The bill intends to increase affordable housing in the state by allowing overrides of zoning laws in order to build multi-unit properties.
The House Speaker suggested a new approach state officials could take in regulating the new legal marijuana industry in Massachusetts.
The “unorthodox” idea of providing a sanctioned space for illegal intravenous drug use deserves further study, the Governor told reporters.
Thousands rallied in Massachusetts, and across the country, on Monday for International Workers Day.
22News explains how one proposed tax break could help small businesses save money in Massachusetts.
The Longmeadow Democratic Committee held its annual Democrats of the Year award brunch.
The Massachusetts Pirate Party is one of 26 minor parties listed by the secretary of state’s office that does not have ballot access.
Workers and their family members are calling on the state to hold companies accountable that put workers in dangerous situations.
The State Senate is updating their public notification system and going “paperless”.
Last year, $518-Million of our state taxes was spent on public assistance programs.
A Massachusetts tax partner speaks about who stands to gain under the president’s plan, and how it affects the state.
Putting a price carbon emissions could save lives and improve health, according to a new report released Thursday.
The House this week wrapped up their debate on next year’s budget, reviewing more than one thousand amendments.
The bill would require districts where most students receive free or reduced-price meals to serve breakfast after the opening bell.
A new public awareness campaign launched Wednesday seeks to spread the word that age doesn’t matter in organ donations.
Western Massachusetts business leaders met with lawmakers on Wednesday, and some expressed concerns over the health care proposal.
Western Massachusetts business leaders gathered at the state House in Boston, Wednesday, for their annual Beacon Hill Summit.
Business leaders in western Massachusetts boarded a bus, Wednesday morning, and headed to Boston for the annual Beacon Hill Summit.
The House passed its fiscal 2018 budget Tuesday night, green-lighting the more than $40 billion spending plan after just 2 days of debate.
The House took a step toward barring welfare recipients from using their cash benefits to purchase recreational marijuana.