The state is pledging $2M to keep drinking water safe in Mass. schools. 22News explains how that money would protect your children.
Senate President Rosenberg has yet to take a stand on “Rattlesnake Island,” but told 22News he understands why residents are frustrated.
State House leaders have the benefit of updated tax collection data, and the latest numbers are not promising.
The award is based on several criteria, including the audit’s impact on state government and resulting actions from the findings.
Rattlesnake experts and state officials testified Tuesday during a public hearing in Athol on the proposal to breed snakes at the Quabbin.
22News explains why the issue is sparking a national debate.
The state honored dozens of college graduates in a State House ceremony Monday.
Governor Charlie Baker says keeping data secure from hackers has become one of the biggest challenges facing governments at all levels.
The bill would ban discrimination against in restaurants, malls and other public accommodations, including restrooms.
The debate is focused on whether it is realistic to rely more on renewable energy, like solar and hydro power, rather than natural gas.
Beacon Hill lawmakers are exploring ways to invest more state funding to improve public schools for your children.