With 20 percent of city service requests coming from residents' smart phones, the mobile app is changing the way residents communicate with local government.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has made Wiconsin Representative Paul Ryan his vice presidential choice.
The Boston City Council approved the school committee plan that would expand student's access to high-performing schools, but also results in the loss of a Mission Hill k-8 neighborhood school.
The council also talked about new parking meter technology and approved $1 million for public parks during the May 16 regular meeting.
Highlights from the Boston City Council's weekly meeting.
MBTA riders gathered to express their sentiments regarding possible fare hikes and service cuts.
Councilors Mike Ross and Felix Arroyo have been working to pass a Home Rule Petition to allow city regulation of commercial trash collection.
Massachusetts Democratic Party Chair John Walsh’s statement on President Obama’s State of the Union Address.
City councilor Mike Ross will not pursue the 4th Congressional seat long held by Barney Frank.
The City Council adopted a rule change that no longer requires that City Council President to step down at the end of a one-year term.
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