The commandos performed for Mattis at the conclusion of a two-day visit in which Mattis expressed interest in closer U.S. contacts.
Trump’s move has been widely criticized as threatening the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion.
The interview with Sessions last week makes him the highest-ranking administration official known to have submitted to questioning.
State officials and experts testified that it could take years to fully understand the ramifications of federal tax reform.
The Republican governor is scheduled to submit his election-year spending plan, likely to top $41 billion.
Sixty-eight-year-old Jeffrey Houston called state police Monday morning, claiming he had killed his wife and was about to kill himself.
Gov. Charlie Baker called for improvements in education, transportation and housing Tuesday in his last state of the state address.
SensiPlay offers cost-effective sensory motor activities for individuals with special needs.
Superintendent Daniel Warwick and three other members of the Springfield School Committee attended Tuesday night’s event.
The forum included panelists from local police departments, Baystate Hospital, and Learn to Cope.
Police said a 21-year-old woman, suffered visible minor burns to the left side of her face, neck and upper left shoulder.
Tuesday night’s event helped raise money for Cory’s foundation to help give back to the community he loved.
22News cameras spotted police vehicles at the location, assisting about 15 cars that were pulled over in the breakdown lane.
Western Massachusetts broke 2 record high temperatures and 2 record low temperatures in January.
The Athol Fire Department is watching the ice jam, ready to give the order to evacuate if the Millers river overflows its banks.
Baystate Franklin Medical Center held a blood drive in one their parking lots on Tuesday.
Time is running out for the legal status of fantasy sports in Massachusetts.
Western Massachusetts got heavy rain on Tuesday, which is somewhat unusual for January.
22News has advice to make sure your trip to the big game, or any other event, isn’t spoiled by schemers.
A local vocational school hosted a state senator today to put the spotlight on job training.