On a voice vote and with no debate, the Massachusetts House on Wednesday afternoon approved legislation authorizing Sunday morning alcohol sales. the bill now moves to the Senate.
The bill calls for a memorandum of understanding between the Boston Police Department and the State Police in consultation with Massport.
70% of people with disabilities are unemployed. They told 22News that they want to feel safe, included and free in their communities.
State lawmakers are in the process of pushing for election reform. One of those changes would include early voting.
The Mass. Department of Transportation is closing in on plans to raise Registry of Motor Vehicle fees, in addition to the previously announced 5 percent increase in MBTA fares.
Gov. Deval Patrick on Tuesday nominated a candidate for the Parole Board who was rejected several years ago for the board by the Governor’s Council
Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Richard Sullivan said the conversations involve both expanding the size of existing pipes and laying new pipes. He said there are no actual proposals before regulators.
The American Red Cross of Massachusetts provides around the clock assistance for fire victims, and that’s not all they do.
State colleges and universities want to work together as partners; a partnership that at least one western Massachusetts college president believes will save students both time and money.
An investigation has found a great number of problems at a Massachusetts drug lab that was closed after a chemist admitted faking test results in criminal cases, throwing the state’s legal system into turmoil.