A Springfield attorney and Longmeadow resident has been nominated by Governor Charlie Baker as a Superior Court Judge
If you’re a registered voter in Massachusetts, you can expect to find a red booklet in your mailbox this week.
Disabled residents are worried that the new overtime restrictions will impact their ability to find reliable, day-to-day care.
State lawmakers plan to take a closer look at the social and economic impacts of gambling.
With a 70% approval rating, Baker is ranked third in the national survey, while the governor of neighboring Connecticut is near the bottom.
The lieutenant governor says it is important to support local farms, many of which have been in the same family for generations.
A group of elected officials spoke up in favor of privatization at a T board meeting Monday.
Massachusetts could not be accused of being “Taxachusetts,” at least when it comes to taxing marijuana.
The Baker-Polito Administration released Friday a comprehensive report, State of Charge.
22News was there as Governor Baker signed a new Executive Order pledging to be more aggressive in reducing pollution.
The Mass. Department of Public Health is proposing new regulations for how medical marijuana dispensaries advertise their products.
The unemployment rate in Massachusetts is below 4% for the first time in more than a decade.
A Boston-based environmental group is urging lawmakers to double the state’s pollution reduction goals.
The Transportation Secretary said she is concerned there is currently no way for police to test if a driver is under the influence of pot.
MassDOT announced on Wednesday it has received federal funding to invest in transportation projects throughout the Commonwealth.
Shut down since Sept. 6 due to a valve problem, Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station remained offline Wednesday after a “mechanical issue.”
Following a public comment period in June, the Baker administration made changes to its so-called MassHealth waiver extension request.
Massachusetts teenagers gathered in Boston today for an honest and open talk about substance abuse.
Less than 400,000 voters of the state’s over 4-million registered voters went to the polls in last week’s state primary.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said he still has some questions about the endeavor – and its legality is questionable.