Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Public Library today announced that the renovation of the Roxbury Branch (formerly Dudley) is complete.
The Boston Public Library today announced the public launch of the McKim Master Planning project. This will be a programming study and potential design project to explore improvements to the Central Library's McKim Building in Copley Square.
The first community meeting for the programming study for the Boston Public Library’s Egleston Square Branch will be held October 29, 2020 at 6:30pm, via Zoom.
The first community meeting for the programming study for the Boston Public Library’s West End Branch will be held October 22, 2020 at 6:30pm, via Zoom.
We are excited to share the virtual edition of our new Art & Architecture Booklet. This guide celebrates the unique architectural history...
The BPL today announced that the Homework Assistance Program (HAP) will begin on 9/21/2020 and continue throughout the school year until 5/14/2021.
The Boston Public Library today announced that is it extending its moratorium on assessing late fines through the end of the year.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Public Library (BPL) today announced two new initiatives designed to help bridge the digital equity gap in the City of Boston: the Public Computer Access program and the Outdoor Wi-Fi Program.
As Museums Continue to Open in Phase 3 of the Commonwealth’s Reopening Plan, BPL Offers Free and Discounted Passes to BPL Patrons
The BPL and its partners present two author talks exploring issues of racial stigma, secrecy, and childhood trauma through their eyes.