Baker and Economic Development Secretary Jay Ash led the Joint Committee on Economic Development and Emerging Technologies through a briefin…
From fresh cheese, to maple syrup and even some oyster shucking, state lawmakers enjoyed food grown and produced in Massachusetts.
Governor Charlie Baker said state-sponsored travel to North Carolina is unlikely even without a prohibition.
Many people take benzodiazepines to reduce anxiety and stress. These prescription drugs, however, can be addictive if taken over long period…
22News explains how this new technology could help protect firefighters and soldiers in combat.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter will be in Massachusetts to announce the formation of the institute Friday.
22News explains why the charter school proposal is already drawing sharp criticism.
Should undocumented immigrants be legally allowed to drive, or receive help from the state to pay for food?
Prostate cancer is the second most prevalent type of cancer for men after skin cancer.
A increase in the cap on charter school enrollment in Massachusetts would be tied to major new investments in all public schools.
It appears the House will embark on its annual spending deliberations with an even smaller budget than Governor Charlie Baker proposed.
The Governor’s Council voted 5-3 to confirm Leighton, with Councilors Marilyn Devaney, Eileen Duff and Robert Jubinville voting against. Dur…
After the Senate in 2014 voted down legislation to expand the cap on charter school enrollment, House leaders last year said they would not …
Representatives from the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, Common Cause and the Massachusetts Newspaper Publishers Associatio…
People convicted of less serious drug crimes will no longer face automatic driver’s license suspensions of up to five years.
The House has approved a bill filed by Governor Charlie Baker to repair local roads and bridges, but one organization says it isn’t enough.
The Speaker also said he doesn’t believe the House will have time to take up an omnibus bill before work intensifies on the state budget.
The ad-hoc group of senators trying to write a bill are closing in on a final proposal.
Lottery revenues are “running a little bit over” projections, and officials at the agency plan to consider readjusting their forecasts.
Immigrant rights activists said they’re determined to bring more Latino voters into the political process in Massachusetts.