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After four days, the city's snow emergency parking ban will expire at 6 p.m. on Tuesday night.
The city is introducing 10 new classrooms through a partnership with seven community organizations.
The City of Boston was just one of seven cities to receive funding for the project through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Officials from the Boston Public School Department presented five different plans to address the issue of school choice in the city. All the proposals would mark a significant change for students.
After a 27-month-long process, there's a tentative agreement on the table.
"We need to break the stalemate," said the union president.
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