Legislation unveiled by the six-member Senate GOP caucus would establish a seven-member MBTA finance control board mostly under the control …
Record snowfall has exposed significant cracks in Boston’s public transportation. 22News was there when Gov. Baker addressed the issue.
A state lawmaker has re-filed a bill that would give terminally-ill patients the option to end their life. 22News explains the bill.
Candidates for statewide office spent $33.1 million, including $20.2 million on the race for governor.
Boston-area voters are divided as to whether taxes should be raised to improve the MBTA, and they can’t agree just who’s to blame.
Partners HealthCare on Tuesday dropped its bid to acquire South Shore Hospital in Weymouth.
Senate President Stanley Rosenberg on Tuesday announced a new effort to reform the state’s welfare and job training programs, and dubbed it …
Though many transportation officials and lawmakers are in agreement that transit system maintenance has been underfunded for decades, the ne…
The Massachusetts Senate wants to help welfare recipients find jobs. 22News explains how the program would work.
Governor Baker says repairs need to be faster than a month, but he doesn’t want any “overpromising”.
It was voted down in 2012, but a state lawmaker says the case of Brittany Maynard has re-started the debate over assisted suicide.