Recount For Contested Boston City Council Seat Begins, Could Last Until MondayBoston officials are expected to begin recounting tens of thousands of election ballots to settle a contested City Council seat.
Newly Elected Boston City Councilors Used 'Old School' PoliticsCandidates for City Council made history by getting people out to vote the old school way.
Boston Elects Its Most Diverse City Council, Reflecting Changing DemographicsThe newly elected Boston City Council is the most diverse in the city's history, with non-white and female majorities.
More Than 50 Have Applied For Pot Shop Licenses In BostonCity Council members want to make sure license holders are local and diverse. 
City Council Considers Allowing Non-Citizens To Vote In BostonThere has been strong reaction to a controversial new idea to allow non-citizens to vote in Boston elections.
Boston Weighs Giving Legal, Non-US Citizens Voting RightsNon-U.S. citizens living in the country legally may one day be allowed to vote in Boston elections.
Airbnb, Hosts Upset After Boston Votes To Regulate Short-Term RentalsBoston is cracking down on short-term rentals like Airbnb.
Hearing Planned In Boston For Proposed 13-Hospital MergerThe Boston City Council is planning to hold a public hearing on one of the largest hospital mergers ever proposed in Massachusetts.
Keller @ Large: City Council President Wants Boston To 'Think Outside The Box'It has become customary for Boston City Council presidents to join Jon Keller to discuss their agenda.
Boston City Council Approves Plastic Bag BanThe ordinance to ban plastic bags was approved on Wednesday in a 10-0 vote.
Boston City Council Votes To Lower Default Speed Limit To 25 MPHBoston's City Council passed an ordnance to reduce the speed limit on Wednesday.