worrell, the Chair of the Ways and Means Committee.

Events happening in the City of Boston will bring some parking restrictions and street closures.

Mayor Michelle Wu and the City of Boston Reparations Task Force recently announced the appointment of former State Representative Byron Rushing to the Reparations Task Force. With this appointment...

Pedestrian-only tradition kicking off in June, expanding into winter

Five organizations working across the City will hire and train community members to lead outreach for SNAP, HIP, and other government nutrition assistance programs.

Yesterday while at a meeting at Rome City Hall, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu and Rome Mayor Roberto Gualtieri signed a Declaration of Intent to establish a formal cultural and economic partnership between...

A symposium on Black men and mental health convened at Harvard University Hutchins Center for African & African American Research.

The City of Boston was joined by Olympic swimmers Cullen Jones and Janelle Atkinson to kick off a series of events to raise awareness of International Water Safety Day, an annual day of recognition to...

Mayor to also visit towns in Italy with ties to Boston’s North End and her family

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution in support of S.1165 “An Act to Protect Injured Workers.”

Jewish American Heritage Month was established in 2006 to recognize the Jewish community’s contributions across many different fields, including academics, arts, and science. Jewish American Heritage...

The Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community has made great contributions to our city and country, and generations of our AAPI residents have enriched all aspects of our city and nation’s...

National Teachers Week and National Nurses Week are both recognized and celebrated in the month of May. For the last 40 years, the National Parent Teacher Association has recognized the first week of...

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently reported that Black women, including both veterans and non-veterans, are three times more likely to die due to a pregnancy-related cause...

Jazz has played a significant role in the cultural development of Boston, influencing and being integrated into the city's education, arts, and community life. In the 1940s and 1950s, Boston thrived...

Menstrual products are necessary for half of our population and essential to all menstruating individuals' personal and mental health. Period poverty, or not being able to afford menstrual products...

Internet service is now an indispensable necessity of how we access services and connect with others. The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a federal program that offers a $30 subsidy to...

A resolution calling for immediate ceasefire in Gaza was adopted (11-2). The resolution calls for "all Massachusetts state and federal elected leaders and residents alike to protect life, stand united...

Since 1949, May has been recognized as “Mental Health Awareness Month” by Mental Health America, in order to spread awareness, fight negative stigmas and advocate for policies expanding mental health...

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Danielle Harn and Patrick Gleason on their recent marriage!

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu announced Aidan McDonough as the new SPARK Boston Director. SPARK Boston empowers 20 to 35-year-olds to play a greater role in planning for the City’s future. Its office is...

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Kilian Brossette and Ruth Bijou on their recent marriage!

The events are for youth, parents, and providers and begin in May for Mental Health Awareness Month

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu announced new staff in the Office of Neighborhood Services , including Anthony Nguyen as the Mid-Dorchester Liaison, Josh McCorkle as the Roslindale Liaison, and Maccon Bonner...

Streamlined application process will speed up approvals for residents

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced Evandro Carvalho as the new Executive Director of the Office of Police Accountability and Transparency (OPAT). In this role, Carvalho will work to improve the...

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Vasundhara Prasad and Zack Ziemba on their recent marriage! Boston City Hall on May 3, 2024

The City of Boston would like to congratulate Jillian Magee and Daniel Roan Jr. on their recent marriage!

Today Mayor Michelle Wu and the City’s Office of Veterans’ Services announced the launch of the new Bridge the Gap Mini-Grant Program , designed to support veterans, service members, and their...

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