If you have made up your mind already, you can go and cast your ballot now through November 4.
The Baker Administration is trying to close what they believe to be a nearly $300 million budget gap.
The majority of school committees are against expansion because they believe it’ll take funding away from traditional public schools.
It is a great alternative for those who want to avoid the long lines at the polls on November 8.
The amendment would impose a 4 percent surtax on household incomes over $1 million, a change to the state’s tax structure that the Departmen…
You soon be sharing the road with more self-driving cars? 22News explains how top state leaders are paving the way for these futuristic vehi…
The Retailers Association of Massachusetts says many employers had to cut hours, which reduced income tax revenues.
A group will consult and convene with experts on motor vehicle safety and vehicle automation.
Both sides in the battle over a contentious charter school ballot question are raising money at a ferocious pace.
With racial disparity in incarceration rates greater than the country as a whole, state courts are taking steps to address that issue.
A state Senate candidate was seized this week and held overnight after he failed to show up to deliver video testimony Monday.
State officials on Thursday gave Boston Children’s Hospital the green light to move forward with a controversial $1 billion expansion.
Governor Baker signed a new law aimed at better protecting firefighters. 22News explains what sparked these new regulations.
Most Massachusetts technology executives view the state as a good place to do business with a business environment that is steady or improvi…
More than half of the 351 cities and towns have plans in place that expand access to the polls beyond what is required.
Vice President Joseph Biden discussed the “cancer moonshot” he is leading to accelerate research in the quest for a cancer cure.
Depending on how many employees accept the deal will determine whether layoffs will be needed.
Currently, rape kits and other forensic evidence can be destroyed after six months.
A new poll shows that 55% of likely voters support legalizing and taxing marijuana, while 40% oppose the issue.
For the first time, registered voters in Massachusetts can cast their ballots before Election Day on November 8th.