CITY OF BOSTON REMINDS RESIDENTS OF VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE AHEAD OF STATE PRIMARIES

BOSTON – Tuesday, August 14, 2018 – The City of Boston is reminding residents that the voter registration deadline for the September 4, 2018

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BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY REACHES GOAL OF READING ONE MILLION MINUTES THIS SUMMER

1.6 million minutes reached; initiative continues BOSTON – August 08, 2018 – Boston Public Library announced today that Boston readers read 1.6 million minutes

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MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES NEXT STEPS TOWARDS IMPLEMENTATION OF POLICE WORN BODY CAMERAS, SHARES FINAL REPORT

BOSTON – Thursday, August 2, 2018 – Building on his commitment to prioritizing public safety and continuing to build strong police-community relations, Mayor Martin

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FACT SHEET ON CYANOBACTERIA (“BLUE-GREEN” ALGAE) BLOOMS IN BURLINGTON

● North Beach closed due to presence of blooms ● All other beaches are open and available for recreation Today (8/3/18), Burlington Parks, Recreation

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MAYOR WALSH CALLS ON RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPERS FOR MULTI-CITY, LARGE-SCALE PROJECTS

City of Boston leads Request for Information of large-scale renewable energy projects to meet the collective demand of 20 U.S. cities. BOSTON – Tuesday,

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PARKER HILL BRANCH LIBRARY REOPENS FOLLOWING $2.4 MILLION IMPROVEMENT

[dellay +1 hour] Mission Hill, BOSTON – July 31, 2018 – City and State officials, along with residents and library staff, celebrated the reopening

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