The Senate elected Majority Leader Harriette Chandler to serve as acting Massachusetts Senate President.
Warren says she hopes the Department of Justice Antitrust Division gives the proposal careful scrutiny.
Republican Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday signed a bill that appropriates $2.7 million for the Cannabis Control Commission.
22News has reactions from western Massachusetts lawmakers regarding this new development.
Senators are calling for an investigation into allegations that his husband harassed and groped men with ties to the State House.
Both Democrats, are asking anyone with information about the allegations to contact either of their offices.
Under the bill, school districts can maintain current the immersion programming or choose an alternative that meets federal and state standa…
An acting president will be appointed in Rosenberg’s absence as the investigation into his husband’s alleged sexual misconduct unfolds.
Warren’s town meeting attracted a large crowd, including professionals at the Rebecca Johnson School in Springfield.
The Massachusetts Medical Society is no longer opposed to medical aid in dying as an end-of-life option for the terminally ill.
Environmental advocates believe the public has a right to know when waterways in their community are being contaminated.
Police Superintendent Kerry Gilpin said Friday that former Essex County District Attorney Kevin Burke will lead the probe.
A western Massachusetts lawmaker’s husband has been accused of sexual misconduct and 22News spoke with the lawmaker.
On 22News InFocus we’ll discuss issues being debated in Congress and the State House that could impact your life.
Multiple men have accused the Amherst Democrat’s husband of sexual misconduct.
Three of the men told the Globe that Hefner grabbed their genitals and one says Hefner kissed him against his will.
Four men are alleging they were groped and harassed by the spouse of a western Massachusetts lawmaker.
22News examines why marijuana reform activists insist additional funding is necessary.
Rosenberg, an Amherst Democrat, issued a statement Thursday afternoon.
The state currently offers a $300,000 dollar death benefit to families of first responders. Workers advocates want that benefit extended to …