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Awake! Awake! ye sisters all, in this our glorious land, and muster to the bugle call to lend a helping hand; to set the strife where such be rife, good will to all and cheer, clean government, new...

City to observe One Boston Day with acts of kindness and community service.

Ramadan is the holy month of fasting and spiritual renewal for Muslims worldwide.

This week, the City Council adopted a resolution to improve quality of life by way of activating space, creating green open spaces, and place making and keeping for youth and families in District...

In 1983, Women’s Organization of Cape Verde (OMCV) proposed March 27 to be Kriola’s International Day or International Cape Verdean Women’s Day.

The Council, Council Staff and Central Staff would like to send their condolences and thoughts to the family of Robert F. Hannan, a retired member of Central Staff, who passed away on March 9, 2023...

Mayor Michelle Wu and the Office of Civic Organizing (OCO) today announced the Love Your Block spring 2023 cleanups will take place on April 22 and 29.

Young Black Leaders Boston includes a 6-week spring course for the 20 selected students.

Boston UPK seeks additional community-based and family child care providers.

Federal grants will invest $1.75 million in modernization and energy upgrades at Ausonia Homes.

The industry was represented by a range of biotech companies, including Alnylam, Biogen, Ginkgo Bioworks, Rhythm Pharmaceuticals, and Vertex.

The Council adopted a resolution offered by Council President Flynn to inform veterans about the resources available to them through the PACT Act.

Eversource Energy has begun construction of a new transmission substation facility located on the Chelsea Creek Waterfront in East Boston, and the Council voted (11-2) to adopt a resolution, opposing...

BPHC Encourages COVID-19 Safety During St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations

These measures expand upon the Wu administration’s commitment to a just energy transition and a Green New Deal for Boston.

Applications are now available, with 7,000 summer jobs open for Boston youth.

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

The month of March is recognized as National Women’s History Month by communities throughout the United States, and International Women’s Day is celebrated globally, in order to honor and celebrate...

The City of Boston and the #ARTSTAYSHERE Coalition announced that after a build-out by The Record Co., the interim music rehearsal space at 55 Morrissey Blvd. in Dorchester has opened.

BOSTON—March 14, 2023—The Boston Public Health Commission has issued a public health warning related to a recent sewage discharge, also known as a combined sewer overflow (CSO). State regulations...

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Mayor Michelle Wu today announced Boston Artisan Market (BAM), a new activation featuring Boston-based vendors in the recently opened pavilion building on City Hall Plaza.

This new initiative supports the reproductive wellness needs of parents, particularly Black and Brown women, who have recently given birth or are expecting to give birth soon.

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution offered by Councilor Mejia calling for equal treatment of all missing women cases in the City of Boston.

Happy New Year from ReadBoston! It’s been an exciting time as we, once again, had the opportunity to engage with our community near and far. Here is a look at what we have been up to over the past...

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Read a statement from Veterans Services Commissioner Robert Santiago about the PACT Act and VA Claims

We are building a family friendly Boston where our kids have the resources they need to thrive.

One hundred and sixty arts and cultural organizations have been awarded grants totaling $626,000 through this year's Boston Cultural Council grant program.

Seniors in the City of Boston have served this city for decades, contributing to its growth and success. The Council adopted a resolution to explore a need for a senior recreational center in Roxbury...

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