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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh encouraging all residents to get tested for COVID-19

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BOSTON — Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on Tuesday said he was encouraging all city residents to get tested for COVID-19, regardless of whether they have had symptoms or contact with…

City Council passes proposal to keep Boston tenants informed during evictions

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By Danny McDonald Globe Staff,Updated October 21, 2020 The Boston City Council on Wednesday unanimously passed a measure from Mayor Martin J. Walsh aimed at keeping tenants informed of their…

Boston Reopens Rental Relief Fund After Statewide Moratorium On Evictions Ends

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BOSTON (CBS) — Applications will be accepted once again for the Boston Rental Relief Fund. In a statement Tuesday, Mayor Marty Walsh announced that $5 million will be made available…


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Read the Mayor’s remarks during the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Virtual Government Affairs Forum held on  September 29, 2020. Good morning to all the leaders, members, and guests of…


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