Elizabeth Warren has been noticeably more visible in the state since the beginning of the year.
Connecticut among several states considering legislation that would curb opioid abuse
Health care is expensive and can be downright unaffordable for a lot of people.
The rally is the latest sign that Baker will continue to be drawn into debates spurred by actions of the new leader of his party.
Gov. Baker said he finds cause for concern with many of the proposed cuts in President Donald Trump’s budget blueprint released Thursday.
A state representative from West Springfield is out $2,500 and faces enhanced reporting requirements.
Tuesday’s snowstorm failed to deliver the punch many expected in Greater Boston, including Gov. Charlie Baker.
The Health Policy Commission is finalizing regulations to deal with high-cost health care.
Senator Edward Markey isn’t happy with President Donald Trump’s decision to re-examine fuel efficiency requirements for cars and trucks.
College acceptance letters are usually straightforward. Financial aid award letters, not so much.
We gained an extra hour of evening daylight last weekend. Lawmakers are exploring changes to the state’s time zone.
22News explains how the judge shortage causes many cases to drag on for weeks and months.
State law does not require sellers to disclose whether a property has a lead water service line.
Although the weather forced many to stay indoors, 22News spoke with people who took advantage of all this snow.
In storms like this, the snow can turn into ice; a much bigger problem that crews could have to deal with it.
As a major storm moved into Massachusetts, people in New England’s largest city were largely staying home from work, and staying inside.
The governor is urging everyone to stay off the roads Tuesday during the snowstorm.
Gov. Baker says he wants to continue to maintain a health care system that has delivered insurance to about 97% of Massachusetts residents.
Preparations are underway to make sure the roads are treated for the messy morning commute.
The group behind the marijuana ballot question is worried that state lawmakers have too much control in writing pot regulations.