Baker sought the resignations as a prelude to legislation to create a new board to oversee the troubled Boston-area public transit system.
A western Massachusetts legislator has been chosen to lead a group that aims to increase opportunities in manufacturing.
During a week when former Gov. Deval Patrick found a new job doing “social impact investing” at Mitt Romney’s old firm Bain Capital, Baker -…
Starting July 1st, businesses with 11 or more employees will have to provide earned sick time.
The amendment would ban the state from offering ad space controlled by several organizations, including the MBTA and MassDOT.
A group hoping to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Massachusetts has submitted an initial draft of a proposed ballot question.
The United Independent Party wants a binding state wide vote to prevent taxpayer money from funding the Olympic Games in Massachusetts
A push to exempt the MBTA from the state’s anti-privatization law is meeting with skepticism from top Senate lawmakers.
While much of his first 100 days in office were dominated by extreme winter weather, Governor Baker is now more settled-in.
State transportation officials are paring back late-night MBTA service, saying the current pilot program is unsustainable.
Hundreds of immigrants went to the State House to fight for equal rights. 22News talked to people on both sides of the issue.