The Committee on Revenue held a public hearing for Senate bill, which would lower the residency requirement.
The Massachusetts Turnpike’s new open-road tolling system could increase costs for some drivers under a proposed new rate system.
The state is taking steps to better educate medical students on the dangers of prescription drug abuse.
Governor Baker and Lt. Governor Polito were among those who vacated the building just before 11:00 A.M.
Gov. Baker signed into law a new series of protections for animals, including measures aimed at discouraging leaving pets in hot cars.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is suggesting former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling stick with sports instead of politics.
The Presidential election will bring voters to the polls, and the statewide ballot questions could reinforce the turnout.
A national energy group criticized the Supreme Court’s decision blocking utilities from charging consumers for natural gas pipeline construc…
Friday is the last day for people not already registered to sign up to cast ballots in the Sept. 8 contests.
New guidebooks helping teen drivers navigate the road between a learner’s permit and a full license will soon be landing in mailboxes.
Some western Massachusetts residents are having a tough time connecting with the state to access unemployment benefits.
Massachusetts voters have until Friday to register to participate in the September state primary.
Senator Elizabeth Warren could face a challenge from a baseball great and World Series hero if she seeks re-election in 2018.
The cybersecurity battles waged on servers and keyboards, Massachusetts gave $5 million grant to bolster computing technology.
Baker said Pence did not change his view that Donald Trump lacks the “temperament” to be president and Democrat Hillary Clinton has “believa…
Rosenberg, who was in Springfield on Wednesday for an event at the UMass Center, said the comment did not reflect his views toward his fello…
Democratic Party voted to oppose a ballot question that would expand charter schools in Mass., putting them at odds with some of its members…
Western Massachusetts town leaders shared with State Senate about how they want to see your tax money spent in your community.
The state’s highest court ruled that the so-called “pipeline tax” is prohibited under Massachusetts state law.
The Appeals Court nominee worked on a series of cases after the 2003 court decision that legalized same-sex marriage in Massachusetts.