It could soon be cheaper and quicker for you to get your hands on public information.
The amendment, which would have designated farmers’ markets as a public purpose, was rejected 10-28.
After suspending work in April, Kinder Morgan on Monday fully pulled the plug on its controversial Northeast Energy Direct pipeline plan.
A unanimous Supreme Judicial Court ruling handed down last Tuesday affirms the state’s obligations under a 2008 global warming law and order…
Massachusetts moved a step closer toward the first major overhaul of its public records law in over 40 years when the six-member conference …
The cost of health care is on the rise in Massachusetts. 22News explains the unique way lawmakers hope to promote healthy eating.
22News spoke to Gov. Baker about his choice for the superintendent of the Holyoke Soldiers Home, retired Marine Lt Colonel Bennett Walsh.
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker on Saturday delivered the Westfield State University commencement Address despite having just heard tha…
Westfield State Rep. John Velis sent a letter to the Mass. District Attorneys Association about the transgender issue.
The financial situation renews questions about statehood or independence.
22News explains why Regional Tourism Councils are having a tough time attracting visitors to the Pioneer Valley.
Motorcycle riders spent the day meeting with state lawmakers, trying to convince them that adults should have the option to ride helmet-free…
A proposed constitutional amendment calling for what’s been dubbed the “millionaire tax” has cleared a key legislative hurdle.
State lawmakers are considering a bill to ban the use of marijuana while driving. Supporters told 22News it’s a public safety issue.
22News explains why many bystanders are scared to pick up the phone, and dial 9-1-1 when they see a drug overdose.
After a hearing last week in Athol, members of a legislative committee believe there are better places to breed the snakes than the Quabbin.
Baker administration officials tangled with legislative Democrats at a hearing on Tuesday.
Governor Charlie Baker is cutting back on spending after a disappointing tax collection season.
The Athletic Trainers of Massachusetts gathered at the State House to promote their profession Monday.
Legislation that would restrict the use of non-compete agreements in Massachusetts began moving closer to a vote in the House on Monday.