News

City of Boston Update 5.29.20

A safe, phased approach to reopening in BostonEconomic recovery cannot happen without public health and safety. Mayor Martin J. Walsh continues to promote public safety, while providing guidance and support to Boston’s small businesses and its most vulnerable populations. A Public Health Advisory continues to be in place for everyone in Boston, except essential workers, with a […]

GBCVB Update 5.29.20

May 29, 2020 COVID-19 INDUSTRY UPDATE Good Afternoon, As a follow up to this morning’s communication, we wanted to briefly recap some key takeaways from Governor Baker’s press conference this afternoon.  The Governor addressed the upcoming transition to Phase 2 and what this means for restaurants and lodging businesses.  Restaurants could reopen for in-person service […]

City of Boston updates 5.27.20

Good Afternoon All, Please find the latest information from The City of Boston regarding COVID-19. COVID-19 CASES CAUTION DURING PHASE 1 OF REOPENING UPDATES ON PARKS REOPEN BOSTON FUND REPORTING SAFETY CONCERNS SMALL BUSINESS WORKSHOPS BOSTON HOPE MEDICAL CENTER UPDATE COMMUNITY CARE KIT DISTRIBUTION GENERAL REMINDERS STAY INFORMED COVID-19 CASES The City of Boston has […]

City of Boston-Small Biz Conference Call, 5.26 at 3pm

Today! Small Business Conference Call with the City of Boston! Economic DevelopmentGood morning, Please join us today, Tuesday, May 26 at 3:00 pm for our weekly small business conference call to discuss reopening guidelines, assistance for small businesses affected by the COVID-19 response, and an update on City of Boston policies. Our team and other City […]

Update from Rep. Jay Livinstone

Dear Neighbors and Friends,  I hope you are well. On Tuesday, this week, I partnered with Mayor Walsh, the Boston Resiliency Fund, Boston City Councillor Kenzie Bok, and Senator Sal DiDomenico to drop off over 200 twenty pound boxes of fresh fruits and vegetables to those in need in Beacon Hill and the West End.  […]