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242 Norwell Street and 78 Spencer Street feature two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. Both homes have hardwood floors, a paved driveway, and an unfinished attic.

Today, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu along with Boston Public Health Commission Executive Director Dr. Bisola Ojikutu and Boston Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Chief James Hooley celebrated the...

Program, held from April 18 to April 21, focused on empowering students to use art as a tool for social change; 12-17 year-old students in Boston are encouraged to enroll today

Mayor Michelle Wu and the Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) today announced the recipients of the previously announced inaugural awards for the Fastest Bostonian.

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

Mayor Michelle Wu and City officials today announced public safety preparations for the 127th Boston Marathon at a joint press conference with the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) and...

Mayor Michelle Wu and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department will host the 2023 Neighborhood Coffee Hour Series in partnership with Dunkin’ in parks citywide from May 2 to June 22. Visit boston...

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department (BPRD) has announced the opening of the comment period for the public to provide feedback on the 2023-2029 Open Space and Recreation Plan (OSRP). The plan...

Canal Street to close to vehicular traffic for Bruins and Celtics home playoff game

Operating budget and capital plan include landmark investments in street safety, community centers, branch libraries, swimming pools, and school buildings to bolster resources for families

This year we decided to work with eight community-led running organizations that represent Boston’s diverse city!

The City of Boston and Streets Cabinet announced that incoming Deputy Chief for Infrastructure and Design Julia Campbell and incoming Deputy Chief for Transportation Nick Gove will join the Streets...

Fastest Boston residents and first Boston resident registered to compete in the non-binary category in 2023 Boston Marathon to be honored.

In Dorchester’s Ward 17, over 2100 women registered to vote in 1920. We’ve finished transcribing our Ward 17 Women’s Voter Registers and the data is now available at Analyze Boston.

In recognition of National Public Health Week, the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) is highlighting the importance of a strong public health infrastructure to support its work and help promote...

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department has announced that the replacement of the turf carpet and track resurfacing at the football field and multipurpose field at Charlestown High School will...

At its March 7, 2023 public hearing, the South End Landmark District Commission voted to approve the application for the redevelopment of the 1.2 acre Benjamin Franklin Cummings Institute of...

Awards represent a record level of crucial funding to enable Boston and its community partners to provide necessary housing and services to individuals and households experiencing homelessness.

It’s Spring in Boston and things are looking green - the Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) included! As many readers know, our work to support preservation and adaptive reuse go hand-in-hand with...

The cohort brings together renowned experts and practitioners from across the country to participate in a cross-agency, technical-assistance-based, multi-day workshop.

This month, we provide some recommendations for taking care of your mental health as the onset of spring and the 2023 Boston Marathon approaches.

Street closures and parking restrictions will be in effect in Boston in the week leading up to the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 17, 2023.

HOMELESS CENSUS At the end of January, Mayor Michelle Wu led a group of volunteers, including U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development officials, City and State officials, homelessness...

This is the fourth and final community meeting to establish the types of uses and activities the community would like to see in a new center in Allston / Brighton and discuss location options.

Starting April 10, small, local businesses can apply for grants up to $15,000 to help address critical operating needs and grow capacity.

All residents are now eligible to pursue an associates degree program or a short-term certificate program free of cost at one of six partner community colleges.

This year, the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture and City of Boston Poet Laureate Porsha Olayiwola have partnered with the Fine Arts Work Center to offer full scholarships to six emerging writers.

We've finished transcribing our Ward 3 Women's Voter Registers from 1920 and have added them into an easily accessible, searchable, and sortable dataset.

For her residency, Boston Artist-in-Residence Ellice Patterson has been working with Jacob Wessel, Public Realm Manager at the Boston Transportation Department.

The SPARK Boston Council empowers our City’s young leaders with civic education, professional development, and networking opportunities.

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