Fewer Massachusetts residents have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS in recent years, but thousands of people have the virus and don’t know it.
Gov. Baker proposed cutting about $2 million dollars from homeless services for individuals in fiscal 2016.
More responsible budgeting and closer attention to customer service are among the recommendations in a new report on the MBTA.
State Senate President Stan Rosenberg says he wants to look at what other states have done to change the way drug offenders are sentenced.
The court ruled that McCarthy had no valid claims to a judgeship and his “unilateral act of reciting the oath of office” was an “empty gestu…
The commission’s reports on the health care marketplace would be given greater legal weight that would give the AG’s office a greater abilit…
Some lawmakers want preparation for collecting sales taxes on online purchases in case Congress passes a law that allows states to do so.
Senate President Stanley Rosenberg said he’s worried for state agencies if Gov. Charlie Baker’s early retirement plan passes as is.
Baker has spent the early portion of his tenure of governor working with legislative leaders to address a $1 billion deficit in this year’s …
22News explains why thousands of high school athletes could be at risk of preventable injuries.
Gov. Baker has designated April “Donate Life Month.” 22News discovered Massachusetts still has a need for organ and tissue donors.