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The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) has received an application to demolish the residential building at 105 Moss Hill Road in Jamaica Plain.

The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) has received an application to demolish the residential building at 230 Washington Street in Brighton.

Street closures and parking restrictions will be in effect for the Vendome Memorial on Commonwealth Avenue.

Four public artworks in Dorchester and Roxbury are being conserved this month.

Nelson will lead the cabinet’s work to advance racial equity through strategic partnerships and initiatives.

Dr. Simon will guide a public health strategy to support Bostonians’ growing mental and behavioral health needs at the Boston Public Health Commission.

Street closures and parking restrictions will be in effect in the City of Boston.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the appointments of Alex Lawrence as Chief People Officer and Ashley Groffenberger as Chief Financial Officer.

The Age Strong Commission supports the Alzheimer’s Association’s THE LONGEST DAY campaign, raising awareness of those living with Alzheimer’s Disease, other dementias, and their care partners.

Mayor Wu provided comments in response to NHTSA’s proposed updates to the New Car Assessment Program.

Street closures and parking restrictions will be in effect in Boston from June 13 - 19.

The Work and Family Mobility Act is now law. Starting in July 2023, eligible Massachusetts residents will be able to obtain a state-issued ID or driver’s license regardless of immigration status.

The Bunker Hill parade and the Battle of Bunker Hill road race will be taking place on Sunday, June 12 , 2022, which will impact traffic and parking in Charlestown.

Mayor Michelle Wu appointed Marta E. Rivera to be the permanent Commissioner of Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF). She has served as Interim Commissioner since September.

The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) has received an application to demolish the commercial building at 120 West 4th Street in South Boston.

The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) has received an application to demolish the residential building at 60 Matchett Street in Brighton.

The annual report for the Mayor's Commission for Persons Disabilities highlights the work that the commission has done to improve accessibility in Boston over the last year.

The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) has received an application to demolish the garage at 24 Kenilworth Street in Roxbury.

The project will replace 64 aging public housing units with 142 affordable homes for Boston seniors and disabled adults.

The initiative is aimed at celebrating Pride Month with a series of events throughout Downtown Boston that are free and open to the public.

In Dorchester, the annual Dorchester Day Parade will be held on Sunday, June 5, 2022, as well as the annual Project D.E.E.P. 5k Road Race. The Corrib Road Race will be held in West Roxbury on Sunday.

Three Open Streets half-day events will occur in different neighborhoods, and Copley Connect will close part of Dartmouth Street to motor vehicle traffic for 10 days

In this role, Roberts will lead the Office of LGBTQ+ Advancement, which works to empower, protect and advance the rights, dignity, and advancement of LGBTQ+ residents.

This month, we look at events, resources and supports for LGBTQ individuals, as well as summer camp resources for parents.

Projects feature new income-restricted housing and greenspace in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood.

​For this season's graduations and large events, the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) is offering recommendations.

All registered family child care providers will receive $3,260 in flexible spending.

Today's post is simply to honor and remember the more than 15,000 veterans who are buried at Mount Hope Cemetery on this Memorial Day.

The long-vacant East Second Street parcel includes a butterfly and bee garden, bistro-style seating, a memorial bench, and a bocce court.

The new pickup program will turn residents’ food waste into compost and clean energy, expanding citywide composting options.

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