For First Time, Transgender Flag Flies Over Boston City HallAs the Massachusetts Senate prepares to debate a bill that would expand rights for transgender people next week, Mayor Marty Walsh raised a flag celebrating transgender equality over Boston City Hall.
Mayor Walsh, Area Businesses Sign Pledge To Close Gender Wage Gap100% Talent: The Boston Women’s Compact is a voluntary pledge and first-in-the-nation effort to tackle the gender wage gap in the workplace.
Hundreds Gather At Boston City Hall For Public Education RallyHundreds of students and teachers gathered in front of Boston City Hall to protest education cuts and promote support of public education Wednesday.
Mayor Announces Plan To Install LED Lights At Boston City HallDreary Boston City Hall will be getting a much needed facelift when LED lighting is installed later this year.
Boston Residents Asked To Sign Condolence Book For Paris VictimsBoston Mayor Marty Walsh is opening the doors of City Hall for residents to come and show their support for those injured and killed Friday night in Paris.
Boston Summer Festivals: Dominican Festival 2015
Walsh To Sign $400,000 Lighting Deal To Brighten City HallCity Hall may soon be getting a face lift of sorts, as Mayor Marty Walsh plans to sign a $400,000-per-year contract to have permanent exterior lighting fixtures installed.
AstroTurf, Lawn Games Coming To Boston City Hall PlazaMayor Marty Walsh’s office said a 40-foot-by-40 foot stretch of AstroTurf is scheduled to be installed on City Hall Plaza next week.
Mayor Walsh Creates Gender Neutral Restrooms In City HallBoston Mayor Marty Walsh has signed an executive order creating gender-neutral restrooms inside City Hall.
Keller @ Large: How To Improve City Hall PlazaDone properly, this could transform Boston’s worst public space into its best.
Patriots Thank Fans For Support At Super Bowl Send-Off RallyThe Patriots thanked their fans for all their support at a Super Bowl send-off rally before heading to Logan for a flight to Arizona.
Cab Drivers Protest Outside Boston City Hall Hearing On UberThings got a little loud around Boston City Hall Monday afternoon as cab drivers protested outside before a hearing inside on Uber and LYFT.