Dental care is currently limited under MassHealth. 22News explains a proposal to expand coverage for oral health services.
Under the plan, utility companies would be required to get at least 80% of their electricity from clean sources by 2050.
The president wants to lift Obama-era restrictions on the sale of surplus military weaponry to local police departments.
The initiative cuts costs by an average of $5,090 for community college students who transfer to UMass or a state university.
Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order undoing an Obama-era directive that restricted police agencies’ access to military equipment.
Powerball jackpot winning ticket totals $758 M, but the winner doesn’t get all the money. 22News explains where the rest of the jackpot goes…
Your odds of winning the Powerball jackpot are one in 292 million. But despite who wins, lottery sales can help local communities.
22News has information on a proposal to increase education options for English language learners.
More than 9,000 families have applied for emergency assistance from the state this year. A state proposal could help them find safe shelter.
22News has an inside look at how state lawmakers commemorated an Army division that served in the first World War.
Two organizations representing police chiefs have come out in favor of Governor Baker’s bill that would allow some cooperation with ICE.
The number of opioid overdose deaths trended downward in the first six months of 2017; the first drop since 2010.
The representative says she feels that not belonging to a political party will help her better reflect the views of her constituents.
Massachusetts minimum wage workers are currently paid $11 an hour, but you could decide if they should get $15 an hour on the 2018 ballot.
Thousands of people traveled to the eastern part of the state this weekend. 22News explains what it takes to set up an event of this kind.
Some lawmakers hope to allow more homeowners to harness the power of the sun.
Lindstrom describes herself as an “independent-minded Republican,” who would help counter the “finger-pointing” in Washington.
You might be tempted to head over the border for Connecticut’s sales tax holiday, but you wouldn’t be saving as much as you might think.
What was originally a rally held by self-proclaimed conservatives and libertarians, developed into escalated tensions between counter protes…
Boston Police stepped up security on the Boston Common to prevent any violent outbursts from occurring during a politically charged rally.