Courthouses across Massachusetts are in line to receive funding for major renovations, but one major courthouse didn’t make the list.
About three-quarters of the money comes from outside the state of Massachusetts.
22News explains why local government officials are concerned about the future of federal funding for Massachusetts
The amount of funding for programs serving at-risk youth is expected to decline in the next fiscal year.
Defendants who can’t afford to pay fines or fees would instead be able to perform community service, under Baker’s proposal.
Governor Charlie Baker is once again the “Most Popular Governor in America,” according to a national poll released Tuesday.
22News was at the State House on Monday where lawmakers are crafting next year’s budget.
Transportation issues are seen as especially crucial for adults with developmental disabilities.
Governor Charlie Baker released his spending plan in January, and Monday the House will release their rewrite of the budget.
Lawmakers are facing some key financial decisions as they prepare to roll out the latest version of the state’s more than $40 billion budget…
President Trump signed a new law that rolls back internet privacy rules that were passed under the Obama administration.
Massachusetts lawmakers are weighing legislation aimed at taking guns out of the hands of those deemed at risk of hurting themselves or othe…
Some Massachusetts lawmakers want to make it easier to help you navigate state ballot questions.
Senate President Rosenberg noted that lots of goods are being purchased online and are not subject to the state sales tax.
High schoolers from across Massachusetts gathered at the State House to experience life as a state Senator or Representative.
President Donald Trump ordered the attack after Syrian air strikes released deadly nerve agents on several communities earlier this week.
22News was at the State House on Thursday as environmental advocates demanded Massachusetts to do more to reduce pollution.
The state’s not bringing in enough money, so lawmakers have a plan to make up for it, and it involves you paying for it.
Bringing jobs to your community. 22News explains what the state is doing to support local economies.
“We just seem to end up with a pile of excuses for why it’s not happening for southeastern Massachusetts,” Taunton’s mayor said.