A 22 year-old community activist has come out on top in the most crowded primary contest in western Massachusetts this year.
Hinds will now face Lanesborough Republican Christine Canning during the general election in November.
Incumbent Tricia Farley-Bouvier was challenged by Michael Bloomberg for her party’s nomination in the Pittsfield-based district.
The Agawam Democrat will now face-off against Southwick Republican Nick Boldyga, the man who unseated her in 2010.
Just days into the new school year, students had to share their buildings with voters on Thursday, and schools didn’t take any chances.
22News is monitoring the election returns in seven contested races across western Massachusetts.
Polls open around the state at 7 a.m. Thursday and close at 8 p.m.
The state recovered more than $136 million in unpaid taxes from more than 9,000 people through the DoR’s two-month tax amnesty program this …
Some University of Massachusetts campuses are wrestling with gender gaps in the student body.
Three companies have signed a letter of intent Tuesday with the state to lease the New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal for staging and depl…
The court returned from its summer recess with three new justices hand-picked by Baker.
Senator Linda Dorcena-Forry predicts lawmakers will need to return to the issue next session and did not rule out filing a new bill of her o…
Massachusetts’ Comptroller is poised to give the opportunity to take a closer look at the digital innards of state government.
The state primary this year is being held on a Thursday, instead of a Tuesday, and that could have an impact on voter turnout.
Contests to fill the seats of three departing Democratic state senators are among the highlights of an unusual Thursday primary election in …
AG Healey issued guidelines to help business owners, and their employees comply with the transgender public accommodations law.
Longer school days district-wide and a “personalized learning program” at one school are among the changes being made in Holyoke.
River water was never properly treated
Most on-campus fires are completely preventable, and the first step is checking that all smoke alarms are working properly.
Two top officials from the Department of Conservation and Recreation will be suspended without pay next week for using state resources to th…