Revenue collections last month eclipsed the state’s newly revised estimates by $79 million.
Goldberg filed a bill that would direct UMass to work with the Dept. of Higher Education to develop the pilot on one of its campuses.
At least 16 cities and towns in western Massachusetts will end early voting on Thursday at 4 p.m.
22News explains how charter schools are performing in the urban communities of Massachusetts.
Springfield. Holyoke, Pittsfield, South Hadley, and Palmer will all consider whether to adopt the Community Preservation Act (CPA).
Police escorted protesters in wheelchairs out of the building after a group advocating for disability rights blocked its main entrance.
House Majority Leader Ronald Mariano, a Quincy Democrat who serves on the commission as an appointee of Speaker Robert DeLeo, said some of t…
The Republican has been attending events for his party’s legislative candidates, and showing his support for Ballot Question 2.
22News explains why one state lawmaker is warning people about the safety issues with drowsy driving.
So far, it’s been a pretty smooth transition. Crews are working 24/7 to tear down each of the 23 toll plazas along the Mass Pike.
About 83% of those who have driven on the Pike in the last few days already have an E-ZPass transponder.
Boston’s Mayor and several US Senate candidates said would return more than $200,000 in campaign contributions linked to Thornton Law Firm.
Former Massachusetts House Speaker should be released early from prison because he can’t eat or drink without a risk of choking.
Governor Charlie Baker’s energy team has been putting together a new solar incentive proposal over the last six months.
Electronic tolling gantries had successfully processed nearly 3,000,000 transactions by 8:00 Monday morning.
A special State House commission met for the first time on Monday to explore how the state can oversee the online gaming industry.
Three western Massachusetts towns will split about $3-million for road improvements and the benefits stretch far beyond just public safety.
Three western Massachusetts communities received awards.
Governor Charlie Baker came to Springfield to campaign for Republican state senate candidate James “Chip” Harrington.
Baker has appeared in a television ad urging voters to support a ballot question to expand the number of charter schools.