WGBH News will have continuing coverage of the Boston mayoral election throughout the night.  Find updates from producers and reporters out in the field below. Follow live Tweets here.

11:15PM: That's all for our live coverage tonight, folks. We'll have fresh stories for you beginning bright and early on Morning Edition tomorrow.

10:47PM: Marty Walsh takes the stage at his headquarters at the Park Plaza: "The reason I was late is that President Obama just called me to congratulate me." Listen:wgbhnews.org

10:33PM: We'll carry mayor-elect Marty Walsh's victory speech live on 89.7FM. You can also listen online by clicking the "listen now" button above. 

10:17PM: With 100% of precincts reporting, East Boston voted against building a casino in their neighborhood-  56 to 43. 

10PM: Current numbers: 95.29% of Boston precincts reporting. 51.12% to Walsh, 48.49% to Connolly


Congratulations Mayor-elect Walsh pic.twitter.com/H1LjtfRdFp

9:23PM: WGBH News reporter Anne Mostue says John Connolly has conceded the race to Marty Walsh. 

9:07PM: Dan Rivera wins Lawrence mayoral race over incumbent Willie Lantigua, according to the Lawrence Eagle Tribune. More on that race here

Daniel Rivera wins #LawrenceMA Mayor's race. More coming at http://t.co/yL2DQMdEfr.

8:56PM: Here's how the Boston City Council races are shaping up so far, accoding to the unofficial numbers from the Election Department:

District 1 (including Charlestown, East Boston, North End): Sal LaMattina

District 2 (South Boston, Chinatown, South End): Bill Linehan

District 3 (Dorchester): Frank Baker, running unopposed

District 4 (Mattapan): Charles Yancey

District 5 (Hyde Park, Roslindale): Timothy McCarthy (according to Mike Ross)

District 6 (Jamaica Plain, West Roxbury): Matt O’Malley

District 7 (Roxbury): Tito Jackson

District 8 (Back Bay, Fenway, Beacon Hill, Mission Hill, West End): Josh Zakim

District 9: (Allston, Brighton): Mark Ciommo

At-Large: Michael Flaherty 19%, Michelle Wu 16.28%, Ayanna Pressley 16.27%

8:40PM: Mike Ross, who joins us now on air for WGBH News' live coverage of election night, reports that Josh Zakim has won District 8. Votes are trickling in on the City of Boston's website.


Here come the first batch of votes. #bosmayor #bospoli @wgbhnews pic.twitter.com/1o8wXLfVnF

8:14PM: Edgar B. Herwick III is at Boston City Hall:

8:01PM: The polls have closed. The votes are starting to be tabulated. In a few hours Boston will have elected its first new mayor in 20 years. You can see the unofficial tallies as they roll in precinct-by-precinct here. While we’re at it, here’s the map of Boston’s voting wards. 

7:51PM: It sounds like it's shaping up to be a close one, folks. WGBH News political analyst David Bernstein  originally broke the news of Menino's resignation in March: 

With 15 minutes to go, I feel reasonably confident in saying nobody knows who will be the next mayor of Boston. #bosmayor

7:32PM: Steve Koczela, of the MassINC polling group:

Where are more votes coming from at 6 PM compared to prelim? Check it out. #bosmayor pic.twitter.com/8xhjGs0zNQ

#bosmayor With an hour left, @marty_walsh & @JohnRConnolly are each following the text book moves to maximize their divergent advantages.

6:55PM: WGBH News reporter Adam Reilly is at John Connolly's headquarters in Copley Square

It's quiet at John Connolly's election-night headquarters at the Westin Copley Place, but there are early signs that the Connolly campaign is feeling guardedly optimistic. I just spoke for a few minutes with Adam Webster, Connolly's deputy campaign manager, who told me, "We're seeing turnout in a lot of exciting places."