Category: Massachusetts

Boston Public Schools shifts to all remote learning due to rising COVID-19 cases

Boston Public Schools announced today that due to a rising COVID-19 infection rate in the city, and in support of…

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$1,000,000 in grant funding available through 2021 Youth Development Fund

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Offices of Health and Human Services and Public Safety today announced $1,000,000 in grant…

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Compost your pumpkin after Halloween!

Compost your pumpkins this Halloween season! Composting your food waste creates a rich, black soil that is great for any yard and…

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Mayor Walsh announces $1,000,000 for 2021 youth development fund

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Offices of Health and Human Services and Public Safety today announced $1,000,000 in grant…

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Mayor Walsh files home rule petition to enact civil service reforms at the Boston Police

Mayor Martin J. Walsh has filed a home rule petition at the Boston City Council: “Petition for a Special Law Re:…

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City of Boston celebrates DÍa de Muertos with "Paseo de la Luna Azul"

Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Alberto Fierro, Consul General of Mexico in Boston, today announced a citywide photo collection process…

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Building a more intuitive Alexa skill for Boston

In 2019, we partnered with Code for Boston, a Code for America Brigade and grassroots organization, to create and launch…

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More fully human: Storytelling in the Boston Artists-in-Residence program

The team Victor is working with includes Tania Mireles, Geraldy St. Clair, and youth leaders Niasia, Sarah, Damara, Rashan, Lucas,…

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A message from Commissioner McCosh: Exercise your right to vote

Dear Disability Community Members, It feels like we’ve been talking about voting in the upcoming election for such a long time –…

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Applications for Rental Relief Fund reopened

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the reopening of applications for the Rental Relief Fund, created in early April to help…

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Demolition Delay application: 242 Baker Street, West Roxbury

Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) received a complete application to demolish the house and garage at 242 Baker Street in West…

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Demolition Delay application: 240 Baker Street, West Roxbury

Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) received a complete application to demolish the house at 240 Baker Street in West Roxbury, 02132….

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Demolition Delay application: 29 Romsey Street, Dorchester

Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) received a complete application to demolish the house at 29 Romsey Street in Dorchester, 02125. We…

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Demolition Delay application: 33 Romsey Street, Dorchester

Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) received a complete application to demolish the structure at 33 Romsey Street in Dorchester, 02125. We…

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