Salvatore DiMasi was granted compassionate release months ago after serving five years of an eight year sentence.
The Department of Public Health warned that the teen birth rate is trending positively, the racial disparities still remain.
The offer to serve on President Trump’s new opioid commission presented Governor Baker with an opportunity to serve at the federal level.
Street gangs are recruiting young people in western Massachusetts. 22News explains what the state is doing to keep youth off the streets.
22News explains why environmental advocates say it’s the state’s job to protect our waterways.
The idea is to remove a possible barrier that prevents young people from pursuing further studies in the STEM fields.
Smaller companies have become increasingly less likely to offer health insurance in recent years.
Rising health care costs, while underwriting an industry rich in jobs, continue to swamp household, business and government budgets in Massa…
Lawmakers are working to give funding to cities and towns for vital road repairs that help keep you safe while driving.
Lawmakers are working to protect children from addiction. 22News explains why they’re considering increasing the legal smoking age.
Massachusetts lawmakers are considering legalizing different forms of online gambling, which could affect state lottery sales.
22News explains why the line of duty death benefit money will go to families of those that gave their lives to protect residents.
The stop was one of several on a “Commonwealth Conversations” tour across western Massachusetts.
The land transaction bill is critical to a $52 million elementary school construction project in Millis.
Mihos was the owner of the former Christy’s convenience store chain, and ran for governor in 2006 and 2010.
Governor Charlie Baker is planning to sign legislation doubling the line of duty death benefit for families of first responders.
The White House continues to fight against sanctuary cities, drawing criticism from some city leaders, including one Massachusetts mayor.
State lawmakers were in West Springfield, Monday night, outlining their plans for the recreational marijuana law.
Baker said the GOP’s health care bill could undermine the state’s commitment to pursuing universal health coverage.
AG Sessions urged states to end so-called sanctuary policies, through which local governments do not enforce federal immigration laws.