The final report by the Health Policy Commission puts Partners’ acquisition of South Shore Hospital and Harbor Medical Associates into a 30-day holding period
Massachusetts is approaching its borrowing cap as the state is also nearing an $18 billion debt limit.
Tens of millions of dollars in bonds have been approved for the City of Westfield. 22News explains how the money will be spent.
Wilbraham Selectman Bob Russell announced Wednesday he’s running to become the next representative from the 12th Hampden District.
After a career as a public defender, attorney Thomas Estes said he now wants to become a judge for many of the same reasons he chose criminal defense work.
Passed with fanfare, the veterans and pharmacy bills have been idling before conference committees for 104 days.
Rep. Alice Peisch, a Wellesley Democrat and the House chair of the Education Committee, told the News Service that no decisions have been made on what to include in the bill, but stressed that she was not looking to produce “Education Reform 3” this session.
More than twenty years ago, a box was accidentally checked off that Palmer officials say gave the appearance that the town was spending less than the state’s minimum school spending requirement.
In a case dealing with how the state sets aside land to protect species of animals, the state’s highest court has ruled against WWLP-22News General Manager Bill Pepin in a lawsuit he brought against the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife.
There is an effort on Beacon Hill to keep nonviolent drug offenders out of jail. 22News explains how this proposal hopes to help, rather than punish.