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City provides update on student move-in preparations

Mayor Michelle Wu today recognizes International Overdose Awareness Day, which raises awareness about overdoses in Boston and honors the memory of Bostonians who have died from substance use disorder...

The Boston Park Rangers welcomed a new class of seasonal Rangers with a ceremony held at Franklin Park.

This Request for Ideas to program and activate certain areas of Mayor Thomas M. Menino Park is intended to gain insight on potential concepts that will enhance and better utilize the area specified...

This summer, our intern Sahomi Santana worked with us to gather more information about existing artist spaces in Boston. Read the blog post below to learn more about her experience!

BPHC Reminds Residents to Take Precaution

Student move-in at local colleges and universities will require temporary parking restrictions in Boston from Sunday, August 28, through Sunday, September 5, 2022.

The vaccine is now being administered in a lower dose into the skin.

On Sunday, August 28, 2022, the City of Boston will once again transform Newbury Street into a pedestrian only walkway.

The Boston Landmarks Commission has posted a study report on the proposed designation of the Howe-Kingsley House in Dorchester as a Landmark under Chapter 772 of the Acts of 1975, as amended.

The Boston Landmarks Commission has posted a study report on the proposed designation of the interior of the Ayer Mansion in Back Bay as a Landmark under Chapter 772 of the Acts of 1975, as amended.

Mayor Michelle Wu and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture today announced the City of Boston has awarded $200,000 in grants to 12 individuals and organizations to support productions at the Strand...

We've finished transcribing our Ward 8 Women's Voter Registers from 1920 and have added them into an easily accessible, searchable, and sortable dataset.

Read a statement from Commissioner Robert Santiago on the PACT Act.

Mayor Michelle Wu recently announced the winners of the 26th annual Mayor’s Garden Contest with a grand prize provided by JetBlue, prize packages donated by Mahoney’s Garden Centers, and additional...

The Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) is removing the PINs from SNAP EBT cards of roughly 120,000 participants across the state.

The grant will serve 484 residents through the creation and equitable expansion of pre-apprenticeship and Registered Apprenticeship Programs (RAP).

BPHC encourages vaccination ahead of new school year.

The program will identify iconic, longstanding businesses in the City of Boston to increase visibility and provide access to grants and resources.

Multiple departments across the City have been working around the clock to design and implement street changes and to notify commuters of alternate modes of transportation.

The funding will support the creation and preservation of affordable housing in Boston.

On Sunday, August 21, 2022, the City of Boston will once again transform Newbury Street into a pedestrian only walkway.

ARPA funds will provide more than 4,600 projected job placements in Healthcare, Clean Energy, and Child Care and support services to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color residents in the Greater...

Home Rule Petition will expand upon Mayor Wu’s commitment to make Boston a Green New Deal city.

All sessions will be open to the public, especially those who identify as women and gender-expansive individuals.

With the completion of “Coastal Resilience Solutions for East Boston and Charlestown (Phase II),” the City has developed resilience plans for all 47-miles of Boston’s coastline.

The free Bluebikes passes are part of a cross-departmental approach to expand alternative methods of travel during the shutdown.

Newbury Street will be closed to vehicle traffic every Sunday from August 21 to September 25.

See how Boston is using our federal stimulus funds for unprecedented investments in housing, economic opportunity, climate & mobility, health, and more.

Vaccine doses are limited, but available to eligible individuals.

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