22News found out some of our rural communities don’t have the same access.
The lawsuit questions how the Gaming Commission awarded Wynn’s gambling license.
A questionnaire on the treasurer’s website is available for members of the industry and the general public to comment.
The annual legislative breakfast gives local fire chiefs the opportunity to address upcoming priorities and concerns within their department…
Ways and Means Chair Brian Dempsey’s comments indicate that House Democrats want to steer clear of income or sales tax increases.
Massachusetts has joined Washington, Hawaii, Oregon and New York in the lawsuit.
Lawmakers from across the state came out for his re-election celebration at the Colony Club in Tower Square in Springfield.
State lawmakers are taking a closer look at Governor Charlie Baker’s $4.5 billion state budget proposal for the fiscal year that begins in J…
Before January, the unemployment rate has been on the decline since February 2013.
Massachusetts adults can grow and use recreational marijuana, but it’s still illegal to sell the drug without a license.
Attorney General Maura Healey said her office will see an added workload and will need more money to keep up.
Governor Charlie Baker’s proposal would impose a $2,000 per employee assessment on companies that don’t meet certain requirements.
Westfield Senator Don Humason is moving up the ranks in the Republican leadership.
The state’s unemployment rate increased .1 percent from December, to 3.2 percent unemployment.
State Sen. Eric Lesser met with Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy, who is encouraging Massachusetts Gov. Baker to invest in the rail link.
Several administration officials are expected to testify along with the state treasurer, attorney general and secretary of state.
Gov. Baker says he has no plans to seek an extension of a law that gave Boston’s transit system more power to privatize certain operations.
22News found out whether the state can afford and handle the responsibility of taking over the federal program to test the state’s water sup…
22News found out what some legislators are doing to get this law passed through the state.
U.S. Rep. Richard Neal knocked the plan as a one that would force “millions to pay more to get less health care.”