Some voters may be surprised to find they are considered inactive, but there are ways to activate your voter registration status.
After Tuesday, the presidential campaigns will roll out of town on to other states with more voters to woo.
If approved, the bill could shine a light on the lobbying of mayors, selectmen, city councilors, school committee members and department hea…
DeLeo’s office said last week that it hopes the task force can complete its work in 60 days so any recommended changes to the ethics laws co…
Advocates are urging state lawmakers to regulate the use of license plate readers. They told 22News how your personal info could be at risk.
The group Mass Home Care says many elderly people prefer to stay at home instead of living in a long term care facility.
Lawmakers, on Monday, voiced concerns with proposed changes to the way low-income students will be calculated next fiscal year.
Michael Bloomberg of Pittsfield, first cousin once removed of the former New York mayor, wants a seat in the state legislature.
Republicans voting in Tuesday’s Massachusetts presidential primary will also select the 80 members that make up the state committee.
Gov. Charlie Baker is hitting the campaign trail this weekend to support fellow Republicans running in special elections.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump appears to be catching on among Massachusetts primary voters.
22News explains why it’s taking so long for state lawmakers to take action on a drug addiction prevention bill.
Northgate Medical PC owes the state for improperly billing MassHealth. 22News explains why reclaiming that money got a lot more difficult.
Gov. Baker welcomed a business delegation from a Shanghai industrial park that is converting a Marlborough building into a space Chinese com…
The State House is considering a bill to require anyone convicted of drunk driving to have an ignition interlock device on their car.
The Ludlow School Committee opposes Governor Charlie Baker’s push to expand charter schools.
Joyce appeared publicly at the State House on Thursday for the first time since the FBI and IRS raided his private law practice last week.
22News explains why it’s becoming increasingly harder for one Springfield homeless shelter to help those with nowhere to turn.
22News was at the State House when Governor Charlie Baker announced $9-million in grants for vocational technical schools.
Gov. Baker prodded state lawmakers to agree on a final version of a bill designed to address the state’s deadly opioid addiction crisis.