'We Are At Another Critical Point' Boston Mayor Walsh Cautions On Covid-19 IncreaseThere were 355 new confirmed cases of coronavirus in Boston reported Thursday.
Boarded-Up Buildings, Heavy Police Presence As Boston Awaits Election ResultsPeople who live and work in Boston are getting used to its ominous new look. There’s plywood over windows, and police with batons guarding business districts.
Boston Reopens Rental Relief Fund After Statewide Moratorium On Evictions EndsApplications will be accepted once again for the Boston Rental Relief Fund.
Beheaded Christopher Columbus Statue Will Not Return To North End ParkThe city will work with the community to create a new statue that highlights the Italian immigrant community.
Walsh, Gross Condemn 'Cowardly' Shooting Of Clerk In RoxburyBoston Mayor Marty Walsh and Police Commissioner William Gross are calling for and end to violence in the city after the shooting of a store clerk in Roxbury.
Mayor Walsh Warns Boston Tourism Will Have Slow ReturnAs several tourist destinations in Boston plan to reopen soon, Mayor Marty Walsh warns the industry is in for “a bit of a ride.”
'It Will Take Baby Steps': Boston Residents Hopeful For More Inclusive FutureHundreds of people turned out to bring awareness to police brutality and social injustice in Roslindale Square.
Boston To Allow Construction Work To Expand 'Incrementally'The city of Boston says construction work will expand “incrementally” the next few weeks, as Massachusetts make plans to begin a phased reopening of businesses.
Coronavirus Crisis: Boston Restaurants Now Allowed To Sell Grocery Items, Paper ProductsRestaurants in Boston will now be allowed to sell grocery items including produce and paper products.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Speaks To City's Children About Coronavirus On TwitterBoston Mayor Marty Walsh addressed the city's children Sunday.
Baker Will Be Careful About Letting 'Insidious' Coronavirus Come BackMass. Gov. Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh both warned that coronavirus precautions may be in place for awhile.