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.
Construction crews will start tearing down the toll plazas this weekend. Drivers should be prepared to hit traffic on Interstate 90.
22News explains how the state plans to go about closing a nearly $300-million spending gap.
The suit filed this week in Suffolk Superior Court on behalf of two physicians — one of them diagnosed with terminal prostate cancer — ask…
Baker’s budget chief Kristen Lepore did not rule out budget cuts or layoffs in the future, but informed House and Senate budget leaders on T…
There is a demand for more charters, but at what cost? 22News asked Baker about the impacts Question 2 could have on your school district.
House Speaker Robert DeLeo says that he would like to see more revenue come out of marijuana legalization.
Viewers have contacted 22News about how ballots for early voting are being handled.
House Speaker DeLeo visited a nearly century-old company in western Massachusetts, Wednesday, to link industries at both ends of the state.
Mass. is home to thousands manufacturing companies. Lawmakers are honoring those who make products sold all over the world.
Makers of hard cider in Massachusetts say they are taxed at a much higher rate than their competitors in the craft beer industry.
Maintaining the state’s roadways doesn’t come cheap, but it’s crucial to your safety.
22News was there as state lawmakers and one district attorney voiced their concerns.
Supporters of a charter school expansion ballot question released a new ad announcing a $500,000 effort to mobilize Democratic voters.
Supporters and opponents of Question 4 disagree over whether legalization leads to an increase in impaired driving.
Question 2 would allow for up to 12 additional charter schools per year outside existing statutory caps.