The question would ask voters to rescind the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education’s vote in July 2010 to adopt the Common Core standa…
The Massachusetts unemployment rate held steady at 4.6 percent in October, but preliminary numbers show the state added about 11,000 new job…
The Massachusetts Attorney General announced tough regulations for the fantasy sports industry. 22News explains what could be at stake.
Does Massachusetts need more pipelines in order to ensure the reliability of our energy supply? The state’s attorney general says no.
Great Schools Massachusetts, a coalition of charter advocates backing a ballot question that would authorize up to 12 new public charter sch…
The meeting lasted only 15 minutes, but an aide said talks are still “ongoing.”
The state’s attorney general says that Massachusetts should not have power disruptions if new gas pipelines aren’t built soon.
As MA lawmakers push to eliminate mandatory minimum sentences, District Attorneys believe it’s an effective tool to fight drug trafficking.
The pressure is on for state lawmakers to take action on a transgender anti-discrimination bill.
The bill sets a 10-day limit for compliance with most public records requests and caps fees for producing the records.
The Governor wants to make sure front line social workers are trained to identify signs of abuse and neglect.