Mayor’s Column: Updates to Trash and Recycling Pickup Will Improve Efficiency & Convenience for...

By Mayor Martin J. Walsh Mayor's Office Photo by Jeremiah Robinson. One of the most...

City Council Updates: Diversity in Boston’s Art Communities and Textile Recycling

The Boston City Council will hold hearings regarding how to promote diversity in Boston’s art community. This comes after...

Boston City Council Wants More Affordable Housing

The Boston City Council wants more affordable housing in the city and wants developers to contribute and help with the housing crisis.

Council Wants Menstrual Equity in Boston

The Boston City Council wants to make sure everyone who needs menstrual products has access to them, regardless of income. 

Council Pushes Ahead With Cannabis Industry Regulations

The Boston City Council is pushing ahead with their goals to make the growing marijuana industry more equitable for all residents of...

Officials Get Feedback on Northern Ave Bridge

Residents packed a room to hear about plans for the Northern Ave Bridge Boston residents packed the room...

Rep. Michlewitz Announces State Funding for North End Arts and Sports Programs

From the Office of State Representative Aaron Michlewitz ... The Massachusetts House of Representatives recently passed its fiscal 2020...

Over Sixty Candidates Running for Boston City Council

A seat on the Boston City Council has become a hot ticket item. More than 60 Boston residents plan...

Dock Square Garage Project Still Under Review

The design of the Dock Square Garage project continues to be under review. The Boston Planning and Development...

Coffee Hour with Councilor Lydia Edwards on June 1st

District One City Councilor Lydia Edwards will be holding a "North End Day of Action" including a neighborhood coffee hour, 11-1, at...

Councilor Worried About Impact Casino Will Have on Seniors

Boston City Councilor Althea Garrison is worried about the impact casinos will have on Boston residents especially senior citizens. 

Community Meetings Over Urban Renewal Zones to Happen Soon

The Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA, formerly known as the BRA) recently shared with the Boston City Council that it will...