High school students are calling on the state to pass legislation that would ensure their schools offer comprehensive sex education.
Western Massachusetts was stunned to hear of the death of a lawmaker who has represented the region for 15 years.
If you get a call from someone claiming to be from the IRS, don’t give them any personal information or make any payments.
The city will conduct an assessment of Town Hall and other public spaces to ensure everyone can safely access them.
Rep. Solomon Goldstein-Rose became the second lawmaker to withdraw from a political party and it seems a common trend among voters.
The funding is part of nearly $2.5 million in grants awarded by the Baker Administration in February.
Goldstein-Rose represents the 3rd Hampshire District including Amherst, Pelham, and Granby.
Before pot shops can open, the state must establish regulations for the industry and protocol for issuing licenses to retailers and growers.
A grim fellowship of parents, teachers and students affected by school shootings over the past two decades sat down with the president.
Eating in restaurants can put people with food allergies at risk for an allergic reaction, an incident that can sometimes be deadly.
Dozens of veterans and service members gathered with lawmakers at the State House Tuesday for the Iwo Jima Day observance event.
The seed -to-sale software enables government agencies to track marijuana plants and products and ensure the law is being enforced.
Trump was not in Washington, but rather at his Florida club about 40 miles from the Parkland community grieving lost friends and loved ones.
Rep. Solomon Goldstein-Rose of Amherst announced that he had changed his party registration to unenrolled.
U.S. Sen. Edward Markey is hosting a public town hall event in Framingham to update residents on ongoing actions in Congress.
Healey made the comments on how the state should use $75 million in mitigation funds as part of a multi-billion settlement.
According to MassCann’s Board of Directors, social consumption will boost the economy with jobs.
Lawmakers are considering a bill to require insurers to send statements of medical services directly to patients, rather than subscribers.
Massachusetts lawmakers are taking steps to get a rail service from the Berkshires to Boston.
The Baker administration has concerns with the commission’s draft regulations, including social consumption licenses and pot home delivery.