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Boston Marathon Traffic and Parking Advisory
April 14, 2014 - Transportation
Vehicle traffic will be prohibited and parking will be restricted on many streets in Boston in the days leading up to the Boston Marathon and on Marathon Monday, April 21, 2014.  The Boston Transportation Department strongly recommends that t...
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Officials Outline Boston Marathon Public Safety Plans
April 12, 2014 - Mayor's Office
As the City of Boston prepares for millions of visitors over the next week culminating in the 118th Boston Marathon, city officials today released detailed public safety plans for Boston's approximately 2 miles of marathon route. Teams of lead...
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New exhibit features mementos from Boston Marathon bombing memorial
April 07, 2014 - Mayor's Office
From the survivors, to Bostonians, to those who watched the carnage of the Boston Marathon bombing on televisions around the world, people sought a way to show their support for the victims and the city of Boston. Mail poured in from acros...
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Statement of Mayor Martin J. Walsh on the Back Bay Fire
March 26, 2014 - Mayor's Office
Tonight the City of Boston mourns the loss of two of our own. Lt. Ed Walsh and Firefighter Michael Kennedy lost their lives battling the nine-alarm fire on Beacon Street today. Words cannot do justice to the grief that we feel tonight. Our...
Boston Approves Late-Night Pilot for Food Trucks
March 13, 2014 - Mayor's Office
BOSTON – On Tuesday, April 1, residents and visitors in three areas – Copley Square, Boston University, and Northeastern University – will have new late-night dining options: food trucks. Mayor Martin J. Walsh's Mobile Food T...
Work Underway To Preserve Boston Marathon Memorial
March 06, 2014 - Mayor's Office
The emotional impact of the Boston Marathon bombings stretched far beyond the city of Boston. The impromptu memorial at Copley Square became a shrine for people from around the world to express their sadness, and their hope. Extensive work is unde...
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A Letter to Residents & Businesses Located in Impacted Boylston St. Area
April 22, 2013 - Mayor's Office
Dear residents and business owners in impacted areas:Mayor Thomas M. Menino has announced a staggered schedule for businesses and residents to begin returning to the impacted areas of Boylston Street.While Boylston Street w...
Boston Public Library to Host April 10 Public Program on Johnson Building Project
March 29, 2013 - Library
Boston Public Library will host a public program on Wednesday, April 10, at 6 p.m. to update library users and interested residents on the early phases of the Johnson Building Improvement Project. The program will take place in Rabb Lecture Hall, ...
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Mayor Menino Taps Brian Swett for Top Environment and Energy Post
July 20, 2012 - Environmental and Energy
Today, Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino announced that Brian Swett will be the City’s new Chief of Environment and Energy.  Swett will lead the next phase of Boston’s sustainability efforts, which are already improving Boston’s...
Boston Public Library Hosts Trio of Saturday Concerts in the Courtyard
July 12, 2012 - Library
BOSTON– July 12, 2012 – The Boston Public Library’s popular Concerts in the Courtyard series will include three talented g...
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