Dozens gather in Post Office Square as Trump aims to raise campaign funds
Taxi drivers across the state call on the ride-sharing companies to follow the same rules as they do.
Ride-hailing companies might soon have to follow state regulations. Cab drivers argue the regulations don’t go far enough.
The ballot question authorizing a slots parlor at the former Suffolk Downs horse racing track was properly certified for this November’s bal…
Senators joined forces to develop regulations that will the assure humane treatment of animals.
State law calls for male patients at risk of endangering themselves or others to be sent to Bridgewater, which serves as both a correctional…
Despite renewed interest on Beacon Hill in the last two weeks, the bill is not on the schedule for the last five weeks of formal sessions, S…
In coming to the defense of Nashoba Valley Winery , Baker is taking a somewhat unusual step of intervening on behalf of a single business ow…
22News explains why top state leaders are now dealing with a bigger, and more unpredictable tax revenue shortfall.
Western Mass. is home to nearly 3,500 nonprofits. 22News explains how these organizations are doing more than asking you for money.
The MBTA and its software vendor are scrambling to load new fares into fare gates, vending machines, and systems on buses and trolleys.
A bill on Beacon Hill may make criminals think twice before they assault a police officer. 22News spoke with the Governor’s latest proposal.
There’s one week left to the fiscal year and state lawmakers have yet to reach a resolution on the state budget.