May.04 — It’s been a little over a month since Kim Janey made history as the first woman and first Black mayor of Boston. She stepped in after Marty Walsh resigned to become President Biden’s labor secretary. Interim Mayor Janey spoke exclusively with Bloomberg Baystate Business co-host Joe Shortsleeve about Boston’s reopening plans and how remote work means the city will never go back to normal.
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News Analysis: Contrary to Interim Admin’s claim, Parents, Teachers say schools yet to reopen in Mekelle
On Monday, June 7, 2021 state run media announced that schools have reopened in Tigray’s capital Mekelle. It was also announced that 30 private and 32 government schools started the learning process, ...
Read Acting Mayor Kim Janey’s statement on the Boston School Committee resignations
"Their private remarks, which were recently made public, were unfortunate and unfairly disparaged members of the Boston Public Schools community," Janey said in a statement.
Boston Police Commissioner Dennis White has been fired
Acting Mayor Kim Janey announced Monday she fired Boston Police Commissioner Dennis White. Read more on Boston.com.
Remote Workers Face Uncertainty About Returning To 'Normal' As Offices And Businesses Reopen
Plus, WBUR's Deborah Becker brings us the latest from Boston City Hall -- where Acting Mayor Kim Janey officially terminated Police Commissioner Dennis White Monday afternoon.
Janey: Dennis White Out As Boston Police Commissioner
Dennis White, who served as Boston’s Police Commissioner for two days before being placed on leave and investigated over 20-year-old domestic violence allegations, has been fired effective immediately ...
Boston Police Commissioner Dennis White Fired After Protracted Legal Battle
Boston Mayor Kim Janey has terminated Dennis White as the city's police commissioner, she said Monday, announcing new policies for vetting candidates for leadership positions at the department. The ...
Mayor expands public involvement in Boston's budget, creating City's first Participatory Budgeting Office
Building on her commitment to equity and her focus on engaging all of Boston in the City’s governance, Mayor Kim Janey today took two key steps to democratize Boston’s budget building process. The ...
Many more Boston city workers leaving than coming aboard in 2021
City of Boston employees have been heading for the door in droves this year, with nearly three times as many people leaving the city payroll as joining it amid the change in mayors.
‘It just seems incredibly disrespectful’: City Hall makes no child care accommodations for returning employees
The city’s reopening announcement, which offered no flexibility for those in need of child care, sent some working parents into a panic.
Op-Ed: As Our City Reopens and the Weather Gets Warmer, I Encourage Everyone Who Can Support Our Small Businesses
Warmer weather has brought good news in Boston’s fight against the pandemic. Across our city, COVID-19 cases have dropped to their lowest levels in more than a year. And, from Roxbury to Roslindale, ...
Boston Public Library to reopen all branches on June 14
Limited in-person service at the Central Library in Copley Square will begin June 1, officials announced Thursday.
Rays of Promise: Boston Whaler Marks Reopening of Boating Plant, Projecting 400 Jobs and Orders Into 2023
Brunswick Corp. and Boston Whaler executives today formally reopened the former Sea Ray plant that shut down three years ago, projecting to ramp up over the next 12 to 24 months back to 400 jobs, and ...