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Historic Boston is very grateful to everyone who supported the organization?s end-of-the-year fundraising campaign. You ? our donors? are also our partners in preserving Boston?s past and building strong neighborhoods. All donations to HBI- large and small- helped at year?s end, and launched a healthy new...

Dorchester entrepreneur Noah Hicks recently launched an Indie Go Go campaign to raise $50,000 of start-up capital for his new business -- The Sip and Spoke Bike Kitchen ? in the historic Upham?s Corner Comfort Station.? A bike repair and coffee shop, Sip and Spoke...

HBI held its annual holiday open house this past Tuesday evening at the Eustis Street Firehouse. Friends and neighbors braved the cold to gather for a celebration of 2015?s successes and raise a glass to the promises of 2016. Our guests enjoyed food and drink from...

HBI is looking forward to an exciting 2016, but we're taking a moment to reflect on 2015 and a year of great accomplishment. Here's our list of HBI's top ten successes of 2015: Wine Gallery opened for business at the 1875 Hayden Building in Chinatown Mayor Walsh...