Four western Massachusetts schools are receiving state and national recognition for their high academic achievement.
Governor Charlie Baker’s new budget bill includes new funding to help school districts deal with rising costs of health insurance and employ…
The Massachusetts Senate could also give more power to its climate change committee under the new rules.
Clergy members of different faiths outlined their opposition to President Trump’s immigration and refugee executive order.
Maura Healey moved to add Massachusetts to a federal lawsuit seeking to strike down President Trump’s executive order.
In a meeting with pharmaceutical executives in the White House, the president said the federal government would end “foreign freeloading” ac…
Powerful workers coalition laid out their top legislative priorities for the year, including an effort to raise the minimum wage even higher…
Baker vetoed the $18 million pay raise package, calling the proposal “fiscally irresponsible.”
The attorney general will be joined by college presidents and immigration activists for a news conference.
Supporters of Planned Parenthood and other reproductive health care agencies gathered at the State House Tuesday morning.
The Cape Cod Congressman said President Trump’s executive order will feed the threat of homegrown extremists.
The Democrat said in a tweet Monday that Trump’s actions are unconstitutional and harmful to Massachusetts.
After several months of delay, a working group finally met for the first time Monday night about the “Rattlesnake Island” proposal.
Gonzalez, who announced his campaign for governor on Monday, has a similar resume to Baker.
Lawmakers and Baker agreed to a six-month delay, postponing the date by which the first retail licenses may be issued to July 2018.
During the campaign, Baker said repeatedly that Trump does not have the “temperament or the seriousness of purpose” to be president.
Massachusetts residents have already been dialing into elected officials to give feedback about the legislation that would cost $18 million.
Taxpayers would be funding these pay increases that could cost up to $18-million each year.
If approved, the bill would place many criminals between age 18 and 21 in juvenile facilities, rather than adult prisons.
A Mass. sheriff’s controversial offer of inmate labor to help with President Trump’s plan to build a wall has encountered pushback.