The state is on track to save millions of dollars through an early retirement program.
As we see school shootings taking place across the country, supporters believe they’ve come up with a program that can help combat bullying.
The bill is being pushed by the Massachusetts Association of Regional Schools.
Your state lawmakers got a lesson in ethics on Wednesday. 22News talked to them afterwards about what they learned.
STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, MAY 26, 2015…..A year after the head of the state’s biotech funding agency announced she would step down, officials tas…
22News was there when the Bish family paid tribute to those who are missing.
If lawmakers don’t attempt to reform the state’s public records law by August, the Secretary of State is willing to press ahead with a ballo…
Hospitals, insurers, doctors, unions and pharmaceutical companies spent a record $19 million trying to sway Beacon Hill lawmakers last year.
The spending plan for the fiscal year beginning July 1 was approved early Friday.
State senators have been active on social media as they debate the budget. 22News explains how you can get involved.
The Hampden County Hall of Justice building is in bad shape, and 22News found out if renovations could be on the way.