Voters in Westfield are going to the polls Tuesday for a primary election, but in both the Democratic and Republican primaries, there is only one name on the ballot.
State welfare officials appear to be doing a better job of rooting out possible food stamp fraud.
Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Roderick Ireland plans to step down in July
Admitting that “voting and complaining” has been the extent of his political involvement until now, Fisher said he is trying to unite elements of what he described as a “fractured Republican Party” in Massachusetts
After promoting a minimum wage hike in Connecticut on Wednesday, President Barack Obama plans to travel to Boston in the evening for political events.
Before leaving on a six-day vacation to Costa Rica, Governor Deval Patrick said “maybe” to a possible Presidential run in the future. Now that he’s back, he is facing questions about whether he’ll be making the move from Beacon Hill to Capitol Hill.
The chief justice of the highest court in Massachusetts has announced his retirement after nearly 37 years as a judge.
Obese children are five times more likely to be obese adults. 22 News spoke with dietitians that are aiming to change that statistic.
When Martha Coakley graduated from law school, her father gave her a plaque that read “sometimes the best man for the job is a woman.” She’s spent the past several decades trying to prove him right.
It’s International Rare Disease Day. 22 News spoke with state lawmakers about their efforts to raise awareness.