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Update: Sat., Feb. 21, 8:20 p.m.— Church and school officials— with assistance from the city of Boston— have devised a plan to resume classes for St. John Paul II Catholic Academy's Columbia campus in the wake of a devastating flood that left large... Read more
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The city of Boston is in the throes of a historic bout of snow and it shows little sign of letting up, officials say.
Mayor Martin Walsh encouraged residents to stay off the city streets for the rest of the day Monday... Read more
New details emerge on Columbia Point, Franklin Park impacts
Proponents of Boston 2024’s Olympic bid outlined elements of the presentation that won the city a seat at the international table last month during a press conference... Read more
Boston 2024 and other Olympics bid supporters have made transparency a major part of their public messaging, but have released little information about the bid that helped them prevail over competitors before the U.S. Olympic Committee.... Read more
Boston’s bid to secure the 2024 summer Olympic games won the US committee’s nod last Thursday— a significant victory for proponents of the idea, most notably Mayor Martin Walsh, who has become the most prominent public face of the effort. Walsh... Read more
Boston Public Schools officials expressed hope Monday night that the new superintendent will be selected and seated by the beginning of July.
The timeline was laid out at the Lilla G. Frederick Pilot Middle School during the final public meeting... Read more
Next week, as Mayor Martin Walsh steps to the mic to deliver his first-ever State of the City address, he’ll have a laundry list of policy initiatives to roll out. Watch for one of them to be a renewed push to get all four-year old Bostonians enrolled... Read more
Schoolchildren in 20 select Boston Public Schools will get an additional 40 minutes of instructional time starting next fall if a deal hammered out between the Walsh administration and union leaders is ratified by teachers and the Boston School... Read more