The City of Boston will expand the free fare program creating an estimated savings of $6+ million for Bostonians.
Mayor Wu launched the “BPS Sundays” program at the start of February.
A real estate group now has the keys to the historic downtown property.
The Franklin Field Apartments community has been selected for the the city’s first networked geothermal pilot project.
Here’s a by the numbers breakdown of how Gov. Healey plans to spend the FY25 budget totaling $58 billion.
A new wave of suspensions will halt service throughout the Orange, Red, and Green Lines this winter.
A team of tree experts will care for 500+ trees throughout Olmsted Park, beginning the second seven-year tree pruning cycle across the entire Emerald Necklace park system.
A new partnership between the Boston Public Schools and Mass General Brigham will further develop the health career-focused high school.
The Faneuil Branch of the Boston Public Library will reopen to the public on Thursday, Jan. 25 in Oak Square.
Consider this your sign to book a sauna session or cold plunge in the city.
To help make your Logan Airport experience as smooth as possible, we’ve created a guide that covers everything from the four terminals to parking and popular international flights.
With multiple programs and initiatives, the City of Boston sounds like a great place to grow up. What do you think?
Thanks to the EPA’s Clean School Bus Program, Boston has funding to purchase 50 additional electric school buses.
The new food hall will be serving up delicious eats from Michelin-starred chef John Fraser.
We’re commemorating 2023 the best way we know how — highlighting local photos through our BOStoday Picture of the Year contest.
As the city prepares for the potential of the first snowfall of the season, here are a few things to keep mind.
The new plan proposes closing many existing schools in favor or bolstering enrollment and student offerings at larger facilities.
There is a lot of buzz about AI these days — here are a few updates about how our community is working to develop the future of AI.
From buzzy AI articles, to an eerie tour of a Boston landmark, here’s what our readers flocked to this year.
A whale of a new sculpture stroll is coming to Downtown Crossing through March.
The all-day event will use networking, educational sessions, and panels to foster connections between civic leaders and Boston residents.
2023’s “Google Year in Search” is out — check out what Bostonians were searching most this year (it might surprise you).
By 2026, local high school football teams will need to a new field for home games and practices.
After 100+ years of manufacturing blades in South Boston, the company has shared its intentions for its 31-acre campus along Fort Point Channel.
Here’s everything you need to know about the annual event’s new location, music schedule, and winter wonderland acticvities.
The city will add over 70 new signs featuring the Native Massachusett language in the spring in East Cambridge.
We’re cracking open the details on a part of the urban agriculture rules for our city.
Eligible restaurants, bars, taverns, food trucks, and juice shops can apply for grants between $2,000 and $15,000 as part of Mayor Wu’s new program.
It’s only a matter of time before winter arrives in Boston and city officials have plans and resources in place for the season.
Curious what AI has to say about Boston? Here are a few questions and answers about our city with an online artificial intelligence program.
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