The state attorney general received nationwide attention for her stance on gun control, and her establishment of a hate crimes hotline.
The plan includes developing 55 units of affordable family housing and retail space in the downtown Northampton area.
Massachusetts’ position as the state with the fewest gun deaths per 100,000 residents was confirmed Tuesday in a Violence Policy Center anal…
Westfield State University ranked in the top 15 percent of the latest “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs” evaluated by U.S. News & World Repor…
Chicopee, Holyoke, Pittsfield, and Springfield, as well as the University of Massachusetts were issued Shannon Grants.
Families of children who died after suffering sudden cardiac arrest told 22News having defibrillators at every school can save lives.
A 23 member commission is trying to figure out what plays a role in different hospitals charging different prices.
The plan that could reduce the agency’s future liabilities by $35.6 million.
Governor Baker said he intends to sign a bill requiring Massachusetts schools to be equipped with automated external defibrillators.
Holiday period sales at local retailers fell 1 percent, a sharp contrast from predictions heading into the traditional heavy sales season.
Lawmakers are looking at making changes to the judicial system, but legislators of color are worried an upcoming proposal won’t go far enoug…
Governor Charlie Baker sat down with Democratic leaders to address major issues they hope to tackle this session.
Some members of the Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus say they plan to continue their push for sentencing reform.
Governor Charlie Baker and state lawmakers want to attract more businesses to Massachusetts.
Lawmakers have not ruled out a tax increase as they plan a new state budget.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren will run for a second term in 2018, signaling her plans to be one of her party’s fiercest critics of Donald Trump.
Some members of the Governor’s Council are urging Governor Baker to give convicted criminals a second chance.
The Amherst Democrat says that making the minimum wage a “livable wage” is a top priority for him.
Hurley, a former mayor of Springfield and district court judge, will now serve on the body that votes on judicial nominees.
Hoping to temper the Democratic majority’s appetite for taxes, veteran GOP lawmakers were re-elected to their leadership positions.