The Puerto Rican residents of western Massachusetts are waiting for the results of the referendum vote on whether Puerto Rico should become …
Residents are calling on Massachusetts to become a “sanctuary state.” But some think sanctuary status may inhibit law enforcement.
Gov. Baker and House Speaker DeLeo have both indicated a preference to leave sanctuary status up to individual cities and towns.
One multi-national retailer is giving back to small businesses and organizations in western Massachusetts.
A dozen western Massachusetts communities are receiving funding to become a Municipial Vulnerability Preparedness Program Community.
The House and Senate have informal sessions scheduled Thursday, perhaps the last chance to address funding before payroll funds run out.
22News sat down exclusively with Governor Charlie Baker and asked him some questions about recent Massachusetts topics.
Activists rallied at the State House Wednesday, to demand that lawmakers not further delay the implementation of the state’s marijuana law.
Some lawmakers say that the current system doesn’t work well for students who aren’t even literate in their own native language.
The Judiciary Committee packed 96 bills dealing with criminal procedure onto a hearing agenda, and committee co-chair Sen. Will Brownsberger…
Patients who visit Massachusetts emergency rooms seeking mental health care wait for an inpatient bed significantly longer than patients who…
Democratic senators say the GOP healthcare bill will make the country’s opioid problem even worse.
More than 30 schools across Massachusetts still have Native American logos or mascots.
The healthcare professionals want lawmakers to increase transparency in hospitals financial assets.
The fired employee shot and killed five people inside the Fiamma Inc. factory Monday.
The state’s Judiciary Committee held a public hearing on almost 100 bills dealing with the criminal justice system.
The bill would allow the use of drones to serve a warrant, aide in an investigation or assist in an emergency.
Lawmakers will hear testimony on a bill that would keep intact criminal convictions of people who die before their appeals are heard.
Bills scheduled to be heard on Monday by the Legislature’s Judiciary Committee call for gradually raising the upper age in delinquency.
More than 5,000 delegates were expected to attend the Saturday convention in Worcester.