An army of more than 450 volunteers planted 37,000 flags on the Boston Common, each symbolizing a life cut short and dreams left unfulfilled…
The state has a new plan that would cut spending on highways across Mass. 22News explains why and where the money would go.
Governor Baker said changing the sick time policy for state employees is the fiscally responsible thing to do.
The Northampton Police Dept. is the first in the state to sign on to the new program. 22News explains how its all about transparency.
22News discovered how the governor is trying to change the system that allows state employees to get paid years after retirement.
The Winthrop Democrat said he was not “holding out a lot of hope” for movement on charter schools given the likelihood, as he sees it, that …
The tentative agreement comes after closed-door talks between stakeholders and government leaders intensified in recent weeks in an attempt …
The state Senates budget requires UMass to see if it’s possible to install an indoor shooter detection system at all 5 of its campuses.
The ceremony featured different award categories: from the Lifesaving Award and Medal of Merit, to the Medal of Valor.
The Massachusetts Legislature has passed a bill overhauling state public records law. It now moves to the Governor for review.
Veterans who qualify for medical marijuana through the state’s dispensary program would no longer have to pay annual registration fees.
The 22News I-Team reveals which state workers saw the biggest pay raises this year and those who haven’t seen an increase in years.
Gov. Charlie Baker said a different approach to criminal justice might be warranted and he believes police killers should be executed.
Toxic chemicals have been linked to serious illnesses, including cancer, infertility, diabetes and Parkinson’s disease.
Baker and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito won office in 2014 by 40,000 votes out of nearly 2.2 million cast and Baker has since enjoyed status as the …
Before the amendment was rejected on along party lines, Senate Ways and Means Committee Chairwoman Karen Spilka of Ashland said the Ways and…
The son of the longtime state representative, a Springfield City Councilor, and a five-time candidate are among those in the running.
After 22 years in the Legislature, the Springfield Democrat says he will not be running again.
Opponents of the “Bathroom Bill” told lawmakers on Tuesday why they don’t want to expand transgender rights.
It could soon be cheaper and quicker for you to get your hands on public information.