Rosenberg said the staffs of the legislative leaders and the governor are working on a request for proposals to “put the right team in place…
Early education advocates plan to have a say in the state budget-writing process. 22News highlights the programs they hope to expand.
Program supporters hope to receive roughly $18 million by waiving unpaid penalties and interest.
Governor Baker is asking the state lawmakers to borrow a total of $300 million. That money would be spent on improving local roads.
Baker said he’d wait to see what happens as the budget moves through the House and Senate, deferring questions about maybe making Massachuse…
The Baker administration is still investigating whether to follow-through with the project.
Deep budget cuts could be underway for the state tourism department. 22News explains what it could mean for the local economy.
Local business owners say they’re worried a proposed $8M cut to regional tourism will hurt business.
In an effort to cut state spending and close the budget gap, Gov. Baker filed an early retirement program bill.
State legislators and, this year, mayors from Western Massachusetts gather for Sen. Humason’s annual Pancake Breakfast
Governor Charlie Baker signed an executive order to get the long-term unemployed back to work. 22News explains how he plans to help.