22News explains whether the state plans to step in to help the towns affected by the tornado.
Resort casinos under construction will face new competition if the state legalizes casino-style gambling online.
With relatively low wages, private agencies have trouble holding onto their workers, who look for more lucrative state employment.
Warren and Markey argue it’s unconstitutional to use the threat of cutting off significant, pre-existing funding to coerce a state into adop…
The state education board approved three new charter schools, two of which will be here in western Massachusetts.
Senator Elizabeth Warren says her guest to Tuesday’s speech a refugee that became an American citizen last year.
The early voting schedule allowed voters to begin casting ballots on Oct. 24, two weeks ahead of Election Day.
Emotions ran high at the State House, as families told stories about sleeping in cars, bus stations and hospitals before they could qualify …
Lt. Governor Polito joined the Director of the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency to inspect tornado damage and recovery efforts in C…
The Trump administration is gearing up to dismantle ObamaCare and Massachusetts seniors are fighting the move.
The Trump Administration believes that this new technology has the potential to save lives, though it could come at the expense of jobs.
Topics on the agenda include a discussion of state graduation and dropout rates for the 2015-16 academic year and the next-generation MCAS e…
Attorney General Maura Healey says her office will award two-year grants to fund legal help for veterans seeking services such as health ben…
Advocates are also pushing for increased funding for the Residential Assistance for Families in Transition program.
The CPAC wrapped up today just outside Washington, but there was also a Republican gathering here in western Massachusetts.
Some lawmakers want to wait to see whether the state can afford that two-day break from the state sales tax this year.
Governor Charlie Baker will spend this weekend alongside governors from across the country.
Massachusetts’ attorney general says that a recent policy switch from the Trump Administration is an attack on a vulnerable population.
Regardless of where the money is taken out, we don’t know how that money was spent, and neither does the state.
Potential 2018 candidates Setti Warren, Dan Wolf, and Bob Massie addressed Democrats during a form in Cambridge Thursday.