Governor Charlie Baker filed legislation in October that proposed to allow doctors to hold patients with substance abuse issues involuntaril…
The Mass. Democrat acknowledged in a fundraising email to supporters Monday that 2015 has been a tough year for Senate Democrats.
House Speaker DeLeo told 22News he expects to have a drug addiction bill on the floor for a debate and vote within the next few weeks.
The foreclosed properties law, signed by Gov. Charlie Baker on Nov. 25, is set to go into effect on Thursday.
“We’ve done a ton of work to prepare for the winter and I anticipate that that work will be put to good use starting tonight,” Baker said.
22News explains why drug addiction continues to be a top issue for Massachusetts lawmakers.
The governor says the RMV website has become more user-friendly, and they are focusing more on customer service at branch offices.
The legislation was recommended by the Massachusetts Teachers’ Retirement Board.
“Sparkling Crowns Pageant” is dedicated to making sure young women are involved in the community.
Legislators are working to prevent hundreds of thousands from losing auto and homeowners insurance discounts in the new year.
Babies are diagnosed with neonatal abstinence syndrome if they’ve been exposed to addictive substances while in the womb.
U.S. senators are urging federal regulators to make it clear that partially filling prescriptions for opioid drugs is permitted under federa…
Sabbs runs the Western Massachusetts Regional Office of the attorney general’s office.
Rates of neonatal abstinence syndrome have been rising rapidly nationwide and in Massachusetts.
U.S. Sen. Edward Markey is asking the FTC to investigate what he called the unfair or deceptive acts of some liquid-nicotine retailers.
Fifty-four percent of Massachusetts residents now live in one of 155 Green Communities.
The MBTA’s Fiscal and Management Control Board approved its annual report Monday without any discussion
MBTA Chief Administrator Brian Shortsleeve said the T should move toward an “open payment system” where riders could use phones or debit car…
The Office of Campaign and Political Finance announced Monday that Braintree-based Daniel J. Quirk Inc. and Quincy Auto Auction paid $60,000…
The Massachusetts Nurses Association has formally opposed the construction of a proposed natural gas pipeline and compressor station.