The petition (H 3928), which would allow the authorization of up to 12 new charter schools or charter expansions a year, came before the Leg…
The proposed change included in Gov. Charlie Baker’s economic development bill (H 3978) would affect multistate companies doing business in …
The ballot question being pushed by 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East would set a floor and ceiling on negotiated prices between priv…
Four states have legalized recreational marijuana, and Mass. could be next. 22News explains why several state senators have concerns.
Massachusetts is a prime location to shoot feature films because of its generous tax breaks.
Immigrants and asylum seekers pressed lawmakers Tuesday to support a bill that would allow them to obtain licenses regardless of their immig…
Western Mass will receive over $3-million in grant money to support local homeless housing and service programs.
Opponents of Common Core hope to have a question on the ballot that would have the state return to its previous education standards.
Supporters have collected enough signatures to move the proposal to the November ballot if lawmakers opt against voting on it.
Gloucester has seen success in allowing addicts to turn-in unwanted drugs to police, and some other communities want to try this.
MBTA Fiscal and Management Control Board Chairman Joseph Aiello said the compensation rates for management positions are “non-competitive.”
State lawmakers unveiled a bill that would regulate ride-hailing services with a requirement that drivers undergo background checks.
State Auditor Suzanne Bump on Friday released an analysis finding that an updated waitlist could still lack accuracy.
Food containing genetically modified organisms would need to be labeled under legislation that unanimously cleared committee on Thursday.
Some of the state’s most vulnerable residents told state lawmakers that they’re having difficulty living independently.
House Speaker Robert DeLeo wants to re-evaluate state laws concerning contracts with non-compete clauses.
This Sunday on 22News InFocus, we’ll offer analysis of the recent primaries and what we can expect from the Presidential candidates leading …
Would you be willing to pay more in taxes if the money were spent directly in your city or town?
It’s a nationwide movement to end violence against women, and Thursday, state lawmakers and young men pledged to find a solution.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on Wednesday gave general support to the idea of charging riders more for MBTA service.