Marty Walsh

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh (WBZ-TV)

Mayor Marty Walsh Treated For Kidney Stone

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is doing well after a brief visit to the hospital for a kidney stone, his spokeswoman said Sunday.

10/26/2014

Former Boston Mayor Ray Flynn (WBZ-TV)

Lawmakers React To Menino’s Decision To Suspend Cancer Treatments

Politicians are reacting to Tom Menino’s decision to suspend cancer treatments.

10/24/2014

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh (WBZ-TV)

Mayor Walsh Vetoes Pay Raise For Boston City Councilors

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh has vetoed a pay raise for city councilors.

10/24/2014

Mayor Marty Walsh welcomes Head Of The Charles competitors. (Photo Credit Head of the Charles Regatta)

Walsh Welcomes Head Of The Charles Competitors

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has welcomed participants to the Head of the Charles regatta with the christening of a scull on City Hall Plaza.

10/12/2014

Boston Public Market under construction (WBZ-TV)

Keller @ Large: Boston Public Market Unlikely To Dazzle

After years of waiting, Boston will finally have a market that features local farm goods, cooking lessons, and other attractions.

10/09/2014

The Long Island Bridge. (WBZ-TV)

Homeless Displaced In Boston Due To Unsafe Bridge

City officials are scrambling to make sure the homeless population in Boston is taken care of after a much needed shelter on Long Island was closed.

10/09/2014

Mayor Walsh

NightSide – Wednesdays With Walsh

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is in studio.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–09/15/2014

U2. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)

U2 At Fenway Park? Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Hopes So

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh hopes so because they’re one of his favorite bands.

09/15/2014

Damage caused by fire in Allston. (Photo from Boston Fire/Twitter)

Investigators Seek Cause Of Nine-Alarm Allston Fire

Boston firefighters have not yet determined the cause of a nine-alarm fire in Allston that displaced dozens of residents and injured multiple people.

09/04/2014

(Photo Illustration by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Boston Mayor Calls Gaming Commission Decision ‘Petty’

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on Friday called the Massachusetts Gaming Commission’s decision to strip Boston of its surrounding community status for the planned Everett casino “petty,” saying the commission makes up the rules as it goes.

08/08/2014

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