The three Democratic candidates for governor sparred on everything from casinos to health care in a televised debate on Wednesday.
Bailey said patience is one trait that helps her prepare her clients for court, and something she believes will make her a respectful, empat…
Grossman on the radio Wednesday afternoon described the attorney general as a political leader who is too willing to sit on the fence on imp…
The settlement, currently sitting before a judge, seeks to end a long-running anti-trust investigation and allow Partners to proceed with tw…
The unemployment rate here in New England has not budged since June. 22News explains how Massachusetts is doing compared to other states in …
Talks are ongoing to secure federal support for healthcare in Mass. 22News explains how your quality of care could be impacted.
Two new polls are showing that voters are leaning against repealing the state’s casino law, and leaning toward Martha Coakley for governor.
Candidates Melvin Edwards, Carlos Gonzalez, and Ivette Hernandez debated live on 22News
Anti-gambling activists are touting a major boost as their campaign to repeal the state’s casino law heads into the final stretch.
The Center for Health Information and Analysis released a report on health care spending and the numbers may surprise you.
Firefighters at Barnes Air National Guard Base in Westfield may soon see more benefits.
On Tuesday afternoon, 22News hosted a live debate between Democratic candidates Christopher Hopewell and Patrick Leahy.
Warren said Monday she doesn’t expect to support keeping the expanded gambling law under a ballot question in November.
We live in a state that’s known to be a Democratic state but new numbers show that the majority of voters are turning away from the Democrat…
With primary elections on Sept. 9, official numbers show a little more than half of Massachusetts voters are registered as independent.
Five Democratic candidates vying for their party’s nomination in a Springfield-area senate district will debate Monday afternoon on 22News.
For the next two months, many Massachusetts residents who are late on paying their taxes will be able to do so without penalties.