A Western New England University poll shows Coakley has to get a strong turnout of core Democratic voters if she hopes to win.
With only a few days to election day, do you know how you’re going to vote?
The issue of government transparency and a personal bankruptcy were among the matters discussed in the 12th Hampden District debate Friday.
Mass. residents will be able to pay their respects one last time to a New England political legend, and Boston’s longest serving mayor.
Thomas Menino, the former mayor of Boston who died Thursday, was remembered as a tireless advocate of the city he led for 20 years.
The House and Senate have for weeks been trading versions of the spending bill that is intended to close the books on fiscal 2014, which end…
Tom Menino, the man who dominated Boston politics for more than two decades, has died following a long battle with cancer.
Democrat Martha Coakley and Republican Charlie Baker are postponing their public campaign events for the day.
It’s a political rematch in Westfield, as Democrat John Velis and Republican Dan Allie are again seeking votes in the 4th Hampden District.
The law, which went into effect on Sept. 28, calls for all intensive care units to have a nurse to patient ratio of 1 to 1 or 1 to 2, “depen…
Those that hope to repeal the state’s gaming law wanted to send a clear message: they are going to smash casinos out of Mass. one way or ano…
More people are willing to pay big bucks for scratch tickets. 22News explains why this may actually boost your chances of winning.
Three candidates running one of the most closely-watched state senate races in Massachusetts will debate Wednesday on 22News.
The State Senate debate Tuesday night didn’t go quite as expected in Springfield. 22News has the highlights from the debate.
Massachusetts Lottery players are shifting their buying habits, favoring higher-priced instant tickets over multi-state jackpot drawings.
Republican Charlie Baker and Democrat Martha Coakley are making their final pitches to voters in a televised debate.
After Tuesday nights debate, Republican Debra Boronski, Democrat Eric Lesser and Independent Mike Franco, spoke with 22News.