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Joining Historic Boston as our new summer intern is Francely Pinales, a current student and a rising senior at The English High School. Francely, who has lived in Boston since the age of 9, is part of her school’s Debate team and is a specialist...

This summer, we are joined at Historic Boston by James Breen, coming to us on a summer fellowship through the Corcoran Center for Real Estate and Urban Action’s summer internship program at Boston College, where he is about to enter his senior year studying economics...

In June, the scaffolding began rising at the front of First Church Roxbury, and I imagined a collective sigh of relief at this concrete symbol that this iconic Boston building would be preserved into the future I sighed myself, certainly, but was confident others joined me:...

At an awards luncheon on May 19th, the Massachusetts Historical Commission (MHC) award an Individual Lifetime Achievement Award to Andrea Gilmore for her many years of work and service in historic preservation and conservation. Gilmore, who recently retired from Building Conservation Associates, a company she established...

This week Tove Olaussen Freeman is guest blogging for HBI. Tove Olaussen Freeman graduated from Brandeis University in May 2016, with a major in Health: Science, Society, and Policy. This year I took a capstone course on the effects of neighborhoods on health with Professor Sara...