Boston will invest $5 million in initiatives to improve internet access and related digital concerns throughout the city.
Teens and younge adults across the US can apply to access the Boston Public Library’s digital resources.
Over 10 tall ships from around the world will visit Boston Harbor for the United State’s 250th birthday.
The Bay State will receive a federal grant to make key improvements to increase speed and frequency.
The new orders ban government agencies from purchasing single-use plastic bottles, and set biodiversity conservation goals for the coming decades.
Massachusetts is under a hurricane watch through Saturday, Sept. 16. Be prepared for strong winds and potential flooding.
Boston’s Zoning Code helps determine what is built and where. Here’s a breakdown of the updates that have been proposed to the 1960s code by the Mayor’s team.
Colorful seafood and bountiful bao satisfied the publication’s cravings around Boston.
The daytime hiking series Hike Boston will return with four hikes through October.
The State Primary Election on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Here’s your checklist to make sure you are election day ready and don’t miss any upcoming deadlines.
⛳ Whether you’re a weekend warrior or the next Tiger Woods, these 14 places to play golf around Boston are sure to make for a good round.
Residents can help write history by sharing their thoughts about phrasing, themes, and imagery for the state seal and motto.
An all-day music festival, night market, international carnival, and kid-friendly fun await you + your family this weekend.
The Residences at Rivergreen will add ~600 units along the Malden River and offer amenties like a rooftop deck and craft beer garden.
“Storrowed” (v) — When a truck hits one of the low clearance bridges on Storrow Drive.
The MBTA is shutting down parts of the Red Line for 16 days in October for repairs. Here’s your guide to navigating the shut down.
One person’s trash is in fact another persons treasure.
Check out these brunch restaurants, cafes, and diners in Boston, serving a variety of egg dishes, mimosas, bloody marys, and more.
Residents can now apply for a permit to charge their electric vehicles across sidewalks.
The portrait collection shares an up-close look at ‘The Boss’ across his decades-long career.
Find out which schools made the Princeton Review’s annual list of top US colleges
It’s been a busy week for Mayor Wu and city officials. Let’s catch up on these three recent announcements.
We know the real estate market is hot right now, so cool off with these three properties near the water in Boston.
Meet some of the 2023 fastest growing local companies in Boston featured on Inc. 5000’s list.
Boston Bruins long-time center David Krejci has announced he will retire from the NHL, for good this time.
Consider these our Hollywood signs.
Gov. Maura Healey signed the $55.98 billion state budget for the 2024 fiscal year and here’s what you need to know.
Save the date and stock up on school supplies at the second annual ANS Back to School Giveaway on Saturday, Aug. 19.
This piece of Boston Celtics history was processed into raw material ready for its next incarnation.
The first round of grant recipients will receive $2.8 million to support their businesses needs over the next three years and drive traffic to major neighborhoods, like Downtown Boston.
The national convention is returning to Boston for the first time in over 40 years. Here’s what to expect and how to get involved.
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