22News explains whether this could be the year the project gets the green light.
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Health care is expensive and can be downright unaffordable for a lot of people.
It’s that time of year when massive potholes start eroding the road surface, making for a bumpy and dangerous ride.
Western Mass. colleges, high schools and middle schools are receiving more than $1.1 million dollars in life sciences grants.
22News explains how the judge shortage causes many cases to drag on for weeks and months.
Although the weather forced many to stay indoors, 22News spoke with people who took advantage of all this snow.
Preparations are underway to make sure the roads are treated for the messy morning commute.
The state is stepping up efforts to educate people of all ages on how to protect their personal information.
22News explains why one state official believes it’ll be difficult to count the number of immigrants living in the Commonwealth.
State lawmakers are taking a closer look at Governor Charlie Baker’s $4.5 billion state budget proposal for the fiscal year that begins in J…
Before January, the unemployment rate has been on the decline since February 2013.
22News found out whether the state can afford and handle the responsibility of taking over the federal program to test the state’s water sup…
22News found out what some legislators are doing to get this law passed through the state.
The state is apologizing for giving and then taking away tax refunds. 22News explains what they’re doing to correct the problem.
The bill has kicked off what will likely be a long and heated debate on the future of the country’s Medicaid program.
President Donald Trump vowed to establish paid family leave in his first address to Congress last week.
The Massachusetts Municipal Association is asking state lawmakers to secure three-year’s worth of transportation funding.
Governor Baker is urging state lawmakers to approve $200 million in funding to make sure the roads you drive on are safe.
Western Massachusetts lawmakers told 22News they’re frustrated that they first heard about the plan on the news, rather than from the Baker …
One New England governor is blaming Massachusetts for his state’s opioid crisis.