Baker said if someone has a concern with votes there are ways to file a complaint and pursue a grievance.
Gov. Charlie Baker said Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack will undertake a search to find a long-term general manager of the MBTA.
Nearly 80 lawmakers have signed a bill that would require schools to test their water pipes for lead and install lead filters in water taps.
The money helps support more than 30 state agencies and departments.
The Longmeadow Democratic Town Committee gathered Wednesday night to elect delegates for the Democratic State Convention.
Senate President Rosenberg revealed who he wants to fill top leadership positions. 22News reveals the senators in line for more power.
This year’s pay raise package also includes more money for judges. 22News explains whether the state can afford it.
Lead poses a very real danger for our children. 22News spoke with advocates who believe more could be done to keep students healthy.
Funding would be used to preserve and staff state parks and forests, especially in cities struggling economically.
The judiciary accounts for the bulk of the cost of a recently-passed $18 million pay raise package, which also increased lawmakers’ pay.
Governor Baker said he could not judge the validity of claims that thousands of Massachusetts residents crossed the border to vote illegally…
Massachusetts would need to get all of its energy from renewable sources by the year 2050 under legislation filed last month.
Parts of the State House are getting a makeover. 22News got a glimpse of where the Senate will be conducting business this year.
“Third parties are not the answer,” the 2014 candidate for governor wrote in a new op-ed piece.
Gov. Charlie Baker on Sunday night called for a 11 a.m. start time for some state employees.
Firefighters put their lives on the line every day, and now we’re finding out they risk their health as well.
The governor made $98 million in spending cuts back in December; a move criticized by legislative leaders.
22News shows how residents there are holding up after what many are calling, “The Boston Blizzard.”
Governor Charlie Baker reminded Massachusetts residents to stay off the roads if they can, to help the clean-up crews.
Many Boston residents didn’t let the snow keep them indoors. 22News spoke with people who made the best out of this “Snow Day”.