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National Purple Heart Day, observed on August 7 every year, commemorates the creation of the oldest American military decoration for military merit. It is a day when Americans remember and honor the...

Last month, unionized workers of the Starbucks store near Boston University located at 874 Commonwealth Avenue in Brookline went on strike, exercising their rights to engage in concerted activity...

August 7 - 13, 2022, marks the annual celebration of the National Community Health Center Week, honoring the extraordinary contributions our Community Health Centers provide to every community across...

August is national Black Business Month! To celebrate, we are encouraging residents and visitors alike to support Black-owned businesses in the neighborhood.

The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) Board of Directors will vote on policy at tonight’s August meeting.

The India Day Parade will be held on Saturday, August 13, 2022. The August Moon Festival and the Dominican Parade will take place on Sunday, August 14, 2022.

Mayor Michelle Wu and Boston Parks Commissioner Ryan Woods joined residents on August 5 for the official reopening of Mission Hill Playground at 60 Smith Street. The playground renovation features a...

New funding will help make commercial rents more accessible in affordable housing properties across the City.

Boston Parks Commissioner Ryan Woods joined members of the Wilson family and local youth sports advocates and players on August 6 for the dedication of the football field at Harambee Park in honor of...

Preparations include early voting, ballot drop box locations and 20 new voting precincts

The Equity and Inclusion Cabinet today announced that Gaby Germanos will serve as the Cabinet’s Chief of Staff. Germanos started on August 1st. “Gaby is a great addition to the cabinet. Her expertise...

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu extended the previously announced heat emergency in the City of Boston through Tuesday, August 9, due to the upcoming weather forecasts.

Oliver Sellers-Garcia comes to this role with extensive experience in urban and climate change planning.

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu extended the previously announced heat emergency in the City of Boston through Monday, August 8 due to the upcoming weather forecasts. High temperatures will reach into the...

GospelFest is New England’s largest Gospel music celebration and is free and open to all.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the appointment of Aliza Wasserman as the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Food Justice (OFJ).

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu declared a heat emergency in the City of Boston beginning tomorrow, August 4, through Sunday, August 7, due to the upcoming weather forecasts.

On Saturday, August 6, the second of three Open Streets Boston events will take place in Roxbury.

Mayor Michelle Wu and members of the Boston City Council today announced the filing of an ordinance to update the City’s process for raising flags on City Hall Plaza. Under the new process, a City...

The Boston Landmarks Commission has posted a study report on the proposed designation of the Mt. Calvary / Shara Tfilo Campus in Roxbury as a Landmark under Chapter 772 of the Acts of 1975, as amended...

The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) encourages vigilance as metrics remain elevated.

All units have three bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, central AC, a fenced-in backyard, an unfinished basement, and off-street parking.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the appointment of Margaret "Maggie" Van Scoy as the neighborhood liaison for Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Fenway-Kenmore, and Mission Hill for the Office of Neighborhood...

This month, we share more resources for families preparing for the new school year.

The Annual Run to Home Base taking place on Saturday, July 30, includes a 5K race and a 9K race. The annual Puerto Rican Parade will be held on Sunday, July 31, 2022, starting at 1 p.m.

Nearly $39 million is available to distribute to projects that build affordable housing, preserve historic sites, or create open space and recreation.

$100,000 to organizations providing critical support for Black men and boys

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