They’re pushing for $233,000,000 to pay for community-based day services and work programs for people with developmental disabilities.
Massachusetts will be raising the hourly minimum wage to $11 starting on January 1.
State leaders joined religious and community leaders to take a stand against hateful incidents in recent weeks.
The 2016 presidential election is not the first time that the winner of the popular vote came up short in the Electoral College.
The ballot question approved by voters would have marijuana taxed at a rate of 12%, which is much lower than other states.
A state representative plans to again bring forward a bill that would allow doctors to prescribe life-ending drugs.
Governor Charlie Baker took part in tradition Friday by commissioning newly appointed officers to the Massachusetts Army National Guard.
The 71 year-old Boston Democrat has been serving an eight-year sentence for corruption, and had undergone cancer treatment in prison.
The state unemployment rate fell for the fourth consecutive month in October. 22News explains what this means for the Massachusetts economy.
“Phase 2” of the tollbooth project, now underway at all 23 toll locations statewide, includes road reconstruction and drainage work.
Governor Baker says there is “too much prejudging going on here.”
A series of new animal protection measures take effect Thursday, when dog owners will be subject to new restrictions.
“There is broad angst in the Democratic caucus,” Rep. Richard Neal, the dean of the delegation from Springfield, told reporters Tuesday, acc…
Baker Administration won’t say how many state employees expressed interest in an early buyout two days after the deadline to sign up for it.
The Governor will have his first availability since returning from a post-election conference with Republican governors in Florida.
State Auditor Suzanne Bump says that the majority of instances of fraud detected involved the MassHealth program, with SNAP at number two.
The Mass. immigrant community shared an early Thanksgiving meal with lawmakers. 22News reveals their concerns about the year ahead.
The Attorney General’s office is setting up a hotline where you can report incidents of bias-motivated threats and intimidation.
The burning of a flag on the campus of Hampshire College on Veterans Day really hit home for Westfield State Representative John Velis.
Now that the elections are over, lawmakers are looking ahead to the next legislative session. 22News reveals some of their top priorities.