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Today Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh declared racism a public health crisis in the City of Boston. Read more here about the immediate actions being taken to address the impact racism has on the health and well-being of residents in the City:

A group of local organizations, businesses and community members is asking the city of Lowell to follow Boston Mayor Martin Walsh’s lead and declare racism a public health crisis.

Boston city councilors are considering rejecting Mayor Martin Walsh’s revised budget over differences on police funding cuts — putting the city on track for a provisional budget that the administration warns would mean layoffs

Mayor Martin Walsh has yet to explain how he would “reallocate some” of the Boston police budget, but several councilors have ideas

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh said Sunday he was ready to "reallocate some" of the Boston Police budget as the city responds to widespread calls for justice #Bospoli  #Mapoli 

The @BAA  has announced that the 124th Boston Marathon will be held as a virtual event, following Boston Mayor Martin Walsh’s cancellation of the marathon as a mass participation road running event due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Watch live at 11:30 a.m.: Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh expected to speak amid ongoing protests, coronavirus pandemic

"The Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) has announced that the 124th Boston Marathon will be held as a virtual event, following Boston Mayor Martin Walsh’s cancellation of the marathon as a mass participation road running event due to the COVID-19 pandemic ...

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Officer Jose Fontanez, a 29-year member of the Boston Police Department, died Tuesday at Boston Medical Center, Mayor Martin J. Walsh said. He was 53, and had four children. He had served in Jamaica Plain since 1996.

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh: "I think we need more consistency across the country ... One state's doing this and one state's doing that. I think we need consistency in shutting everything down."

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh: "I think we need more consistency across the country ... One state's doing this and one state's doing that. I think we need consistency in shutting everything down."

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh: "I think we need more consistency across the country ... One state's doing this and one state's doing that. I think we need consistency in shutting everything down."

Boston Public Schools will close Tuesday and stay closed until April 27, Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced Friday. “We have determined that now is the time to take bold action, and slow the spread of the virus,” Walsh said. #coronavirus 

This touching message from Boston Mayor, Martin Walsh, is too sweet. ? (? TW: @andystrickland )

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#BREAKING : Mayor Martin J. Walsh selected William G. Gross to succeed Evans. Gross will become the first person of color ever to lead the Boston Police.

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