Western Mass. is home to nearly 3,500 nonprofits. 22News explains how these organizations are doing more than asking you for money.
The MBTA and its software vendor are scrambling to load new fares into fare gates, vending machines, and systems on buses and trolleys.
A bill on Beacon Hill may make criminals think twice before they assault a police officer. 22News spoke with the Governor’s latest proposal.
There’s one week left to the fiscal year and state lawmakers have yet to reach a resolution on the state budget.
The Massachusetts Senate unveiled a set of proposed regulations to require Uber and Lyft drivers to undergo criminal background checks.
New specialty court was created to help families as a parent pursues treatment for substance abuse issues.
The pension fund could lose 2% or even as much as 9% following Thursday’s historic vote in Britain.
Governor Charlie Baker is calling for tougher penalties to protect police officers from being attack.
The Supreme Judicial Court on Thursday tossed out six trespassing convictions against a homeless man from Great Barrington.
The region’s top business leaders gathered at the Mass Mutual Center in Springfield is explore ways to expand economic growth.
22News asked Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito where the administration stands on a proposed ban on gun sales to those on the No Fly List.
Governor Charlie Baker spent the day in western Massachusetts, and made time for an ice cream break.
“I don’t think we’re disagreeing on much of anything at this point,” former Gov. Michael Dukakis told reporters after meeting with Transport…
The bill (H 4005) would link the penalty for solicitation of a felony crime to the penalty for committing the crime itself.
Under the proposed new contribution limits, candidates who run in a special election and a regularly scheduled election in the same year can…
Potholes can be dangerous and damage your car. On Wednesday, state lawmakers approved a plan to smooth your ride on the road.
Under bill in the state legislature, someone on the federal terror watch list would be banned from obtaining a gun license in Massachusetts.
Lawmakers hope this economic development bill will lure businesses to Massachusetts, and create jobs.
The Baker Administration awarded $28 million in grant money to cities and towns statewide Tuesday.
The sheltered workshop services have provided employment for thousands of developmentally disabled persons for many years.