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The Boston Parks and Recreation Department’s 2022 ParkARTS Citywide Neighborhood Concert Series offers top-notch musical entertainment in local parks from July 11 through August 10

Read the latest updates from the Mayor's Office of Housing.

Swimmers looking to use the outdoor pool are asked to register ahead of time.

The renovation preserves 97 units of income-restricted housing in the South End.

Sixty units will be built in West Roxbury to serve low-income families.

Mayor Michelle Wu and the City of Boston Scholarship Committee this week awarded scholarships to 10 Boston students to help fund their higher education.

Melnea Agnes Cass dedicated her life to improving the world around her. Read more about the early life of this Boston champion.

The mural is expected to be completed by early July.

Events include the JP Morgan Corporate Challenge Road Race, Fete de la Musique World Music Day, Trans Resistance March, and Annual BAA 10K.

The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) has received an application to demolish the commercial buildings at 1121 Dorchester Ave in Dorchester.

The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) has received an application to demolish the residential building at 31 Savin Hill Avenue in Dorchester.

The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) has received an application to demolish the residential buildings at 804 Hyde Park Avenue and 161 Clare Avenue in Hyde Park.

The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) has received an application to demolish the residential building at 14 Euclid Street in Dorchester.

The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) today announced it is recommending that all Boston children and infants ages 6-months and older get vaccinated against COVID-19.

Former Barton Rogers School will provide 74 mixed-income rental units for seniors, with over 10,000 square feet of community space.

After 15 years, Kerry Jordan, the Council’s TV Operations and Technology Manager will bang his gavel, ending his tenure with the Council.

This tragedy was the largest Line of Duty Death in the history of the Boston Fire Department.

During this week’s Council meeting, the Council adopted a resolution with a unanimous vote to acknowledge, condemn and apologize for the role played by the City of Boston in the trans-Atlantic slave...

BCYF Draper Pool in West Roxbury will close on Friday, June 24, 2022, for a construction project that will include boiler replacement, ventilation system installation, and pool filtration replacement.

BCYF Clougherty Pool will not open for the summer 2022 Season.

As Boston’s Area Agency on Aging (AAA), the Age Strong Commission annually awards Federal Older Americans Act (Title III) funds to area nonprofits who provide direct services to Boston’s older adults...

The Boston Seamen’s Port and Aid Society’s lot on Ocean Avenue in Mount Hope Cemetery is a tall, black granite monument crowned with an urn, it honors Rev. Edward T. Taylor. Taylor was arguably the...

Read about all things Inspectional Services.

The Council adopted a resolution offered by Councilor Breadon, recognizing the month of June 2022 as “LGBTQIA+ Pride Month” in the City of Boston.

Fighting on behalf of her community is the only thing Gabriela “Gigi” Coletta has ever known.

The report lays a foundation for new uses and development, including for affordable housing. A community process will inform the future of identified, high-impact sites

Even though today marks the 10-year anniversary since the creation of DACA, its future is unfortunately still uncertain. We are asking the Biden administration to permanently protect the millions of...

Rolling street closures will be in effect for the Juneteenth Emancipation Observance Parade.

Pond is now fully open to the public for recreational activities.

The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) has received an application to demolish the residential building at 665 West Roxbury Parkway in West Roxbury.

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