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.
Boston Police Announce Details Of Body Camera ProgramBoston's roughly 2,100-member police force promises to launch a six-month test of 100 cameras by July.
Keller @ Large: Michelle Wu Talks Diversity In PoliticsNewly-elected Boston City Council President Michelle Wu is the first Asian-American woman to serve on the city council.
Boston City Council Votes To Give Itself $12k RaiseThe Boston City Council has voted to give itself a $12,000 raise just days before members face re-election.
Boston Mayor And City Councilors Seek Hefty Pay RaisesMayor Walsh called his proposal a fair compromise and said he wouldn't take his pay raise, if approved.
Boston City Council Considering Police Officer Body Camera ProposalThe city's top officials are sounding lukewarm about the contentious idea.