From new VPs to fresh project managers, see who’s been hired, promoted and honored: it’s The Personnel File.
The Mayor’s Office is reaching out to Boston tenants at risk of eviction as the statewide eviction moratorium creeps closer to its Oct. 17 expiration.
During his State of the City speech on Tuesday night, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced the creation of a new Economic Development Center focused on connecting residents to better jobs, helping small businesses grow and improve public input in economic development and policy-making.
The time has come for the city of Boston to incorporate ridesharing into all of its mobility planning. This is most critical when it comes to allocating precious curb space to the many competing demands for this valuable urban terrain. The changing needs of our mobility system must drive changes in our parking policies.
The Rose Kennedy Greenway is now one of the most welcoming collections of open and civic spaces in downtown Boston and along its waterfront. This is not by accident.
The city of Boston may be left salting its wounds in the future, following Trump’s travel ban.