Massachusetts is one of 32 states to display its replica bell either inside its capitol building or on the capitol grounds.
The bill includes the governor’s request for $500 million to recapitalize the MassWorks infrastructure program.
Many of these small bridges are located in western Mass. Although these bridges are small in size, they play a large role in the community.
The deadline is approaching for controversial bills to be considered before the end of the end of the legislative session.
A Republican candidate for a state senate seat used an offensive word in a tweet praising presidential candidate Donald Trump.
There have been several attempts over the years to legalize the possession and sale of fireworks in Massachusetts, but all have failed.
22News explains why state lawmakers are urging drivers to put down the cellphone, and focus on the road.
The ‘no’ voter said the new budget undercut the state’s ability to break out of an ongoing opioid crisis.
An energy bill passed 39-0 by the Senate would require long-term contracts for at least 2,000 megawatts of offshore wind by 2027.
Large crowds gathered on the State House steps Thursday. Legislative leaders rallied for Congress to take action against gun violence.
22News explains why there had to be drastic spending cuts this year.
House and Senate lawmakers’ budget proposal for fiscal 2017 falls $25.5 million short of the university’s funding request.
This budget would preserve increases to local aid and school funding for cities and towns.
Massachusetts Senate passed 3 bills to protect animals on Wednesday. 22News looked into a state bill that will also protect pet owners.
The bill, which was years in the making, passed the House unanimously after little debate. Similar efforts fell short last session.
The Senate approved regulations for ride-hailing companies. 22News explains what this means for drivers and passengers.
Dozens gather in Post Office Square as Trump aims to raise campaign funds
Taxi drivers across the state call on the ride-sharing companies to follow the same rules as they do.
State and local government are working together to help create a stronger Massachusetts.
With teens out of school and behind the wheel, fatalities in teen driver crashes increase by 43 percent during the roughly 100 days between …