22News was at the State House on Thursday as environmental advocates demanded Massachusetts to do more to reduce pollution.
The state’s not bringing in enough money, so lawmakers have a plan to make up for it, and it involves you paying for it.
Bringing jobs to your community. 22News explains what the state is doing to support local economies.
“We just seem to end up with a pile of excuses for why it’s not happening for southeastern Massachusetts,” Taunton’s mayor said.
Governor Charlie Baker filed a bill to make it a felony to cause severe bodily harm to a police officer.
Rep. William “Smitty” Pignatelli said that a delay of even two or three weeks could jeopardize road projects in towns hoping to take advanta…
In addition to $400M for municipal road repairs, the bill also authorizes $30 million in bonds to invest in regional transit authorities.
The Republican plans to announce Wednesday that he’s opening an exploratory committee.
People marched in Boston to call for less racism and a higher minimum wage on the anniversary of Martin Luther King. Jr.’s assassination.
The orders are designed to focus on individuals exhibiting dangerous behavior who may harm themselves or others.
Baker has cracked the $5 million fundraising mark for the first time as he gears up for a potential re-election campaign.
The legislation would guarantee workplace accommodations, including access to seating, bathroom breaks, and lighter duties.
Money for behavioral health services was paid directly to doctors, rather than through a program that is supposed to coordinate care.
University officials announced Monday that Senator Warren will deliver the address at a May 12 graduation ceremony.
Keeping you safe as a passenger: 22News explains why ride hailing companies must now take extra precautions.
Donnelly represented the 4th Middlesex District, including Arlington, Burlington, Billerica, Woburn, and Lexington.
A Massachusetts city has filed a policy order that would ultimately lead to an investigation into President Trump’s business operations.
Sanders and Warren have appealed to their supporters at a rally as liberals continue to mobilize against the agenda of President Trump.
22News explains why low-income families in Massachusetts are asking for state support for their children.
The state awarded downtown improvement grants to cities and towns across Massachusetts.