Boston Celebrates Pride With Record-Breaking CrowdsBoston's annual Pride Parade got underway on Saturday with record-breaking numbers.
Mayor Walsh: Straight Pride Parade Permit Can't Be Denied Based On ValuesBoston Mayor Marty Walsh explained the situation in a Twitter thread Thursday.
Amazon Breaks Ground On New Office In SeaportThe Seaport building is expected to open in 2021 and bring 2,000 Amazon jobs to the city.
Boston Cyclists Hold Rally To Pressure City Hall For Safer Bike LanesCyclists in Boston put on a rally and ride protest Sunday to say bike safety improvements in the city are moving too slowly.
Boston Police Officers Begin Receiving Body Camera EquipmentMayor Marty Walsh expects the cameras will be in use later this spring.
Boston 'Well Prepared' For Marathon, Spectators Reminded 'This Is A Family Day'There is no threat to the Boston Marathon or any related events at this time.
Mayor Walsh Proposes Pick Up, Drop Off Zones For Uber, Lyft In BostonBoston Mayor Marty Walsh is proposing several transportation changes, including one that would create pickup spots for Uber and Lyft rides.
Boston Taking Steps To Recognize Long Ties To SlaveryMayor Mary Walsh's administration has proposed spending $315,000 to restore 17th- and 18th-century artifacts found beneath Faneuil Hall.
Mayor Walsh Asks People To Stay Off The Roads As Boston Prepares For SnowBoston Mayor Marty Walsh is asking people to keep the roads clear, so students can get home and plows can clear the roads.
Mayor Walsh Helps Driver Whose Car Caught Fire On I-93Boston Mayor Marty Walsh helped a stranger on the side of the road Tuesday night.
Mayor Walsh Tells Patriots Fans In Boston 'Be Smart' After Super BowlMayor Marty Walsh and Police Commissioner William Gross said they want fans to act respectfully in Boston on Sunday night, win or lose.