Thursday marks a return to bipartisan government in Massachusets, as Republican Governor Charlie Baker took the oath of office.
It’s been six years since state lawmakers received a raise. 22News discovered why their pay will remain frozen for the next two years.
One of the major aspects of inauguration day is the governor’s inaugural speech. 22News explains what Baker’s top priorities could be in off…
Gov. Baker inherited a whole lot more than the pewter key. 22News looked at some of the pressing state issues that need attention.
Administration and Finance Secretary Kristen Lepore says the issues needs to be addressed immediately.
Gov. Charlie Baker’s first action as governor fulfills a campaign promise to send out more funding for local road repair projects.
Photos as Governor Charlie Baker was inaugurated as the 72nd Governor of Massachusetts.
The base pay for state lawmakers will not increase for the next two years, under a decision by outgoing Gov. Deval Patrick.
Lawmakers will not receive a biennial pay adjustment this year freezing their base pay at $60,032 per year.
Boston native Allison Dale Burroughs was sworn in as a U.S. District Court judge and will sit in Boston, court officials said. She was nomin…
He officially leaves office on Thursday, but Gov. Deval Patrick makes his ceremonial exit from the State House on Wednesday.