Boston Schools Preparing For Remote And Hybrid LearningMayor Marty Walsh said he expects to release a fall plan for Boston Public Schools within one or two weeks.
Walsh: Focus Is On Families After Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's Death Sentence OverturnedMayor Marty Walsh reacted to Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's appeals court win.
Boston Schools Planning For Remote Or Hybrid Reopening This FallBoston Schools will not be reopening with all students in the classroom this fall.
'Don't Do It Again,' Marty Walsh Warns Bay State Cruise Company After Photo Surfaces Of Crowded ShipBoston Mayor Marty Walsh criticized Bay State Cruise Company, which was issued a cease and desist order after a photo emerged of a crowded cruise ship over the weekend.
Mayor Walsh: Federal Officers Dispatched To Portland Protests 'Not Welcome' In BostonBoston Mayor Marty Walsh criticized the handling of protesters in Portland, Oregon, and called it "a political ploy by the President.”
Boston Opens 2 Pools To The Public, Online Registration RequiredBoston is opening two pools to the public but several coronavirus safety restrictions will be in place.
'Politicizing A Pandemic': Mayor Walsh Supports Lawsuit Against New Rules For Foreign StudentsBoston Mayor Marty Walsh said the policy puts politics head of public health.
'We Want People To Support Them': Boston Launching Summer Food Truck InitiativeThe City of Boston is launching a Summer Food Truck Initiative to help support small businesses that have been impacted by coronavirus.
Phase 1 Renovations Begin On City Hall PlazaThe first phase of the renovation will focus on making the plaza more accessible and updating program capabilities.
11-Year-Old Boy Seriously Injured By Fireworks In BostonAn 11-year-old is hospitalized after he was injured by fireworks in Boston, Mayor Walsh said Friday.
July 4th Weekend Not The Time For Large Gatherings Or Fireworks, Walsh SaysMayor Marty Walsh issued safety warnings about coronavirus and fireworks in Boston ahead of the July 4th weekend.
Mayor Walsh Asks Residents To Keep Fourth Of July Plans 'Limited' Due To CoronavirusBoston Mayor Marty Walsh is reminding residents to be mindful of the coronavirus pandemic despite the desire to celebrate the Fourth of July this weekend.
Karilyn Crockett Named Boston's New Chief Of EquityMayor Marty Walsh named Karilyn Crockett as the first head of Boston’s newly formed Equity and Inclusion Cabinet.
Walsh Announces Initiatives Aimed At Addressing Racial Inequity In BostonBoston Mayor Marty Walsh announced a series of new initiatives aimed at addressing racial inequity in the city.
Boston City Council Passes Revised Budget; Critics Say Police Funds Still Too High The Boston City Council has passed a revised budget by a narrow margin of 8-5 that reallocates some police funds, but some council critics say does not meet the moment amid calls for police defunding and structural change.