Governor Charlie Baker wants to evaluate the MassHealth program, which provides health care coverage to most vulnerable residents.
Seven school committees have signed a resolution urging the Legislature to boost funding for education.
Massachusetts economists believe the state could be growing at a much faster pace.
The size of the wait list has become a point in the charter school debate, with supporters holding up the figure as evidence of high demand.
A total of 18 indictments were returned by Plymouth, Berkshire, Essex, and Worcester County Grand Juries and are the result of criminal inve…
The “Youth Jobs Coalition” believe the money will create more than 5,000 jobs for young people across the state.
Amtrak early Thursday lost electronic control of signals and switches that allow trains to enter and exit the transit hub.
The company required its French parent company to subsidize its Massachusetts operations.
Two GOP candidates with parents who left Cuba to the U.S. strongly oppose the president’s visit there.
Following a raid by federal law enforcement of Sen. Brian Joyce’s law offices, Republican groups swiftly called for an immediate resignation…
Milton Democrat Brian Joyce has been the subject of several media reports questioning his use of campaign funds and influence.
A Springfield prosecutor may soon make the leap from the bar to the bench.
The report says more superstores should use large rooftop expanses to install solar energy panels.
“I’m really distressed over this possibility that we will cut 6,900 families off from cash assistance,” said Rep. Marjorie Decker, a Cambrid…
Department of Children and Families Commissioner Linda Spears said Gov. Charlie Baker’s budget proposal – which would give the child protect…
Education Secretary James Peyser said charter schools in Massachusetts have a “tremendous impact” on the course of education reform in the s…
Education commissioner will ask the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education to approve the Libertas Academy Charter School in Springfiel…
Senator Richard Moore says that his plan would actually work to encourage recycling.
The states vary widely in their approach and sources of fuel, but the bipartisan groups goal is to cooperate on planning and policies.
As the medical marijuana industry in Mass. continues to grow, the state’s 5th registered dispensary plans to open for sales this week.