Four men are alleging they were groped and harassed by the spouse of a western Massachusetts lawmaker.
22News examines why marijuana reform activists insist additional funding is necessary.
Rosenberg, an Amherst Democrat, issued a statement Thursday afternoon.
The state currently offers a $300,000 dollar death benefit to families of first responders. Workers advocates want that benefit extended to …
22News explains what lawmakers on Beacon Hill are doing to help those in need suit up for their next interview.
A state proposal would decriminalize prostitution in Massachusetts. 22News spoke to the bill’s sponsor about the legislation.
The CCC submitted a supplemental budget request seeking $3.6 million in operating funds and another $3.9 million in capital funds.
Should prostitution be decriminalized in Massachusetts? A bill will focus law enforcement attention on people who buy sex.
Typical paper bags without handles would be free and businesses would keep all fee proceeds.
Baker made the pitch in a letter to Army Chief of Staff General Mark Milley released by Baker’s office Tuesday.
One allegation was made against an intern whom Rosenberg says was no longer working for the Senate.
Medical professionals who rape patients could receive up to 20 years in state prison under the bill.
Cellphones and electronic devices are everywhere and some people worry they could have potentially harmful side effects.
Firefighters, emergency medical technicians and police officers can be exposed to harmful chemicals or even infectious diseases on the job.
Secretary of State William Galvin has faced just one Democratic challenger since he first won the office in 1994.
The formal announcement may not come as a surprise, but it does signify a milestone in the 2018 election cycle.
22News explains a new law that changes how some students are taught in the classroom.
Massachusetts is cracking down on handicapped parking abuse.
Forty two states allow private ownership of firearm suppressors, but Massachusetts is not one of them.
Campaigns hoping to get their initiatives on the ballot must turn in thousands of voter signatures very soon.